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Big fake snowflakes hanging from the streetlights
Marshmellow children bundled up real tight
Short fuses, long lines, so much for a silent night
Then magically we all wake up
( Once a year we all wake up )
And find ourselves here in our own

Tinseltown
Where everything glitters
Tinseltown
All sparkle and shimmer
Look around and see the brightest stars come out
In Tinseltown, in Tinseltown

Three King manger scene, glowing on the front lawn
Ladies auxiliary butchering "The Christmas Song"
Quarters in the kettle of the gin-jolly Santa Claus
Then magically, we all wake up
( Once a year we all wake up )
And find ourselves here in our own

Tinseltown
Where everything glitters
Tinseltown
All sparkle and shimmer
Look around and see the brightest stars come out
In Tinseltown, in Tinseltown

So where's the -
Batteries, it's Christmas Eve assembly is required
Can't get the kids to sleep, sugar's got 'em wired
Finally round midnight ( all is calm, all is bright)
Then magically we all wake up
( Once a year we all wake up )
And find ourselves here in our own

Tinseltown
Where everything glitters
Tinseltown
All sparkle and shimmer
Look around and see the brightest stars come out
In Tinseltown, in Tinseltown

Tinseltown
Where everything glitters
Tinseltown
All sparkle and shimmer
Look around and see the brightest stars come out
In Tinseltown, in Tinseltown

Tinseltown
Tinseltown, Tinseltown
Tinsel all the way



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