Child Of Winter (Christmas Song)

Album: Ultimate Christmas (1974)
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  • A child of winter
    A child of the snow
    I'm making a snowball
    That someone will throw
    I'm making a snowman
    With charcoal for the eyes
    A scarf draped in red
    And a derby on his head

    Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus
    Right down Santa Claus Lane
    Vixen and Blitzen and all his reindeer are pulling on the reins
    Bells are ringing, children singing
    All is merry and bright
    Hang your stockings and say your prayers
    'Cause Santa Claus comes tonight

    The evening of Christmas
    Presents have been passed
    The wood in the fireplace
    Is glowing its last
    I'm closing my eyes now
    In my bed I'm snuggling
    Outside my window
    The carolers sing

    Christmas comes and the snow covers all
    Trees are decorated with tinsel and lights
    Mama's in the kitchen making cookies and bread
    The children are hungry, they're waiting to be fed

    A child of Christmas
    A child of snow
    A wonderful feeling
    Underneath the mistletoe
    And may your Christmas
    Last all year
    With laughter of children
    Peace and cheer

    A child of Christmas
    A child of snow
    A wonderful feeling
    Underneath the mistletoe
    Merry Christmas to you
    Ding dong ding go the bells
    Ding dong ding go the bells
    Ding dong ding go the bells
    Ding dong ding go the bells
    Ding dong ding go the bells
    Writer/s: BRIAN WILSON, STEPHEN JOHN KALINICH
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