'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the firehouse
Not a creature was stirring, the coffee had run out
The mugs were all stacked on the counter with care
With nothing to fill them, the cabinets were bare
The rookies drove me crazy, then they fell asleep
After the captain made dinner, that was unfit to eat
With floors to be cleaned and gifts left to wrap
This was no time for a firefighter to even take a nap
When out on the street, screeching brakes made me leap
I laid on the couch and pretended to sleep
When what to my half-opened eye should appear
The big man in red, our Christmas Blend was here
I hopped right on up and hugged Fireman Santa
We grabbed us two mugs and exchanged some quick banter
We brewed us a pot, we drank and drank more
Then the elves from his truck showed up at our door
What could I do? I poured them all cups
To deprive them on Christmas would be quite messed up
We all drank a toast and then Santa’s crew had to go
To firehouses far and wide, so the coffee would flow
And I heard him exclaim as they rolled out of sight
Christmas Blend for them all and they’ll stay up all night!
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