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Author Name: Freeramonathompson 0 Comments
Date Added: December 19, 2006 18:12:27 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Santa Jaws
*to the tune of Santa Claus Is Coming To Town*

You better watch out
Or you're gonna die
You better not doubt
I'm telling you why
Santa Jaws is coming to eat you alive

He sees you when you're surfing
He knows how to make you shake
He wants to know if you taste
Bad or good
So you better get out of the water fast
For your asses sake

You better watch out
Or you'll gonna die
You better not doubt
I'm telling you why
Santa Jaws is coming to eat you alive

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