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Santa Claus is someone who will remain in the hearts of children forever. He is the make-believe person who brings toys and other gifts to children at Christmas. To grown-ups, he is a special symbol of goodwill and selfless giving. Santa Claus also has some other names: Saint Nicholas, St. Nick, Kris Kringle, Pelznickel. Two of his names - Santa Claus and Saint Nicholas - both come from the Dutch who settled in New York long ago. The Dutch believed Saint Nikolas gave gifts to children. They honored this kindly saint with a yearly festival on December sixth. The picture of Santa Claus as we see him came from Thomas Nast. He was an American painter born in Bavaria. He painted pictures for Christmas poems. Someone asked him to paint a picture of Santa Claus. Nast remembered when he was a little boy in southern Germany. Every Christmas, a fat old man gave toys and cakes to the children.
What do people say about me?" "Do you believe in Santa Claus?" Now we all know Santa Claus exists. But for some reason, the US president threw doubt on this when speaking to one child on Christmas Eve. The scene was the State Dining Room in the White House. Donald Trump and his wife Melania were taking calls from American children as the couple sat under two gargantuan Christmas trees.
Santa Claus and I believe in you. I believe in family, in country and in smiles I believe in turnin' negatives to positives in life I believe in lookin' farther up the farther down we get I believe when someone hurts us we should forgive and forget. And I believe in Santa Claus I believe in Santa Claus I believe love should prevail at any cost And I believe in Santa Claus.
Do You Believe in Magic is the debut album by the folk rock group The Lovin' Spoonful. It was released in November 1965, on the Kama Sutra label. The album features the hits "Do You Believe in Magic" (. No. 9) and "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?" (. 2). Do You Believe in Magic was re-released on CD in 2002 with five bonus tracks.
Santa Claus is Coming to Town": This traditional song is done as a modern jazz piece and is a radical departure from Bing Crosby or Perry Como (I'd describe their recordings as 40s style swing, not jazz). A saxophone solo is the highlight. For a modern Christmas album with a traditional singer, you can't go wrong with this album. One interesting thing to note: all of the songs on this album are secular. Williams did not record any of the religious carols on this collection.
Believing in Santa Claus or not believing in Santa Claus hasnothing to do with Mennonite practices. The little kids in ourMennonite church love the idea of a big red fat man with a ton offacial hair quickly and quietly coming into their house and givingthem Star Wars mugs, bicycles, and an Xbox at . :00 . bringing joy to people, making them smile, and the whole world working together to be a little bit nicer and kinder to each other. The next step is to forget commercialism.
Do you believe in Santa Claus? Is a Legend or a Myth? Anyway, whenever Christmas near, I am happy. Well, last two year I became volunteer to become Santa Claus for a restaurant. When I reach the door step, many kids run to me and excite! The laughter bring me sweet memories when I was a child. Santa Claus really make this world a better place.
Features Song Lyrics for Andy Williams's I Still Believe in Santa Claus album. Blue Christmas Lyrics. 3. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus Lyrics. Andy Williams Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
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