"Christmas Children" as written by and Leslie Bricusse....
Sing a Christmas Carol
(Christmas children live in a Christmas daydream)
Sing a Christmas Carol
(Christmas children hunger for Christmas morning)
Sing a Christmas Carol

Christmas children peep into Christmas windows
See a world as pretty as a dream
Christmas trees and toys, Christmas hopes and joys
Christmas puddings rich with Christmas cream

Christmas presents shine in the Christmas windows
Christmas presents tied with pretty bows
Wonderin' what's inside, what delights may hide?
But till' Christmas morning no one knows
Won't it be exciting if it snows?

I suppose that children everywhere
(I suppose, everywhere)
Will say a Christmas prayer
Till Santa brings their Christmas things

Christmas children live in a Christmas daydream
Waiting for the magic to unfold
Wondrous things to eat, every Christmas treat
Which are not the Christmas pot of gold
Hypnotizes children young and old

I suppose that children everywhere
(I suppose, everywhere)
Will say a Christmas prayer
Till Santa brings their Christmas things

Christmas children hunger for Christmas morning
Christmas days are wonders to behold
Young ones dreams come true, not so young ones too
We believe that story we've been told
Christmas is for children young and old

Christmas Children, sing a Christmas Carol
(Christmas children live in a Christmas daydream)
Sing a Christmas Carol
(Christmas children live in a Christmas daydream)
Sing a Christmas Carol
(Christmas children live in a Christmas daydream)
Sing a Christmas Carol



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"Christmas Children" as written by Leslie Bricusse

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