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Cannonball lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a fun to do up tempo Christmas song recorded by Hank Snow.
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Christmas Cannonball Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson
G C G From out the frozen northland to the better tempered clime A7 D7 There's a train that comes a rollin' every year at Christmas time G C G All the kids are in their glory when the snow begins to fall C D7 G Cause they know it's bringin' Santa Claus on the Christmas cannonball
C G It takes off at the North Pole with a jingle and a roar A7 D7 It's partly run by reindeer till it gets to Baltimore G C G If you hear the cry of timber comin' out of Montreal C D7 G You can start to look for Santa Claus and the Christmas Cannonball
C G Oh the Christmas Cannonball the Christmas Cannonball C Jingle ling ling ling toot toot jingle ling toot D7 G The Christmas Cannonball
C G She's loaded down with nice things mama dolls and fancy toys A7 D7 But he picks out all the best things for the real good girls and boys G C G Then he hollers Merry Christmas everybody big and small C D7 G Cause he means make way for Santa Claus and the Christmas Cannonball
C G So listen to your mother do the things she tells you too A7 D7 If you can't be good till Christmas then it's just too bad for you G C G Take it easy with your crying and be careful one and all C D7 G Cause it's almost time for Santa Claus and the Christmas Cannonball
D7 G D7 G The Christmas Cannonball the Christmas Cannonball D7 G The Christmas Cannonball
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