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She has a bracelet on Hear it?
When she tells her friend how concert-hip she is it
Quaking little cupids. trolls and other creatures come together
On the brighter side, she's taking off her hat,
but when she does it's tutti-forte
I'm betting at the softest point of Weber's overture she'll
consult her program and it will
It's in my ears in my head like Robert Schumann
Get a grip The concertmaster has come on takes a bow
looks to see who makes a
The oboe sounds an A
The winds begin to tune
The brass have heard her song and laugh
Horns trumpets trombones give a mighty blast!
And here come the strings all 62 pull there bows
but still can hear that
Now at last her tintinnabulation's lost in thunderous
applause Maestro has come on
I do believe he knows the lass
He throws to her a little bow a kiss
Jingle! Jingle! Jingle! Jingle! Jingle!