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Toyland / March of the Wooden Soldiers is a song that first debuted in the Happy Holidays 2002 showtape. It is sung by Helen Henny.

Lyrics[]

Toyland, toyland

Little girl and boy land

While you dwell within it

You are ever happy there.

Childhood's joy land

Mystic merry toyland

Once you pass its borders

You can ne'er return again.

(March of the Wooden Soldiers part)

The toy shop door is locked up tight.

And everything is quiet for the night.

When suddenly

The clock strikes twelve.

The fun's begun

The dolls are in their best arrayed.

There's going to be a wonderful parade.

Hark to the drum!

Oh, here they come!

Cries everyone

Hear them all cheering!

Now they are nearing.

There's the captain stiff as starch.

Bayonet's flashing

Music is crashing.

As the wooden soldier's march

Sabers a-clinking

Soldiers a-winking

At each pretty little maid

Here they come, here they come.

(Here they come, here they come)

Wooden soldiers on parade

Daylight is creeping,

Dollies are sleeping,

In the toyshop window fast

Soldiers so jolly,

Think of each dolly,

Dreaming of the night that’s past.

When in the morning, without a warning,

Toyman pulls the window shade,

There’s no sign the Wood brigade was ever out upon parade.

(Toyland: high pitched part)

Toyland, toyland

Little girl and boy land

While you dwell within it

You are ever happy there.

Childhood's joy land

Mystic merry toyland

Once you pass its borders

You can ne'er return again.

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