A duet sung by Corrie and Kit W. portraying kids telling Santa - fingers crossed behind their backs- every (bad) thing they did "not" do during the year
Santa, I've been a good boy this year. Santa, I've been perfectly fine, I'm in bed nights at nine, oh and Santa,
now that Christmas is near, won't you bring me some toys ones that make lots of noise, Santa dear.
Santa, I've been a good girl this year. Santa, I'm a gift sent from heaven in bed nights at seven and Santa, now that Christmas is near, won't you bring me some stuff 'cause I don't have enough. Santa dear.
Santas, We've Been Good won the Hawai'i Christmas Songwriting Contest
If you're not here with me to decorate the tree It Won't Be Christmas The snow may fall so white, all through Christmas nightThe carolers may sing, but It Won't Be Christmas
A homeless veteran at Christmas time, hat by his side and a look in his eyes that touches you; A tone in his voice cries "It's Christmas; Won't you drop in a dollar or two; Pink Floyd-like guitar
Excitement of children playing with the Silver Star toy train Christmas morning, see the tiny town lighted up; Santa has come ! Ripping wrapping paper: whoopee!
One starlit Christmas I heard the sound of Santa playing guitar, reindeer singing do-wop harmony, and Rudolf, seated next to Santa in the sleigh, rapping nicely
Onlookers at Mary's barn describe the scene in song. "His eyes were brown, or maybe blue". Drummer Boy rum pum pum pums harmonized, two keys; classical guitar backing and solo
Christmas phone call: I may be far away, Mom, but I'm there in the kitchen with you. Merry Christmas; Upbeat, almost Dixieland
Powerful duet akin to Keeley Smith singing and Louis Prima exuberant responses, "Ja la la jingle ". A new version of the 12 days of Christmas; Best time of year
On the trail Mary rides, Joseph holds her hand; they slowly make their way; listen hear the angels sing, the child is born