Famine, Crippling frail, Dessicates the body, Leaving the soul void, Death!
After the Top Ten Lists of favorite Christmas Songs past and present, I was thinking I could use a hit too. Just one! The following is reblogged from the Sunday Night Blog.
A Hit For Christmas
I need a hit for Christmas
To turn the season green.
A snappy little holiday tune
Is really what I mean.
If I could just find somewhere
In my memory tonight
A verse, a phrase, some words of joy
To the world I would write.
“What is my theme?” I wonder
As I wander here and there.
Christmas songs make lots of cash
And why should I not share
In monies green and silver
But oh what shall I say?
After all I’m thinking now,
“What’s not been said of Christmas Day?”
I’ll write a Christmas Jingle.
Bells of joy will sound –
A song about Kris Kringle
Or snow upon…
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