Christmas trees are eating the pavement
The pavement is eating old ladies
The trees are á hauteur des genoux
I fall in love
With three four ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles

Christmas trees are eating the pavement
The pavement is eating old ladies
The trees are á hauteur des genoux
I fall in love
With three four ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles

Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement

Christmas trees are eating the pavement
The pavement is eating old ladies
The trees are á hauteur des genoux
I fall in love
With three four ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles

Christmas trees are eating the pavement
The pavement is eating old ladies
The trees are á hauteur des genoux
I fall in love
With three four ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles
I love the ankles

Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement
Christmas trees are eating the pavement


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Nicholsong Lyrics as written by Eric Serra-tosio Elisabeth Ferrer

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