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One Little Christmas Tree

One little Christmas tree was standing alone
Waiting for someone to come by
One little Christmas tree that never had grown
Cried as he looked up to the sky,
"Oh please Mr. Father Tree, the tallest of all,
I'm so afraid and so alone
Could one little Christmas tree
So tiny and small light up someone's home?"
'Cause one little Christmas tree can light up a home
So one little child can find a toy
One little Christmas tree can light up a home
So one little heart can find some joy
One little angel who was riding a star
Cried as she looked down at the tree,
"Oh please Mr. Father Tree, wherever you are
May I give him the star you gave to me?"
Then in the heavens came a voice from afar
A voice that was heard throughout the world,
"Go down little angel girl and give him your star,
Tonight he'll light the world"
'Cause one little Christmas tree
Can light up the world
So those who are lost may find their way
One little Christmas tree can light up the world
So all men may see on Christmas day
One little Christmas tree
Can light up the world
So those who are lost may find their way
One little Christmas tree can light up the world
So all men may see on Christmas day
One little Christmas tree
Can light up the world
So those who are lost may find their way


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