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3lw – Santa's Coming lyrics

[Verse 1:]
Christmas time is when night comes and snow falls
The season's filled with cheer
Are the children home rushing off to bed?
Cause Santa will be here
You better be ready when Santa comes
So spread the love and joy
I hope you're ready when Santa comes
Christmas time is here

He's coming tonight tonight
Santa's on his way
Rollin through your roof with goodies on his sleigh
He's comin tonight tonight
I hope you all been good
Santa's on his way
Rollin through the neighborhood

[Verse 2:]
I can't wait till Santa's here
I can't wait
I got my stocking hung by the fireplace
I was good throughout the year
You better be ready when Santa comes
So spread your love and joy
I hope you're ready when Santa comes
Christmas time is here

[Verse 3:]
Sleigh bells ring are you listening?
Santa's comin soon because it's Christmas
He knows if you been good or bad, happy or sad
So be good for goodness sake
You better not pout
You better not cry
You better not shout
I'm telling you why
Santa Claus is coming
Santa Claus is coming to town

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