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Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas) lyrics

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Christmas Songs – Please Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas) lyrics

Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry
Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry

Just last year
When I was
Only seven
And now
I'm almost eight
As you can see
You came home
At a quarter
Past eleven
Fell down
Underneath
Our Christmas tree

Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry
Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry

Mumma smiled
And looked outside
The window
She told me
"Son
You better
Go upstairs"
Then you laughed
And hollered
Merry Christmas
I turned around
And saw
My Mumma's tears

Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry
Please Daddy
Don't get drunk
This Christmas
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry
No
I don't wanna see
My Mumma cry



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