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Santa had a cup of coffee and he ate a little snack
Through his pack right over his back
Open the windows of his little shack and shouted oh dasher and dancer
Vixen and blitzen come on here.

Were gonna get a goin' and spread some cheer
So limber your legs and sharpen your hooves
'Cause tonight is the night
Were gonna jump on the roof.

So the reindeer they were so proud and grand
To take another trip all over the land
They jumped right into thier proper place
To get hepped up for that midnight race.

--- Instrumental ---

Ol' Santa he shook off the ice and snow
Boarded his sleigh and then yelled let's go
All the little toys were happy too
'Cause they were so bright and new.

A little piano then started to play
Ol' Santa began to swing and to sway
Thought he heard a toy drum starting to beat
But he found it was just the rhythm of the reindeer feet.

The reindeer boogied in the middle of the road
Tonight we have a mighty big load
Don't boogie to the left now boogie to the right
Do the reindeer boogie this Christmas Eve night.

--- Instrumental ---

Oh, the reindeer boogied in the middle of the road
Tonight we have a mighty big load
Don't boogie to the left now boogie to the right
Do the reindeer boogie this Christmas Eve night...



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