I Believe in Christmas
Written by Ali Boyd-Brent and Ben Fogg
Sing along. Full lyrics below:
It's been a year of trouble innocence has gon. Brexit burst our bubble, America’s gone wrong.
Its been a bad year for the living, Prince and Bowie dead, But when they came for sweet Mccaskill, I saw a cold front up ahead.
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I believe that Christmas can save us from it all, I believe that Santa can stop Trump building walls, and if we fill our ears with carols and our hearts with yule tide song, I believe that Christmas (Choir: He believes that Christmas) can save us from it all.
I know we’ve all had struggles, but none compare to mine, I paid for twelve months at the gym, but i’ve only been three times. But I swear I’ve seen the future, next year is looking great, cos 2017 means game of thrones season 8 (the author acknowledges this to be an error, its actually season 7)
I believe that Christmas can save us from it all, I believe that Santa can stop Trump building walls, and if we fill our ears with carols and our hearts with yule tide song, I believe that, you believe that, he she and it believes that, we believe that, you plural believe that, they believe that, everybody believes that Christmas….
I believe that Christmas saves us all.
(Choir and trumpet play out)
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