A Song for a Snowy Palm Sunday

You can sing this to the tune of “I Believe in Father Christmas” by Greg Lake (there are also versions by Emerson, Lake, and Palmer and also by U2 that you may be familiar with):


I Believe in Snow at Easter


They said there’ll be snow at Easter
And snow on Palm Sunday too
At this moment I hear it falling
And there’s nothing that I can do

I remember Palm Sunday morning
In a springtime not long ago
With the peal of a bell and an Easter egg shell
And no need to be shoveling snow

They sold me a dream of Easter
They sold me a freezing night
I listened to the weather report
’till I believed its a blizzard alright

And I dreamed of the Easter bunny
And I envied his furry suit
’till I woke with a yawn in the first light of dawn
And dug out my old winter boots

I wish you a hopeful Easter
And a brave Palm Sunday too
May all snow plows and salters
Leave their garages early
and let your road be clear

They said there’ll be snow at Easter
Icy conditions throughout the week
Hosanna again, so stay warm now my friend
The Palm Sunday you get will be bleak


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