Peter S. Quinn


My Scandinavian Jul - A Song (made around the Christmas tree, this Jul)


Let new day be born bright
With every hope from night
Each dream be like a glow
In morning untouched snow
I have a song to sing out
All there's here and about
Something of love beautiful
In with my Scandinavian Jul

Priceless moments these are
With good wishes near and far
Hours of our smiles to give
Instances like these to live
Dancing around Christmas trees
Goodwill of spirits to please
Wonderments full of lights
Emotions of love in its flights

Let there be well being for all
Inside each home and wall
These are moments of gladness
With every feeling and caress
I have a song to sing out
All there's here and about
Something of love beautiful
In with my Scandinavian Jul

Refrain
Let new day be born bright
With every hope from night
Each dream be like a glow
In morning untouched snow
I have a song to sing out
All there's here and about
Something of love beautiful
In with my Scandinavian Jul

Submitted: Thursday, December 27, 2007
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