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Nat King Cole – Buon Natale (La Spagnola) lyrics

Buon Natale, means Merry Christmas to you
Buon Natale to everyone, Happy New Year and lots of fun
Buon Natale, may all your wishes come true
Buon Natale in Italy means a Merry Christmas to you

Far away across the sea in sunny Italy
There's a quaint little town
Not a clock has been wound
For over a century

They don't know the time or year
And no one seems to care
And this is the reason the Christmas season
Is celebrated all year

Oh, Buon Natale, a Merry Christmas to you
Buon Natale to everyone, Happy New Year and lots of fun
Buon Natale, may all your wishes come true
Buon Natale to Italy means a Merry Christmas to you



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