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    • I saw Mommy kissing Santa ClausI saw Mommy kissing Santa ClausUnderneath the mistletoe last nightShe didnt see me creepdown the stairs to have a peep;She thought that I was tuckedup in my bedroom fast asleepThen I saw Mommy tickle Santa ClausUnderneath his beard so snowy white;Oh what a laugh it would have beenIf Daddy had only seenMommy kissing Santa Claus last nightJoy to the worldJoy to the world! the Lord is come;Let earth receive her King;Let every heart prepare Him room,and heaven and nature sing,and heaven and nature sing,and heaven, and heaven and nature sing.Joy to the earth! the Savior reigns;Let men their songs employ;while fields and floods,rocks, hills and plainsRepeat the sounding joy,Repeat the sounding joy,Repeat, repeat the sounding joy.No more let sins and sorrows grow,nor thorns infest the ground;He comes to make His blessing flowfar as the curse is found,far as the curse is found,far as, far as the curse is found.He rules the world with truth and grace,and makes the nations prove
    • the glories of His righteousness,and wonders of His love,and wonders of His love,and wonders, wonders of His love.JINGLE BELLSDashing through the snowOn a one-horse open sleighOver the fields we goLaughing all the way;Bells on bob-tail ringmaking spirits brightWhat fun it is to ride and singA sleighing song tonightJingle bellsjingle bellsjingle all the way!O what fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleighA day or two agoI thought Id take a rideAnd soon Miss Fanny BrightWas seated by my side;The horse was lean and lank;Misfortune seemed his lot;He got into a drifted bankAnd wewe got upsotJingle BellsJingle BellsJingle all the way!What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleighA day or two agothe story I must tellI went out on the snowAnd on my back I fell;A gent was riding byIn a one-horse open sleigh
    • He laughed as thereI sprawling lieBut quickly drove awayJingle BellsJingle BellsJingle all the way!What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleighNow the ground is whiteGo it while youre youngTake the girls tonightAnd sing this sleighing song;Just get a bob-tailed baytwo-forty as his speedHitch him to an open sleighAnd crack! youll take the leadJingle BellsJingle BellsJingle all the way!What fun it is to rideIn a one-horse open sleigh.HOLY NIGHTOh holy night!The stars are brightly shiningIt is the night of the dear Saviors birth!Long lay the world in sin and error piningTill he appeard and the soul felt its worth.A thrill of hope the weary world rejoicesFor yonder breaks a new and glorious morn!Fall on your kneesOh hear the angel voicesOh night divineOh night when Christ was bornOh night divineOh night divine
    • Led by the light of Faith serenely beamingWith glowing hearts by His cradle we standSo led by light of a star sweetly gleamingHere come the wise men from Orient landThe King of Kings lay thus in lowly mangerIn all our trials born to be our friend.Truly He taught us to love one anotherHis law is love and His gospel is peaceChains shall He break for the slave is our brotherAnd in His name all oppression shall ceaseSweet hymns of joy in grateful chorus raise we,Let all within us praise His holy name.12 days of ChristmasOn the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to meA partridge in a pear tree.2nd Two turtle doves3rd Three French hens4th Four calling birds5th Five golden rings6th Six geese a-laying7th Seven swans a-swimming8th Eight maids a-milking9th Nine ladies dancing10th Ten lords a-leaping11th Eleven pipers piping12th Twelve drummers drumming