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The Christmas Tree lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very good country Christmas song recorded by Bobby Vinton.
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The Christmas Tree Recorded by Bobby Vinton Written by Ronald Goodwin
G There once was a tree a beautiful tree
That grew in Fairy Land Am D7 In winter time the wind would blow G Over the land of ice and snow C Bringing the sound of the laughter of children G Bringing the sounds of joy C Telling the tree of the wonder of Christmas G For every girl and boy D7 Oh how he wished they could come and see G Just what a beautiful tree was he D7 G D7 Oh how he wished that he were a Christmas tree
G One starry night his branches so bright
Were glistening in the snow Am D7 And as he stood so silently G Wishing he were a Christmas tree C Softly there came from the forest around him G Magic and jingling bells C Nearer and nearer they seemed to surround him G Weaving their magic spells C D7 Oh how he quivered with fright because G There right beside him was Santa Claus Am D7 G D7 Asking him if he'd be his Christmas tree
G Now in his fancy dress he's the best
Of all the Christmas trees Am D7 Playing with gifts and bon-bons too G Gay fairy lights of every hue C He stands and waits for the children to see him G Dressed in his party bells C Oh what a thrill when they see all the tinsel G Round Mr. Robin's nest D7 And as he raises his arms so green G Santa agrees with the Fairy Queen Am C Em A7 He is a very beautiful Christmas tree
G Am D7 G He is a very beautiful Christmas tree
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