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IT CAME WITHOUT PACKAGES, BOXES, OR BAGS


"Fa-who-for-ay; da-who-dor-ay; welcome, Christmas,

come this way; Fa-who-for-ay; da-who-dor-ay;

welcome, Christmas, Christmas day."

They continue, singing,

"Christmas day is in our grasp

so long as we have hands to clasp."


The Grinch can hardly believe his ears.

He begins to get furious, but then something happens.

He suddenly puzzles how Christmas came.

"It came without ribbons. It came without tags.

It came without packages, boxes, or bags."

Suddenly the Grinch realizes that Christmas

is about more than presents, or decorations,

or a feast.


He has a thought he’s never thought before:

"Maybe Christmas," he thought, "doesn’t come

from a store; Maybe Christmas perhaps

means a little bit more."


SOURCE: From "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" Dr. Suess (movie and book)

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