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Ling The Christmas Bell
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favorite Christmas song for many, it was recorded by Lynn Anderson.
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Ding A Ling The Christmas Bell Recorded by Lynn Anderson Written by Jerry Foster and Bill Rice
G D7 Gather round and I will tell the story of a Christmas bell G C D7 G That used to shine and chime and ring and why they called him Ding a Ling D7 One of the famous jingle bells is what he was but then he fell G C D7 G And broke his pretty harmony and he began to ring off key
C G Now they call him Ding a Ling because he has a funny ring C D7 G And doesn't hit his note too well Ding a Ling the Christmas bell D7 The other bells met secretly and he heard one say in a real low key G C D7 G He's sure to ruin our Christmas sound and we don't want him hanging around
D7 He overheard the secret vote and walked away with a lump in his note G C D7 G The saddest bell you've ever seen the Christmas bell called Ding a Ling C G They all call him Ding a Ling because he has a funny ring C D7 G And doesn't hit his note too well Ding a Ling the Christmas bell
D7 The snow is falling in the square when the children found him there G C D7 G And placed him on the Christmas tree for everyone in town to see D7 As Christmas Eve came to the town a blinding snow was coming down G C D7 G And Ding a Ling heard someone say ol' Santa's sure to lose his way
D7 The thought occurred to Ding a Ling to ring as loud as he could ring G C D7 G And when ol' Santa heard the sound it guided him into the town C G Now the children shout and sing and everyone loves Ding a Ling C D7 G So everything has turned out well for Ding a Ling the Christmas bell
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