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Though winter brings us snow and ice It brings us Christmas too, A time of year that we all love When there's so much to do. Through shops all a glitter We search for things to buy, And send them off to Santa Before Rudolph’s sleigh is nigh. With joy we watch a child's face As we decorate the tree, And every year we build within A lasting memory. We help write Santa's letter, which Brings again a certain joy, Asking him if he will bring, some Very special toy. Then at last it's Christmas Eve and Each child's tucked in bed, Where they dream of presents, from The bearded man in red. Finally all fast asleep, they miss The bells of Rudolph’s sleigh But their rustling of pretty paper Tells us it's Christmas Day.

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