|First line||Song title||Original by|
|You better watch out. |
You better not cry.
|[partial title] [partial title] [title in full]|
[partial title]s swing and [partial title]s ring.
|Bah! Humbug! Well that's too strong.|
|[title], [title]. |
It's Christmas time in the city
|[title] had a very shiny nose.|
|The moon is right, the spirit's up.|
We're here tonight and that's enough
|Hey Mr. Churchill comes over here to say we're doing splendidly.|
|Long time ago in Bethleham,|
so the Holy Bible say
Just slip a sable under the tree for me.
|[title] is the thing to say|
On a bright Hawaiian Christmas Day
|Over the ground lies a mantle of white|
|[title] I gave you my heart|
|[title3 times], Prospero año et felicidad.|
|They said there'd be snow at Christmas,|
They said there'd be peace on Earth
|Oh the weather outside is frightful|
|Just see those sleigh bells jingle and ring-ting-a-tingling too.|
|Come they told me,|
our newborn king to see.
|Do you remember me?|
I sat upon your knee.
|[title] at the Christmas party hop.|
|The news had come out in the First World War: the bloody Red Baron was flying once more.|
|Oh my love,|
We've had our share of tears
|Well, way up north where the air gets cold.|