Christmas Island

Album: Christmas In Tahoe (2015)
  • Let's get away from sleigh bells
    Let's get away from snow
    Let's make a break some Christmas, dear
    I know the place to go

    How'd you like to spend Christmas on Christmas Island?
    How'd you like to spend the holiday away across the sea?
    How'd you like to spend Christmas on Christmas Island?
    How'd you like to hang a stocking on a great big coconut tree?

    How'd you like to stay up late, like the islanders do?
    Wait for Santa to sail in with your presents in a canoe
    If you ever spend Christmas on Christmas Island
    You will never stray for everyday your Christmas dreams come true

    How'd you like to stay up late like the islanders do?
    Wait for Santa to sail in with your presents in a canoe
    If you ever spend Christmas on Christmas Island
    You will never stray, for everyday your Christmas dreams come true
    On Christmas Island your dreams come true Writer/s: JERRY BECKER, PAT MONAHAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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