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The Doctor The Christmas Tree words wanted (16) RE: The Christmas Tree words wanted 22 Dec 10


From 'The Joy of Christmas', Worrall Male Voice Choir.

Who comes this way, so blithe and gay,
Upon this Merry Christmas Day,
So merrily, so cheerily,
With his peak'd hat, and reindeer sleigh
With pretty toys for girls and boys
As pretty as you e'er did see,
Oh this is Santa Claus's man,
Kriss Kringle with his Christmas tree.

Ch: Oh! Ho! Oh! Ho! ho; ho; ho; ho; ho; ho; ho;
    Then jingle, jingle, jing, jing, jing
    Right merry we shall be,
    Yes, jingle, jingle, Come Kriss Kringle,
    Come with your Christmas tree,
    And welcome, welcome, welcome Kriss
    Right welcome shall you be.
    Oh! there he is, yes, yes, 'tis Kriss
    'Tis Kriss with the Christmas tree,
    The Christmas tree, the Christmas tree,
    The Christmas tree.

His sleigh bells ring, with a merry ching,
As off its reefs the reindeer spring,
Gee up, gee ho, how swift they go,
Away o'er ice, and drifts of snow.
For he must call, one and all,
His master's pretty pets, you see,
For he is Santa Claus's man,
Kriss Kringle, with his Christmas tree.

With cakes and plums, trumpets and drums,
And lots of pretty things he comes.
So now be quick, your places take,
And all a merry circle make.
For now he's near, he'll soon appear,
And we his jolly face shall see.
Oh! welcome Santa Claus's man,
Kriss Kringle with his Christmas tree.

The composer is given as 'not known'.


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