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Da Night Bafo Christmas
Da Night Bafo Christmas by Auntie Kaiwaakalaninakaole
Was da night bafo' Christmas, and all ova' da place,
Da stockings was hangin' on top da TV
Da kids stay all crashed, my old man too.
So me, I stay pickin' up alla dea toys,
I run to da window, I open 'em up,
And den, I no can ba-lieve what I seen!
Dis fat haole guy get his reindeers my yard!
So I wait 'till he pau tie up his reindeer,
An' I tell 'em firs ting, when I open da door,
He take off his boots, he tell, "You know who I am?"
He make mempachi eyes den he go, "Ho, ho, ho!"
He look like my Tutu, but little less weight,
He stay all in red, specially his nose,
But him, he no care; he just smile at me,
I tell 'em, "Eh, brah, no need make li'dat,
Den, outa his bag, he pull one new computah,
He try fo' fill up da Christmas socks too,
When he pau, I tell 'em, "Eh Santa, try wait!
But he nevah like hang, he had so much fo' do;
So I wave 'em goodbye, and I flash 'em da shaka, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shaka_sign )
When he hear dat, he stop...and I telling you true,
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Mele Kalikimaka from you Hawaii Real Estate Professor!!
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