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Burt Bacharach – The Bell That Couldn't Jimgle lyrics

The bell that couldn't jingle
Writers burt bacharch, larry kusik

A Christmas bell was crying then Santa heard it say - I just can't seem to jingle and I can't go on the sleigh - Then Santa soon discovered the reason that it cried - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle it had nothing there inside - Then Santa said Jack Frost will bring my Christmas gift to you - And on Christmas Eve you'll jingle just like you were brand new - Then Jack Frost froze a teardrop so each time that it swayed - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle it went jingling all the way - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle it went jingling all the way - Then Santa said Jack Frost will bring my Christmas gift to you - And on Christmas Eve you'll jingle just like you were brand new - Then Jack Frost froze a teardrop so each time that it swayed - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle it went jingling all the way - The Bell That Couldn't Jingle it went jingling all the way - It went jingling all the way - It went jingling all the way



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