Peter Alsop

Music for Children and Adults

The Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, Santa & God

From the album Chris Moose Holidays Buy Now

- stories we hold in our heart

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THE TOOTH FAIRY, EASTER BUNNY, SANTA AND GOD

Back when Dad was little, in prehistoric time

The Tooth Fairy would take his tooth and leave my Dad a dime

That’s ten cents a tooth!  I don’t know how my Dad survived.

Now with the cost of living, don’t you think it’s worth a five?!

 

There’s an old story, almost everyone believes

About the Tooth Fairy trading money for their teeth

When a story has some spirit that touches you

You can hold it in your heart and make it true.

 

The Easter Bunny leaves an Easter basket by my head

I pig out on jelly beans when I get out of bed!

Too many choc’late eggs, and I start to feel sick, an

Think, the Easter Bunny gets these things from a Chocolate

     Easter Chicken!

 

There’s an old story, almost everyone believes

About the Easter baskets that the Easter Bunny leaves

When a story has some spirit that touches you

You can hold it in your heart and make it true.

 

Santa fills my stocking with games and Christmas toys

It’s amazing he’s so quiet, he never makes a noise!

But why live at the North Pole where it’s freezing cold all year?

He could get a place in Malibu, go surfin’ with his deer!

 

There’s an old story, almost everyone believes

About how Santa visits on Christmas Eves

When a story has some spirit that touches you

You can hold it in your heart and make it true.

 

I used to think that God should stop by, just to say “Hello!”

But then that never happened, so how’m I s’posed to know?

I guess I know, cause when I stop, and take the time to feel

My life just goes much better, that’s how I know God’s real

 

There’s an old story, almost everyone believes

About a God whose love for us never ever leaves

When a story has some spirit that touches you

You can hold it in your heart and make it true.

 

Written by Peter Alsop, ©Copyright 1994, Moose School Music (BMI)

On Chris Moose Holidayswww.peteralsop.com

 

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