Ebenezer Scrooge - Poem by Randy Johnson
It's Christmas and my name Ebenezer Scrooge.
I've been through a transformation that was huge.
When it came to people, I was selfish and mean.
I was so selfish that I lost the girl of my dreams.
People always said Merry Christmas but I refused to hear it.
Last night I was visited by Jacob Marley and three spirits.
They showed me my past, present and future too.
Now I'm a happy man who has been born anew.
The spirits showed me the error of my ways.
Now I'll be a better man for all of my days.
I know a sick little boy and his situation is very grim.
But I will use my money and love to cure Tiny Tim.
I once said that the poor should die and decrease the surplus population.
Now I'm jolly and when I think about Christmas, I have much appreciation.
I have something to say to every man, woman, boy and girl.
I want everybody to have a Merry Christmas all over the world.
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