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Santa “Tax Man” – A Moodys Tax Christmas Poem

Santa “Tax Man” (The Moodys Tax version adapted from “Santa Baby” – a song performed by American singer Eartha Kitt with Henri René and His Orchestra and originally released in 1953. The song was written by Joan Javits and Philip Springer)

Santa Tax Man, just slip a little tax break for me
Been an awful good business owner
Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight

Santa Tax Man, incentives for employers too, to push through
I’ll wait up for you, dear
Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight

Think of all the tax breaks I’ve missed
Think of all the small businesses you could assist
Next year I could be oh so good
If you check off my Christmas list

Santa Tax Man, I want relief and really that’s not a lot
Been an angel all year
Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight

Santa Tax Man, one little thing I really need
Less greed, I’m already hurting as is

Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight

Santa Tax Man, and fill my stocking with refunds and cheques
Sign your ‘x’ on the line
Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight

Come and trim my Christmas tree
With some decorations bought by the CRA
I really don’t believe in thee

Let’s see if you believe in me

Santa Tax Man, just asking you for one little thing
Supporting, the business owners who make Canada great
Santa Tax Man, please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight
Please don’t hurry down my wallet tonight
Please don’t hurry, tonight