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Santa(1) Santa Claus Takes great delight In urging kiddies Not to fight.

Santa(2) Up on the housetop The sled won't fit. It's okay on the lawn, Dad says, for a bit. Santa(3) Santa said to Rudolph They had to work more nights. Rudolph eagerly said, "That's fine.• (Santa respected reindeer rights. ) Santa(4) Santa told his wife He'd return, not to fear. "I trust you,• said the white-haired spouse, "Since you say it every year.• Santa(5) It wasn't yet December So Santa sipped his wine. When the hectic month arrived, A famous nose would shine. Santa(6) Santa never tells lies And tries to do his best But sometimes things get Complicated Then Santa has to rest.

Father Christmas(1) Father Christmas Lean close to listen My question is Do reindeer glisten? Father Christmas(2) Father Christmas Please be so kind Bring me a toy One doesn't wind. Father Christmas(2) Father Christmas Mind your beard Do not dip it In something weird! All Christmas Mornings All Christmas mornings Pass by so fast With such great activity How can they last? Teddy Teddy sat In the room and listened The Christmas ornaments Round him glistened. ..

Glistening Bells Glistening bells ring Throughout this season The cold winds blow We scurry for good reason. ho. ho. Hie. Tiny Town The town was tiny As was the inn But the event so great We still celebrate. Hear his bells. or I'll tell. Bring Clothes! Hie. bring clothes To swaddle Him And fetch us a wee one's bib 'Tis Love what's born Our starry night See here. ho. Hear his bells added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Are You Sleeping?" Are you sleeping? No more peeking. Santa Claus added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Are You Sleeping?" Santa Claus. ho. in this very crib. Or I'll tell. Ho. Santa Claus is cowing. Do you know? . Ho. Santa Claus. Santa Claus is coming. Where is Santa? Where is Santa? I don't know. Hear his bells.

Ding Ding. It is Christmas eve. merry Christmas Ho Ho Ho! Ho Ho Ho! Where is Santa? Where is Santa? Here I am. HO HO HO Where is Rudolph? Where is Frosty? Where is Mrs. Sleigh bells ring. ding dong bells. Here I am Merry Merry Christmas Merry Merry Christmas HO HO HO. Dong. It is Christmas eve.Santa’s Coming added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Frere Jacques" Santa’s Coming. Ding. Where Is Santa added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Where is Thumbkin" Where is Santa? Where is Santa? Here I am! Here I am! Merry. Ding. Merry Christmas Hear the bells hear the bells Ringing in the season Ringing in the season Ding dong bells. Claus? Where is Little Elf? Happy Christmas Day added 10-22-06 Original Author Unknown Sung To: "Jingle Bells" Ring the bell ring the bell Christmas time is here Ring the bell ring the bell Give a great beg cheer! Light the lights. Dong. merry Christmas Merry. Sleigh bells ring. Hear The Bells added 10-22-06 Original Author Unknown Sung To: "Frere Jacques" Merry Christmas. light the lights Shout a big Hurray! . Santa’s Coming.

" The sixth one said. Ten Christmas bells to ring. "Ring me with a song. "I'm a chime. "Ring me slow." The eighth one said." The fourth one said." The second one said. two bells. "Ring me for the mothers. "Ring me at Christmas time. The first one said. eight bells. three Christmas bells." The ninth one said. five bells. "Ring me last. Five Little Bells added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Five little bells hanging in a row." ." The seventh one said.S-A-N-T-A added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "BINGO" I know a man with a long white bears And Santa is his name-o S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A And Santa is his name-o He slides down the chimney with a pack on his back And Santa is his name-o S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A And Santa is his name-o Eight little reindeer pull his sleigh And Santa is his name-o S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A S-A-N-T-A And Santa is his name-o Ten Bells added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Ten Little Indians" One bell." The fifth one said. "Ring me fast. "Ring me with the others. Seven bells. Four bells. six Christmas bells. nine Christmas bells." The third one said. "Ring me all day long.

