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Saint Etienne – A Christmas Gift To You lyrics

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Sarah:
Hello, this is saint etienne here with a special christmas message for you all. How are you feeling bob?
Bob:
I'm feeling dandy and I just want to say happy christmas, war is over. How are you feeling pete?
Pete:
I'm feeling my oats. It's a bit parky in here, isn't it? Anyone fancy a drink? What's your favourite christmas drink bob?
Bob:
Umm, can I have a vodka with domestos in it and a slice of? ?? Please?
Pete:
Certainly sir. And sarah?
Sarah:
No thank you. Eh... Can I have a glass of champagne with an oxo cube in it please? Thank you. Mmmmm.
Bob:
Do you want a drink pete, I'm buying this round?
Pete:
No.
Sarah:
We've got a couple of songs for you and the first one is...
Bob:
Driving home for christmas, a smashing song by chris rea. And the second one is..
Pete:
Message in a bottle, a tribute to the gentle giant of rock, sting.
Sarah:
And now we'd all like to say...
All:
Happy christmas!!



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