The Christmas Shoppe

Way back behind the high street
Down a cobbled, old, dark road
Sits a place of awesome wonders
And Christmas presents by the load

It’s a little, tiny, Christmas Shoppe
It sits alone, with a small sign
It has sooty, frosted windows
And a door of painted pine

If you don’t believe in Christmas
Don’t carry Christmas in your heart
You’ll never find The Christmas Shoppe
It’d be a waste to even start
To look for Christmas Magic
In a store you will not find
For to see it, you must carry Christmas
In your heart and in your mind

It’s a place of magic and of wonder
It’s only there one month a year
But, if you aren’t a true believer
It’s just best if you steer clear

Nick and Holly are the owners
When I say owners, I mean staff
They show up each and every Christmas
And these two know how to laugh

The door will open to believers
It can tell, you may be shocked
It decides for whom to open
For non-believers it stays locked

If you don’t believe in Christmas
Don’t carry Christmas in your heart
You’ll never find The Christmas Shoppe
It’d be a waste to even start
To look for Christmas Magic
In a store you will not find
For to see it, you must carry Christmas
In your heart and in your mind

Once inside, the store is magic
It goes forever and a day
It’s full of presents like no others
It’s just a place you’d want to stay

Tell Nick and Holly your desire
What Christmas gift and tell them who
You would like to get this present
And they will find it fast for you

A gift for grand dad for his workshop
A special plate for your wife’s mum
No request cannot be answered
You get your wish each time you come

If you don’t believe in Christmas
Don’t carry Christmas in your heart
You’ll never find The Christmas Shoppe
It’d be a waste to even start
To look for Christmas Magic
In a store you will not find
For to see it, you must carry Christmas
In your heart and in your mind

The shelves are full of nothing
But, then again, you give your list
Then the shelves are full of wonder
And you see all the things you missed

The store is magic, that is certain
With gifts from many years gone by
It’s full of gifts lost over eons
To find them now, you wouldn’t try

There’s extra men for playing soldiers
Made of lead and painted up
There’s extra dice for snakes and ladders
And over there, a barking pup

As long as you are a believer
Nick and Holly, will come on through
They’ll find a doll from 1940
They’ll find a dress from back then too

If you don’t believe in Christmas
Don’t carry Christmas in your heart
You’ll never find The Christmas Shoppe
It’d be a waste to even start
To look for Christmas Magic
In a store you will not find
For to see it, you must carry Christmas
In your heart and in your mind

It doesn’t matter what you ask for
This store is full of what you ask
It knows exactly what you’re thinking
It is a portal to the past

The prices, are within your budget
There’s nothing here you can not buy
Even things now long forgotten
Nick sets the price, and not too high

The store shows up in every city
It’s for believers and that is all
the one’s who only think of retail
Well, they can do their shopping at the mall

There’s toys and games from floor to ceiling
books and clothes and gadgets too
The store, it changes every minute
The things it has are up to you

Nick and Holly work their magic
Making dreams come true again
The help you find your hearts desires
The magic works on all good men

You must believe to gain your entrance
It’s your one and only stop
You can find all you are wanting
At this little Christmas Shoppe

If you don’t believe in Christmas
Don’t carry Christmas in your heart
You’ll never find The Christmas Shoppe
It’d be a waste to even start
To look for Christmas Magic
In a store you will not find
For to see it, you must carry Christmas
In your heart and in your mind

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