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In Disguise

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In Disguise

In South, if Santa landed on a porch
It may be so hot it could scorch
And if off to Germany you do go
Some say you can see Santa grow

To make many toys, Santa's work begins
After God freed him from his sins
Much joy to children Santa will bring
Especially those who don't have anything

To church all Christ's children we did take
Where much nice music choir did make
Returned back home and what did they see?
Many great gifts under a Christmas tree

So to see Santa be sure to go to church
To hear sermon from priest high on his perch
In his sermon he said to our surprise
Jesus died and came back as Santa in disguise.

Copyright © James Horn

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