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[song] Lil' Jesus Is Coming To The Town

2019. 12. 24. 00:30 | \English \parody \song \weirdly positive

In Hungarian tradition Santa Clause, a.k.a. Saint Nicolas, a.k.a. Sánta Miklós brings small present at 6th o' December, while on Christmas, the (literally "little", but usually translated as) Baby Jesus brings the presents. How? Why? Those are questions I can nor will not answer.

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