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    The heart is a birdís nest
    the worldís turned on itís head
    reindeers and rainy days
    people you canít forget


    East to west
    south to true north
    the sun beating down
    on flowers on the roof
    Last night she saw
    her beloved buffoon
    lasso down the moon
    The nest is a heart
    babyís flown away
    the red tinselís out
    the presentís here to stay
    On rooftops and snow slopes
    Santaís on his sleigh
    this place is a sauna
    Lapplandís looking good today
    Last night she saw
    her beloved buffoon
    lasso down the moon
    Leaves fall
    from gutter to ground
    just look up
    see stars all around
    Wherever you are
    I hope youíre happy and well
    thereís so much to live for
    so many stories to tell
    Last night she saw
    her beloved buffoon
    lasso down the moon
    Tides, silver linings
    silver spun words
    pull down the moon
    your wishes are heard
    She sent out letters
    to the birds in the sky
    if you water the garden
    itíll be spring soon some day
    Last night she saw
    her beloved buffoon
    lasso down the moon
    Raija St Kilda 26-12-2016
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