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Jim Reeves – Silver Bells lyrics

Written by: Jay Livingston & Ray Evans

(Silver bells, silver bells)
(Soon it will be Christmas day)

City sidewalks, busy sidewalks
Dressed in holiday style
In the air
There's a feeling
Of Christmas
Children laughing
People passing
Meeting smile after smile
And on ev'ry street corner you'll hear

Silver bells, silver bells
It's Christmas time in the city
Ring-a-ling, hear them ring
Soon it will be Christmas day

(Strings of street lights)
(Even stop lights)
(Blink a bright red and green)
(As the shoppers rush home)
(With their treasures)

(Hear the snow crunch)
(See the kids bunch)
(This is Santa's big scene)
(And above all this bustle)
(You'll hear)

Silver bells, silver bells
It's Christmas time in the city
Ring-a-ling, hear them ring
Soon it will be Christmas day

(Soon it will be Christmas day)...



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