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In a message dated 12/22/99 8:07:27 AM Central Standard Time, 
Christine.Sonnier@CIGNA.COM writes:

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 > >    SANTA
 > >
 > >   Snowflakes softly falling
 > >   Upon your window they play
 > >   Your blankets snug around you,
 > >   Into sleep you drift away.
 > >
 > >   I bend to gently kiss you,
 > >   when I see that on the floor
 > >   there's a letter, neatly written
 > >   I wonder who it's for.
 > >
 > >   I quietly unfold it
 > >   making sure you're still asleep,
 > >   It's a Christmas list for Santa
 > >   one my heart will always keep.
 > >
 > >   It started just as always
 > >   with the toys seen on TV,
 > >   A new watch for your father
 > >   and a winter coat for me.
 > >
 > >   But as my eyes read on
 > >   I could see that deep inside
 > >   there were many things you wished for
 > >   that your loving heart would hide.
 > >
 > >   You asked if your friend Molly
 > >   could have another Dad;
 > >   It seems her father hits her
 > >   and it makes you very sad.
 > >
 > >   Then you asked dear Santa
 > >   if the neighbors down the street
 > >   could find a job, that he might have
 > >   some food, and clothes, and heat.
 > >
 > >   You saw a family on the news
 > >   whose house had blown away,
 > >   "Dear Santa, send them just one thing,
 > >   a place where they can stay."
 > >
 > >   "And Santa, those four cookies that
 > >   I left you for a treat,
 > >   Could you take them to the children
 > >   who have nothing else to eat."
 > >
 > >   "Do you know that little bear I have
 > >   the one I love so dear?
 > >   I'm leaving it for you to take
 > >   to Africa this year".
 > >
 > >   "And as you fly your reindeer
 > >   on this night of Jesus' birth,
 > >   Could your magic bring to everyone
 > >   goodwill and peace on earth".
 > >
 > >   "There's one last thing before you go,
 > >   so grateful I would be,
 > >   if you'd smile at Baby Jesus
 > >   in the manger by our tree."
 > >
 > >   I pulled the letter close to me'
 > >   I felt it melt my heart.
 > >   Those tiny hands had written
 > >   what no other could impart.
 > >
 > >   "And a little child shall lead them,"
 > >   was whispered in my ear
 > >   As I watched you sleep on Christmas Eve
 > >   while Santa Claus was here.
 > >
 > >
 > >   If this warms your heart, then send it to anyone else you know that
 > >   might need a little "melting".
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> >    SANTA
> >
> >   Snowflakes softly falling
> >   Upon your window they play
> >   Your blankets snug around you,
> >   Into sleep you drift away.
> >
> >   I bend to gently kiss you,
> >   when I see that on the floor
> >   there's a letter, neatly written
> >   I wonder who it's for.
> >
> >   I quietly unfold it
> >   making sure you're still asleep,
> >   It's a Christmas list for Santa
> >   one my heart will always keep.
> >
> >   It started just as always
> >   with the toys seen on TV,
> >   A new watch for your father
> >   and a winter coat for me.
> >
> >   But as my eyes read on
> >   I could see that deep inside
> >   there were many things you wished for
> >   that your loving heart would hide.
> >
> >   You asked if your friend Molly
> >   could have another Dad;
> >   It seems her father hits her
> >   and it makes you very sad.
> >
> >   Then you asked dear Santa
> >   if the neighbors down the street
> >   could find a job, that he might have
> >   some food, and clothes, and heat.
> >
> >   You saw a family on the news
> >   whose house had blown away,
> >   "Dear Santa, send them just one thing,
> >   a place where they can stay."
> >
> >   "And Santa, those four cookies that
> >   I left you for a treat,
> >   Could you take them to the children
> >   who have nothing else to eat."
> >
> >   "Do you know that little bear I have
> >   the one I love so dear?
> >   I'm leaving it for you to take
> >   to Africa this year".
> >
> >   "And as you fly your reindeer
> >   on this night of Jesus' birth,
> >   Could your magic bring to everyone
> >   goodwill and peace on earth".
> >
> >   "There's one last thing before you go,
> >   so grateful I would be,
> >   if you'd smile at Baby Jesus
> >   in the manger by our tree."
> >
> >   I pulled the letter close to me'
> >   I felt it melt my heart.
> >   Those tiny hands had written
> >   what no other could impart.
> >
> >   "And a little child shall lead them,"
> >   was whispered in my ear
> >   As I watched you sleep on Christmas Eve
> >   while Santa Claus was here.
> >
> >
> >   If this warms your heart, then send it to anyone else you know that
> >   might need a little "melting".
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