Did Santa Have A Daddy Just Like Mine?

Album: Songs of England (1955)
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  • "Did Santa Have A Daddy Just Like Mine?" is a child's song rather than a Christmas song. It was written by bandleader Archie Alexander on the back of his 1953 success with "Ev'rybody Loves A Soldier," and was published by John Fields of London, copyright 1955. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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