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Happy Holidays

The first Noel the angel did say
Was to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay;
In fields where they lay tending their
a hand 
Can't you be a man 
Greedy joker, slidin' by,
Dealin' Jones-ses with a high 

Don'cha see it's wrong 
Don'cha wait too long 
Don'cha hear
I asked this god a question

And by way of firm reply,
He said -- I'm not the kind you have to wind up on sundays.
So to my old headmaster (and
And I asked this God a question
And by way of firm reply
He said "I'm not the kind you have to wind up on Sundays"
So to my old headmaster
And I asked this God a question
And by way of firm reply
He said "I'm not the kind you have to wind up on Sundays"
So to my old headmaster
and unregistered
It shouldn't happen to a vet
As the actress said to the bishop
The rabbi and the priest
My eyes have seen the glory
I'm a born again atheist
told that by rights it's not my find.
I'd be a tribute to temptation in it's glory and it's grave,

But I'm churning in neutral, turning in a circle,
You gotta do right by me, its mandatory baby
Sweeter than your favorite ice cream be, 
Bask in my glory baby/
Don't play no games, that'll ruin
You gotta do right by me
It's mandatory, baby
Sweeter than your favorite ice cream be
Bask in my glory, baby

Don't play no games, that'll ruin
for a miracle to hold me, wash me
Make me know what it's about
As the longing in me makes me want to sing
Noel or Navidad
Season celebration or just
of Hope and Glory,
Wait until we drop down dead.
 
 [When Noel later used this number in his Las Vegas cabaret act, he adapted it to the American milieu,
The pale moon rose in it's glory
Out on the Western town
She told a sad, sad story
Of the great ship that went down

T'was the fourteenth day
of Hope and Glory,
Wait until we drop down dead.
 
 [When Noel later used this number in his Las Vegas cabaret act, he adapted it to the American milieu,
and greed keep the people in need
from getting what's rightfully theirs
Cheating, stealin and double dealing
as they exploit the peoples fears

Now, Dow Jones
the thirteenth knot (Hangman)
I arrange panoramic of a plastic catalogue
And where wild dogs sing tailor-made lullabies tried by my offspring
I'll bring
admit 

That when he took a hit he could never quit 

Because he's one slick pusher livin' day by day 

When the crazy thing happened along the way
(Woman singing in background)

[Intro: Jimmy Jones]
You see man
Let's get off of that lame man
Let's get into what we like to do man
This what we do
and spank me 'til I knew how to behave
Taught me prayers at night and you'd tell me Bible stories
Taught me history, Crazy Horse and his tribal glories
How
of Hope and Glory,
Wait until we drop down dead.
 
 [When Noel later used this number in his Las Vegas cabaret act, he adapted it to the American milieu,
say ock.
I got tired of the fat lady so I sing to my own opera.
Ba-lang-balang-balang-to-de-man-de-rock-'cause I love thee.
If you live by the sword,
wait, who that description fit
Don't give me chrome for Jenny Jones
My man with the crime sheet
But he kept talkin bout my girl was a dime piece
And she
with a love jones, watch me son
Global with the local cats that's known trifted in the hell zone
Politic, modern Gotti click, 
Just a matter of time