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The Lyrics

Midi at
Its way after midnight
Another early christmas morn
Toolbox beside me
My patience is worn

My back is aching
My arms are gettin' tired
Cursing those three words
"Some assembly required"

I'm just Dad
I'm not Santa
Where's the hell's that bolt I had
This part don't belong here

Seat doesn't fit right
Where's the screw that fits this hole
I put on the tires
But the damn thing won't roll

On sale at Wal-Mart
Looked so good in the rack
The day after Christmas
Gonna take this mother' back

I'm just Dad
I'm not Santa
Where the hell's that bolt I had
This part won't go on here

If I ever see that salesman again
I'll grab a bat and make him run run run ruuuuuuu uuuuuuu uuuuuuuuun
Ruuuuuu uuuu uuuuu uuuuuuuuun

But I gotta make you happy
See that smiling face again
Stay up til it works right
Probably til daylight

Cause I'm your Dad
I'm your Santa
Anything to make you glad
That you belong here
You'll always belong here...

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