Two Step Around The Christmas Tree lyrics and chords
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Around The Christmas Tree lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, this is an excellent country Christmas song recorded
by Michael Martin Murphey and Suzy Bogguss.
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Two Step Around The Christmas Tree Recorded by Michael Martin Murphey and Suzy Bogguss Written by Suzy Bogguss and Doug Crider
C There's a wondrous sight and a joyful sound G7 Every Christmas Eve in a western town C Gather up the kids all the friends and family
Cause the holly's hung and the candle's bright G7 Tuning up a fiddle on a moon lit night C Roll back the rug so we can two step 'round the Christmas tree
There's a jolly man in a bright red suit G7 Did you ever see a Santa in cowboy boots C Twirling across the floor spurs a-jingling merrily
As they sing those carols soft and low G7 We'll all be shouting out cotton-eyed Joe C Roll back the rug so we can two step 'round the Christmas tree
F C G7 C Waiting 'neath the mistletoe you'll never get a kiss B C D7 G7 I never move that slow there's too much I could miss C Cause a western girl can't be still G7 And a silent night is not for me C Roll back the rug so we can two step 'round the Christmas Tree
Red Bandanas chili green G7 Silver buckles on a new blue jeans C Jumping 'round the room to a yule tide melody
I'm gonna be ready when Santa's comes G7 But I'm gonna be dancing 'til he does C Roll back the rug so we can two step 'round the Christmas tree
G7 C Roll back the rug so we can two step 'round the Christmas tree
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