Little Things
by ABBA

Album: Voyage (2021)
Charted: 61
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  • Little things
    Like my gentle touch
    It's amazing, darling
    That so little can achieve so much

    Little things
    Like your sleepy smile
    As the brand new day is dawning
    It's a lovely Christmas morning

    And why don't we stay in bed for a while
    Soon enough, they'll be waking up from their dreams
    Children bursting with giggles and screams
    Oh, what joy Santa brings
    Thanks, old friend, for packing
    Christmas stockings full of nice little things

    Little things
    Like your naughty eyes
    You'd consider bringing me a breakfast tray
    But there's a price

    Little things
    Like that happy noise
    As a brand new day is dawning
    On this lovely Christmas morning

    It's our children playing with their new toys
    Little moments of happiness and of bliss
    Does it ever get better than this?
    Oh, what joy Santa brings
    Thanks, old friend, for packing
    Christmas stockings full of nice little things

    Thank you, dear old friend, for packing
    Christmas stockings full of nice little things

    Little things
    Like the precious jewels on rings
    Or a music box that will fit in socks
    Tiny elves with wings
    Not as big as queens and their kings
    If you sing along, it could be a song
    That my grandma sings Writer/s: Benny Goran Bror Andersson, Bjoern K. Ulvaeus
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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