Santa Claus
Santa Claus

His sleigh is long, and deep, and wide;
It will carry a host of things,
While dozens of drums hang over the side,
With the sticks sticking under the strings:
And yet not the sound of a drum is heard,
Not a bugle blast is blown,
As he mounts to the chimney-top like a bird,
And drops to the hearth like a stone.

He cuts through the snow like a ship through the foam,
While the white flakes around him whirl;
Who tells him I don't know, but he finds the home
Of every little boy and girl.

The little red stockings he silently fills,
Till the stockings won't hold no more;
The bright little sleds for the great snow hills
Are quickly set down on the floor.
Then Santa Claus mounts to the roof like a bird,
And glides to his seat in the sleigh;
Not the sound of a jingle jangle is heard
As he ups and gallops away.

He rides to the East, and he rides to the West,
Of his goodies he touches not one;
He eats all the crumbs of the Christmas feast
When the dear little folks are done.
Old Santa Claus does all that he can;
This beautiful mission is his;
So, children be good to the little old man,
When you find who the little man is.

Music and arrangement by Jeff Black
ⓒⓅ Lotos Nile Music BMI