Jet - Back Door Santa

NME.COM feature on Jet - Back Door Santa album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.

Release date: 30 November 2002

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Jet - Back Door Santa: Wikipedia Album Entry

I'm your back door Santa,
I make my run at the break of day,
They call me back door Santa,
I make my run at the break of day.
I keep the little girls happy, while the boys are out to play.

Well I ain't like old Saint Nick, he don't come but once a year (once a year)
Well I ain't like old Saint Nick, he don't come but once a year.
I come runnin' with my presents, every time you call me dear.

I kept some change in my pocket, when the jumpin's goin' on,
I gave a few pennies, so we could be alone.
I kept that door open, in case anyone smelled a mouse.
'Cause Santa's in some trouble, there ain't no chimney in the house.

They call me back door Santa,
I make my run at the break of day.
They call me back door Santa,
I make my run at the break of day.

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