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Johnny Mercer – Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah lyrics

Johnny Mercer
With Paul Weston and the Pied Pipers
Winter Wonderland
"Now for a little change in pace we've sent Johnny Mercer up to the bandstand to join Paul Weston and the Pied Pipers in the nostalgic song of Christmas time, Winter Wonderland."
Sleigh bells ring.
Are you listening?
In the lane,
Snow is glistening.
A beautiful sight.
We're happy tonight
Walking in a winter wonderland.
Gone away is the bluebird;
Here to stay is a new bird.
He sings a love song
As we go along
Walking in a winter wonderland
In the meadow we can build a snowman
Then pretend that he is Parson Brown
He'll say, "Are you married?"
We'll say, "No man."
But you can do the job when you're in town
Later on, we'll conspire
As we dream
By the fire
To face unafraid
The plans that we've made
Walking in a winter wonderland
We'll pretend our snowman's parson brown
He'll say, "Are you married?"
We'll say, "No man."
But you can do the job
When you're in town.Ooh ooh!
Later on, we'll conspire
As we dream
By the fire
To face unafraid
The plans that we've made
Walking in a winter wonderland.



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