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Did you ever wonder how Santa gets his light to see
When the moon is in the shadow or hidden behind a tree
Now we all heard of Rudolph bout his nose lights up the trail
But I bet you never heard of dasher with the light upon his tail.

Oh, dash away, dash away, dash away
Dash away over hill and dam
Strangers laughs so merrily
As dasher with the light upon his tail.

Bidin' on the rooftop down the chimney
Every swear old Santa goes he gives him light to see
Dasher has a job to do before they hit each trail
Following old Santa with the light upon his tail.

(Oh, dash away, dash away, dash away
Dash away) over hill and dam
Stranger laughs so merrily
As dasher with the light upon his tail.

Bidin' on the rooftop down the chimney
Every swear old Santa goes he gives him light to see
Dasher has a job to do before they hit each trail
Following old Santa with the light upon his tail.

Oh dash away, dash away, dash away
Dash away over hill and dam
Strangers laughs so merrily
As dasher with the light upon his tail...



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