Barefoot Santa Claus Song Lyrics and Chords

Sonny James

 

Barefoot Santa Claus Song Lyrics and Chords by Sonny James

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]Barefoot Santa Claus
Recorded by Sonny James
Written by Robert F. Tubert and Sonny James
[G]Barefoot barefoot Santa Claus
[D7]Jumping on the roofs [G]without his boots
Barefoot barefoot Santa Claus
[D7]Happy in his big red [G]suit
The [C]reindeer [D7]couldn’t [G]believe their eyes
The [D7]stars were blinking [G]too
For [C]zooming [D7]through the [G]Christmas skies
Was [A7]Santa without his [D7]shoes
Now [C]Santa had to [D7]beat the [G]mornin’ sun
With a [D7]hey and a holler and a [G]hoot
But [C]he needed some [D7]help getting [G]his job done
And he [A7]had to give away his [D7]boots
Repeat #1
Now a [C]hint of [D7]dawn was [G]in the sky
[D7]With many a mile to [G]go
When [C]Tommy the [D7]newsboy [G]happened by
My [A7]story I’ll bet yo[D7]u know
Santa [C]called and [D7]Tom didn'[G]t even pause
With a [D7]hey and a holler and a [G]hoot
And he [C]worked so [D7]hard helping [G]Santa Claus
That [A7]he wore out his on [D7]boots
Repeat #1
The [C]sun came [D7]up but the [G]job was done
Be[D7]cause young Tommy [G]cared
His [C]thank you [D7]was a [G]special one
Santa [A7]gave him his boots to [D7]wear
The [C]reindeer [D7]couldn’t [G]believe their eyes
The [D7]stars were blinking [G]too
[C]Wiggling his [D7]toes and a-[G]heading for home
Was [A7]Santa without his [D7]shoes
Repeat #1

[D7]Happy in his big red [G]suit
[D7]Happy in his big red [G]suit[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Barefoot Santa Claus?
– The song Barefoot Santa Claus was sang by Sonny James.

 

Who is Sonny James?
– Jimmie Hugh Loden (May 1, 1928 – February 22, 2016), known professionally as Sonny James, was an American country music singer and songwriter best known for his 1957 hit, “Young Love”. Dubbed the “Southern Gentleman” for his congenial manner, his greatest success came from ballads about the trials of love. James had 72 country and pop charted releases from 1953 to 1983, including an unprecedented five-year streak of 16 straight Billboard No. 1 singles among his 26 No. 1 hits. Twenty-one of his albums reached the country top ten from 1964 to 1976. James was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1961 and co-hosted the first Country Music Association Awards Show in 1967. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

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