Dr. Deas’ Soul Santa song

| December 20, 2013

Brook Benton sings a Christmas song written by Dr. Gerald Deas, recorded in 1971.

(image courtesy AllMusic.com)

(image courtesy AllMusic.com)

 

Since nobody’s seen Santa on Christmas
When he steals down the chimney with care
Wouldn’t it be so revealing
If Santa had BLACK KINKY HAIR

I know his cheeks wouldn’t be rosy
But you could tell it was cold
When you saw his red underwear peeking
Over his SOULFUL JELLY ROLL

Now Santa is a fine soul brother
He loves all his fellow man
He’ll do almost anything for you
At least all that he can

No matter what he looks like
No matter what you’ve been told
There’s one thing about your Santa
He has that thing called SOUL!

 

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