"Carolina Christmas" as written by Thomas Maxwell and Kenneth Edward Mosher....
What's that up on the roof?
The snow is falling down
Up in some northern town
But a Carolina Christmas

Is still the best around
Wrap up your teddy bear
Hang your stockings up with care
It's a Carolina Christmas

We're chillin' in our underwear
Well Old St. Nick's got a bag of tricks
And he's comin' 'round after 'while
This must be his favorite haunt

'Cause we always do it up in style
Grandma's got the fiddle
And Grandpa's got the bass
When it's Christmas in Carolina

It's Christmas all over the place
Grandma's got the fiddle
And Grandpa's got the bass
When it's Christmas in Carolina

It's Christmas all over the place
Yes boy, get that stocking out of yer mouth


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"Carolina Christmas" as written by Thomas Maxwell Kenneth Edward Mosher

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