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Santa Claus Is Back In Town lyrics

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(Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller)

(Christmas, Christmas.. Christmas)

Well, it's Christmas time pretty baby
And the snow is fallin' on the ground (Christmas, Christmas)
Well, it's Christmas time pretty baby
And the snow is on the ground (Christmas, Christmas)
Well, you be a real good little girl
Santa Claus is back in town
(Christmas, Christmas)

Got no sleigh with reindeer, no sack on my back
You're gonna see me comin' in a big black Cadillac

Whoa oh it's Christmas time pretty baby
And the snow is fallin' on the ground (Christmas, Christmas)
Well, you be a real good little baby
Santa Claus is back in town

(Christmas, Christmas Christmas)

Hang up your pretty stockings, turn off the light
Santa Claus is comin' down your chimney tonight

Whoa oh oh oh it's Christmas time pretty baby (Christmas)
And the snow is fallin' on the ground
(Christmas, wah wah wah wah wah Christmas)
Well, you be a real good little baby
Santa Claus is back in town
(Christmas, Christmas Christmas)



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