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Christy Christmas lyrics and
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Christmas song recorded by Brenda Lee.
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Christy Christmas Recorded by Brenda Lee Written by Marty Symes and Tony Starr
C G7 C G7 C Santa's got a brand new helper you're the first one to be told G7 C G7 C He wears a hat that's trimmed with fur and his boots are made of gold G7 C G7 C His name is Christy Christmas he's cute as he can be G7 C D7 G7 He's made of wood cause Santa carved him from a Christmas tree
C F Christy Christmas is loading Santa's sleigh G7 C He'll hitch up all the reindeer and they’ll soon be on their way F Christy Christmas is Santa's pride and joy G7 C He picks out all the presents for each little girl and boy
F C Perhaps you'll get a toy-land playground full of skates and kiddy cars D7 G7 It has a great big slide for you to ride and swings that hang from stars C F Christy Christmas will make your dreams come true G7 C And you'll love Christy Christmas just as much as he loves you
F Christy Christmas will bring you pretty toys G7 C Like talkin dolls for little girls and choo choo trains for boys F Christy Christmas will serve good things to eat G7 C He'll give your little tummy tum a cake and candy treat
F C Before you go to bed this Christmas better leave a snack or two D7 G7 There will be someone else with Santa when he comes to visit you C F Christy Christmas they'll make into a toy G7 C And all you children soon can play with Santa's little boy
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