Rocking till Christmas eve night

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A Christmas song about how busy we are till the last second around Christmas.In the style of 50s and 60s. Simular to jingle bell rock and rocking around the christmas tree.

Created: November 21,2020


It's time to start rocking till Christmas Eve night

It's time to countdown St Nick's flight

Soon the malls will fill with shopping brawls

But the dolls you win will make it right

Journey to Park Avenue

We'll hear cheer on every corner

Even vagabonds who've got nothing at all

Come get soup and a little bit warmer

(CHORUS)

That's why christmas time is the greatest time

A joy felt fit for a king

Peace on earth can't be said enough

And if you don't have words just sing

Through the snowing and blowing we'll be go go go going

So be warm and don't let the frost bite

We'll be burning with bells on all across the globe

Yeah we'll be rocking til Christmas Eve night

V2

Children sit on Santa's lap

Trying to sit still for the picture

Grandma's stuffing those Christmas cards

Making those grandkids richer

Fathers hangs the mistletoe

While the mrs whips up some pudding

There'll be baking and caking and some decorating

Every heart is putting what's good in

(CHORUS)

That's why christmas time is the greatest time

A joy felt fit for a king

Peace on earth can't be said enough

And if you don't have words just sing

Through the snowing and blowing we'll be go go go going

So be warm and don't let the frost bite

We'll be burning with bells on all across the globe

Yeah we'll be rocking til Christmas Eve night

we'll be rocking til Christmas Eve night

we'll be rocking til Christmas Eve ni-----ght!


Submitted: November 14, 2020

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