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fun country Christmas song recorded by Jim Reeves.
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Senor Santa Claus Recorded by Jim Reeves Written by Lawton Williams
C F C Dear Senor Santa Claus I think I tell you what F C G7 I would like for Christmas and I hope you won't forgot C F C I only want a peso that I can have for mine F C G7 C To get my senorita something for Christmas time
G7 I don't believe you read the card last Christmas that I sent D7 G7 You come to see the kids across the street and then you went C F C Dear Senor Santa Claus I think me understand F C G7 C Sometimes the toys all gone before you reach the Rio Grande
F C Dear Senor Santa Claus I tell you what I think F C G7 I no gotta stocking I set out my piggy bank C F C So please bring me peso that I can have for mine F C G7 C To get my senorita something for Christmas time
G7 On Christmas Eve I watch for you and I no sleep a wink D7 G7 If I no get Lolita something she feel sad I think C F C So please Senor Santa Claus this Christmas be so grand F C G7 C If I get peso to buy ring for my Lolita's hand
G7 I don't know what I buy for her I think I buy a rose D7 G7 So she can wear it in her hair most everywhere she goes C F C Please Senor Santa Claus this Christmas be so grand F C G7 C If I get peso to buy ring for my Lolita's hand F C G7 C If I get peso to buy ring for my Lolita's hand
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