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��1. Dashing thro' the snow,
2. A day or two a - go
3. Now the ground is white
����a one-horse o • pen sleigh ; thought I'd take a ride, Go it whileyou're young;
��O'er the fields we go, And soon Miss Fan-nie Bright Was Take the girls to - night, And
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Bells on bob-tail ring The horse was lean and lank ; Just get a bob tail'd bay,
��Laughing all the way; seat - ed by my side, sing this sleigb-ing song.
��Mak-ing spir - its bright ; Mis-fort -uneseetn'd his lot; Two-for - ty for his 6peed ;
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��fun it is to ride and sing A sleigb-ing song to- night I got in - to a drift- ed bank, And we, we got up- sot. hitch him to an o-pen sleigh, And crack! you'll take the lead.
��Jin - gle, bells ! jin - gle, bells 1
���Jin - gle all the way !
��Ob! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse o - pen sleigh !
��Jin-gle,bells!jin-glc.ln'lls! Jingle ail the way ! Oh ! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh !
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•Accompanied by Jingling glaMM. Copyright. 185V, by O. DlTSON & Co.
Copyright, 1857, by O. Piison & Co.
��Copyright, 1885, by J. Piebfokt,