Regina Smoler
By: Regina Smoler
Catalog ID: 266664   Duration: 1:16   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 147   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Childrens Music | Childrens music / English vocals
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Fun take on Jingle Bells! Think of movie A Christmas Story- Too many clothes to wear in winter. Fun for kids! Featuring female vocals and band. Suitable for soundtracks, commercials, websites, and more. See variations.   Keywords: Jingle Bells, Winter, Clothing upbeat funny comedy

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Winter Clothes
Lyrics by Regina Smoler (to the tune- Jingle Bells)

Mother makes me wear
My thickest, fattest socks
Now my shoes don’t fit
They look like two big blocks
My fingers cannot move
I cannot hug my friends
When I remove my wooly hat
My hair stands on its ends.

Oh, winter clothes, winter clothes
I hate winter clothes
Caps and hats and scarves and gloves
I can’t breathe through my nose
Winter clothes, winter clothes
Lots of winter clothes
I’m so stuffed and bundled up
I cannot touch my toes.

Waiting for the bus
I’m nice and toasty warm
I can take the cold
I’ll survive the storm
But when I’m on the bus
I can hardly fit
For next to me is someone
Also stuffed in double knit

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