ho. Let's All added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" Let's all do a little clapping. ho. ho. 2. Hear the ho. Twinkle Twinkle Christmas Star. Merry Christmas everyone. It’s time to hang the stocking. ho.Bending Ask the kids for other ideas. ho. . Christmas time is near. Jolly Santa Claus Hear the ho. ho. Let's all do a little clapping. All around. It’s time to trim the tree. You can change the clapping to other activities. Jolly Santa Claus. See him walking all around. Let's all do a little clapping. It’s time to trim the tree. ho. Merry Christmas everyone.Twinkle Christmas Star added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" Twinkle Twinkle Christmas Star How I wonder what you are. Shining high up in the sky Show the Shepherds where Christ lies. Christmas time is near. & spread Christmas cheer.Stretching 5. It’s time to wrap the gifts. It’s time to hang the stocking. Ho. ho. How I wonder what you are. ho. ho. Merry Christmas Everyone. It’s time to wrap the gifts. all around. Christmas time is here added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Farmer in the Dell" Christmas time is near. ho. ho. ho. It’s time to trim the tree. Santa Claus added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "London Bridge" See him walking all around. It’s time to wrap the gifts.Jumping 3.Twirling 4.

Green is the color of Christmas trees. Frost is in the air. Christmas colors." . merry Christmas! Is it really come again? With its memories and greetings. Santa will soon be here. Ring them loud and clear To say to people everywhere That Christmas time is here. green. green. Sing a song of winter. Sing a Song of Christmas added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Sing a Song of Sixpence" Sing a song of winter. With its joys and with its pain There's a minor in the carol. row your boat" Ring. green. Red. Merry Christmas everyone. As we listen in the starlight To the "bells across the snow. Christmas colors. row. light and low. ring. Christmas Colors added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Three Blind Mice" Red. Red is the color on holly wreaths. white. Hear the sleigh bells chime. As nice as Christmas time? First pupil: Christmas. ring the bells. Sing a song of winter.Merry Christmas everyone. And the hush is never broken By laughter. red. White is the color from stars so bright. Snowflakes everywhere. red. white. And a shadow in the light. Santa will soon be here. And a spray of cypress twining With the holly wreath tonight. Can you think of anything. white. Ring the Bells added 11-30-98 Original Author Unknown Sung to: "Row. It’s time to hang the stocking. green. Santa will soon be here. white.

All he answered was. merry Christmas! This never more can be. And patient love may glow. No hidden tear to flow." Third pupil: O Christmas. Sweet herald of good will. Brings holy gladness still." My Christmas Secrets Hurry Christmas! How you creep. But Christmas. And she'd wear it every night. As we listen in the starlight To the "bells across the snow. There would be no sigh to smother. If we could but see the radiance Of the crown on each dear brow. We cannot bring again the days Of our unshadowed glee. Just this morning I forgot. With holy songs of glory. And told baby what I'd bought. I told mamma hers was white. . For peace and hope may brighten. merry Christmas! 'Tis not so very long Since other voices blended With the carol and the song! If we could but hear them singing As they are singing now. I've some presents I can't keep. As we listen in the starlight To the "bells across the snow.Second pupil: Christmas. happy Christmas. "Goo goo!" So I don't think that he knew.

his name she can spell. let love increase Next year this child so wants to be Back out to watch. A stands for at last old Santa is nigh. each secret part A ray with God. L for the little girl.That she'd need it getting tea. this growing tree What of our wants as time goes by Will hope and peace and love climb high S stands for stockings we hang up so high. it’s nearly night Excitement grows within each eye A splendid match. A stands for apples so rosy and red. T is for to-morrow. unselfish child Not to be wrapped. branded or styled A world of hope. N is for nobody he will pass by. "Isn't May Letting secrets fly away?" Oh Little Child Oh Little child so near the tree The precious view you clearly see Adorned in white. so fills your heart Your wants are small. A is for all we get if we don't cry. C for the children who love him so well. Then my mamma smiled at me. so bright yet shy You make each wish. . And she whispered. the day we eat pie. a glistened sight A chilling warmth. filled full of peace A caring call.

If we never peep. And are sound asleep. tinkle! Happy winter-time! Baby's eyes a-twinkle. tinkle. Pretty nimbly Somebody comes on Christmas eve! If we are real nice And as still as mice. Up and downward tossed. Down through the chimney. S stands for Santa Claus.U is for us as we wait for his sled. . I do believe! And when we arise Next day our eyes Will grow big to see How perfectly He knew what we all wished to receive! Sleigh Bells Tinkle. Hear the sleigh-bells chime! Each one rings a merry Ting-a-ling-a-ling! For a sleigh-bell fairy Hides inside to sing. See them quake and quiver. He'll fill our stockings. who comes in the night when we are tucked up in bed with our eyes closed so tight Santa Claus's Visit With a click and a clack And a great big pack.

Jolly little elves! Till we laugh thereafter. Merry as themselves! .Seems as if they shiver In the nipping frost! Shiver into laughter.