Treasure Island

opium lestre


Old fashioned christmas carol


We are the carol kings
And we like to say hello
We're here to sing you every
Little christmas songs we know

So get ready close or open your windows
Take out or hide your money
Honey we don't care
We're here to sing the staples
Old fashioned christmas carols
Oh, here we go again

Merry christmas everybody
Happy new year too

We'll sing of chestnuts frostin
On a turtle doves comin to town
We'll sing of building snowman
And pretending he's jackson browne

Silverbells, silverbells
Silver all the way
What fun it is to give love
On a one horse christmas day
It doesn't really matter
The former or the latter
Coz all we really wanna say is

Merry christmas everybody
Happy new year too

Come they told me the lord has come
Let earth in heavenly peace
Whispering hope never smoke dope
We'll go down in history
History...

We are the carol kings
And we like to thank you all
You've been so very kind
We hope that you'll have a christmas ball

We really have to go
Coz there's a dozen houses mo'
But next year we'll be knockin on your door again
And soon we'll all be singin'
The same song that you're hearin'
Now people let me hear you sing

Submitted: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013
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