Treasure Island

Geeta Nair

(04.09.1980 / Kalyan (Mumbai))

Come Winter, Come Santa, Come Christmas.....


Come winter, shower snows everywhere
Come Santa, distribute gifts to all of us.
Come Christmas, spread harmony all around.

To celebrate festive of peace and joy,
To exchange gift of love,
To decorate x-mas tree,
To have delicious cakes and wine
To throw parties
To enjoy and forget all worries
Each one of us is waiting all year around for this Christmas.

From children to old
Every heart is filled with fun
No time to hate and quarrel
Making environment thrill
Sending good wishes around
Music in the air
Compelling to tap our feet,
Each one of us is waiting all year around for this Christmas.

Come winter, shower snows everywhere
Come Santa, distribute gifts to all of us.
Come Christmas, spread harmony all around.

(Wishing each reader a Merry Christmas frm geets :) ]

Submitted: Thursday, December 20, 2007
Edited: Monday, May 02, 2011

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