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Step Into Christmas Chords

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Step Into Christmas 
Music - Elton John
Lyrics - Bernie Taupin
Released as a UK single in November, 1973

This is my first one.  Hope you all enjoy!

Anthony Petrykowski

D
Welcome to my Christmas song
G                     D
I'd like to thank you for the year
       D
So I'm sending you this Christmas card
G                   D
To say it's nice to have you here
Em7              Em7/F#  G
I'd like to sing about   all the things
     Bm                A
Your eyes and mind can see
Em7           Em7/F#   G
So hop aboard the      turntable
Bm                           A
Oh, step into Christmas with me
D
Step into Christmas
Let's join together
G                             A
We can watch the snow fall forever and ever
D
Eat, drink and be merry
Come along with me
G
Step into Christmas
                A
The admission's free

Take care in all you do next year
And keep smiling through the days
If we can help to entertain you
Oh we will find the ways
So merry Christmas one and all
There's no place I'd rather be
Than asking you if you'd oblige
Stepping into Christmas with me

Step into Christmas
Let's join together
We can watch the snow fall forever and ever
Eat, drink and be merry
Come along with me
Step into Christmas
The admission's free
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