Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Dressed in a snow-white gown
Tap, tap, tappin' at your windowpane
To tell you she's in town

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Soon you will hear her say
Come out ev'ryone and play with me
I haven't long to stay

If you want to make a snowman
I'll help you make one, one, two, three
If you want to take a sleigh ride
Whee! The ride's on me

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Look at her tumblin' down
Bringing joy to ev'ry girl and boy
Suzy's come to town

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Dressed in a snow-white gown
Tap, tap, tappin' at your windowpane
To tell you she's in town

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Soon you will hear her say
Come out ev'ryone and play with me
I haven't long to stay

If you want to make a snowman
I'll help you make one, one, two, three
If you want to take a sleigh ride
Whee! The ride's on me

Here comes Suzy Snowflake
Look at her tumblin' down
Bringing joy to ev'ry girl and boy
Suzy's come to town


Lyrics submitted by sillybunny

Suzy Snowflake Lyrics as written by Roy C. Bennett, Sid Tepper

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Capitol CMG Publishing, Songtrust Ave, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy Bennett. Soul Coughing does a rendition of this. Very cool.

    sillybunnyon September 20, 2006   Link

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