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Which Was So Small

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Which Was So Small

Could it come to life if you enable?
A certain thing that is under your table
Who is Santa Claus in the making
And when he appears will be breath-taking

There he is with his eight reindeer
Who just happened to land over here
On my roof top with such a clatter
I think  he's becoming fatter and fatter

Must be something in what he does eat
Sweet like pretty wife we'd like to meet
Of all, she sure is greatest cook
For no one else could they be mistook

In an instant, it was them I could tell
Sounded so happy like a ringing bell
Both had been jolly as can be
When I saw them it was plain to see

After Christmas I had hit the sack
Thanked God for bringing Santa back
And was told that greatest gift of all
Is a wedding ring which is always small

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