Colin Coplin

(Australia)

Santa Knows My Name


Santa knows my name, but I've changed my address
I sure do hope he tracks me down, and rewards me with a gift

Santa please stop here, I've been good all year
Something small beneath the tree, to round off a great year

Set my standards high, and worked very hard
Shared a little with my neighbor, kept faith with all I love
Shared some good ideas, met my KPI's
Spent some time giving back, help make for a better life

Santa knows my name, but I've changed my address
I sure do hope he tracks me down, and rewards me with a gift

Santa please stop here, I've been good all year
Something small beneath the tree, to round off a great year

Hung new lights, help guide his way, sent letters in the mail
Even sang this song for him, in case all else should fail

Santa please stop here, I've been good all year
Something small beneath the tree, to round off a great year

Santa knows my name, but I've changed address
Santa knows my name, but I've changed address
Santa knows my name but I've changed address
Santa knows my name but I've changed address
Santa knows my name but I've changed address


Copyright Colin Coplin 2012

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012
Edited: Sunday, December 23, 2012

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  • Unwritten Soul (9/9/2012 12:19:00 AM)

    Dont worry i will email Santa your new address...He replied and asked me to return you an advice As long as you be a good boy, you will be in the list and the address elves will help to sort it out hahahaa_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

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