It’s all La-dee-dah until it’s go-go-go.
There’s not much spirit unless there’s snow,
Ornamental twinkles in lights aglow
with fa la lahs and the ho ho ho.
And joy and hope and peace are hung,
reminders of a flower sprung
in our midst. Now with our tongues
the joy, the hope and peace are sung.
Yet those upon this world are tired.
Each and every age transpired
without the love and peace desired,
despite the joy and hope that’s squired.
Though darkness settles, spends the night,
morning always brings us light.
Thus we hope. Our homes bedight
with ornamental air alight.
And in this yearly journey shown,
though some desist and some bemoan,
mankind’s joy and hope are sown
and Love is sprung again and grown.