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Cliff Richard – Christmas Alphabet lyrics

C is for the candy trimmed around the Christmas tree,
H is for the happiness with all the family,
Are is for the reindeer prancing by the window pane,
I is for the icing on the cake as sweet as sugar cane,
S is for the stocking hanging on the chimney wall,
T is for the toys beneath the tree so tall,
M is for the misletoe where everyone is kissed,
A is for the angels who make up the christmas list,
S is for the Santa who makes every kid his pet,
Be good and he'll bring you everything in your Christmas Alphabet!

Capital C is for the candy trimmed around the Christmas tree,
H is for the happiness with all the family,
Are is for the reindeer prancing by the window pane,
I is for the icing on the cake as sweet as sugar cane,
S is for the stocking hanging on the chimney wall,
T is for the toys beneath the tree so tall,
M is for the misletoe where everyone is kissed,
A is for the angels who make up the christmas list,
S is for the Santa who makes every kid his pet,
Be good and he'll bring you everything in your Christmas Alphabet!



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