Holiday Word Scramble # 2

word scramble for the second signed Justin Hines cd first person to name this holiday song and leave it in the comments will get the cd

Grdnama got run oevr by a reednier.
Waiklng hmoe form our hsuoe Chmtsiras eve.
You can say trehe’s no scuh tnihg as Stnaa,
but as for me and grdnapa we beeilve.
She’d been drikning too mcuh eonggg,
and we begged her not to go.
But she fogrot her medtaciion, and she
streggaed out the door itno the sonw.
Wehn we fnuod her Chmtsiras moinrng,
at the snece of the acattk,
she had hoof-ptnirs on her foeherad,
and inctanimiring Cuals mkras on her bcak.

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