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Kersfees

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Daar was geskenke onder haar kersboom
Daar was rooi wyn net soos elke jaar
Daar was drome wat sy nog wou om soom
Want die gerafel maak haar lankal klaar

Daar was 'n reën bui net voor elf uur
Maar dit was ok want almal was al daar
En tussen opskep en twaalf uur
Het sy vergeet wie eintlik moes verjaar

Sien jy Sy asem teen jou ruite
Verstaan jy Hy staan vannag nog buite
En as Hy dan buite was, wie was jou eregas?
Laas Kersfees

Hy was altyd mal oor Kersfees
Die wyn en kos, familiekring
Hy voel nog altyd die kersgees
As sonneblom kom sing

Hy was voor twaalf oor sy limiet
Vol van rooi wyn en kaviaar
Terwyl 'n ster verskiet
Het hy vergeet wie eintlik moes verjaar

Sien jy Sy asem teen jou ruite
Verstaan jy Hy staan vannag nog buite
En as Hy dan buite was , wie was jou eregas?
Laas Kersfees

Sien jy Sy asem teen jou ruite
Verstaan jy Hy staan vannag nog buite
Was hy jou eregas, of was jy self verras?
Laas Kersfees

There were gifts under her Christmas tree
There was red wine just like every year
There were dreams she still wanted to hem
'Cause the unraveling long since drains her

There was a rain storm just before eleven o' clock
But it was ok, because everybody was there
and between dishing up and twelve o'clock
she forgot who actually had a birthday

Do you see His breath against the windows
Do you understand that tonight He's still standing outside
And if He was outside, who was the guest of honor?
Last Christmas

He was always crazy about Christmas
The wine and food and family circle
He always feels the Christmas spirit
when sunflower comes to sing

He was over his limit by twelve
Full of red wine and caviar
While a shooting star crosses the sky
He did forget whose birthday it really was

Do you see His breath against the windows
Do you understand that tonight He's still standing outside
And if He was outside, who was the guest of honor?
Last Christmas

Do you see His breath against the windows
Do you understand that tonight He's still standing outside
Was He your guest of honor, or did you entertain yourself?
Last Christmas