Pink Floyd - The Merry Christmas Song
The Merry Christmas Song
“The Merry Christmas Song" ( ? )
“One, two, three, four,”
Here comes Santa in his sleigh,
Those silver bells they sound so gay.
His shiny sleigh is heaped with toys,
To give to all good girls and boys.
With gongs and dollies and clockwork trains,
Plastic soldiers and little model planes.
Going to fill your stocking so long as you've been good,
And I'm sure that you have, because you know you should.
“Am I'm gonna sing that?”
“You don't sing, you just say”.
“One, two, three”.
Cheerful face is wreathed in smiles,
Conceived in colourful mask and (incomprehensible)
As he parks his bike he'll catch your ear,
With 'Merry Christmas Judge and a Happy New Year'.
“Shout it out as a cheery Christmas greeting Alan,
Yeah, shout that one out all right”.
Turkey and sausages and Christmas pud'
Have another helping John - Oh I don't think I could.
Christmas parcels under the tree.
None for you and six for me
A Christmas song broadcast on a BBC Radio Christmas show in 1975. Vocals were by Nick Mason and Alan Stiles, a Floyd Roadie