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8 thoughts on “ I Believe In Father Christmas

  1. The original "I Believe In Father Christmas" was released by Greg Lake, solo, in THAT is the version that will send chills up your back every Christmas Time. The ELP version released in is similar, but does not have the same beauty and impact as the original. It appears that there are two versions of the song on this ep/5(16).
  2. “I Believe in Father Christmas” is a song by English musician Greg Lake with lyrics by Peter Sinfield. Although it is often categorised as a Christmas song, this was not Lake’s intention.
  3. Lyrics to 'I Believe in Father Christmas' by Emerson, Lake & Palmer: They said there'll be snow at Christmas They said there'll be peace on Earth But instead it just kept on raining A veil of tears for the Virgin birth I remember one Christmas morning.
  4. I Believe in Father Christmas Lyrics: They said there'll be snow at Christmas / They said there'll be peace on Earth / But instead it just kept on raining / A veil of tears for the virgin birth.
  5. Lake says that he does believe in Father Christmas (known in America as Santa Claus), and said of the holiday and his inspiration for the song: "For me as a child, it was the visual image of peace on earth and goodwill toward men. It was the symbol of generosity and feeling good and all those things.
  6. Christmas was a time of family warmth and love. There was a feeling of forgiveness, acceptance. And I do believe in Father Christmas.” In another interview with ‘Uncut’ Gregory told the story of this Christmas song, he said: “I wrote it in my house in west London.
  7. I believe in Father Christmas is a testament to a true belief as opposed to a hypocritic one. As he said "I do believe in Father Christmas" and I also do. This song has become a timeless expression of a feeling I think many of us have.

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