Frosty The Snowman song Lyrics below was written by Walter "Jack" Rollins and Steve Nelson and first recorded in the early 1950's.

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Frosty The Snowman

 

Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul,

With a corncob pipe
And two eyes 
 
Frosty the snowman,
He was made of snow
know how he came


There must have been
Old silk hat.
For when they placed
He began to 

 

Oh, Frosty 
Was alive as
And the children 
And play just the

 
Thumpetty thump
Look at 

 He led them down
Right to the
And he only paused
He heard him

 

For Frosty 
Had to hurry
But he waved,
'Don't you
I'll be back

 
Thumpetty thump
Look at.

 
Thumpetty thump
Over the

  

 

 and a button nose
made out of coal.

is a fairy tale, they say,
 but the children
 to life one day.


 some magic in that
 they found.
 it on his head,
 dance around.

 

the snowman
 he could be,
say he could laugh
same as you and me.

 
 thump, (x2)
Frosty go.

the streets of town
 traffic cop.
 a moment when
 holler 'Stop!'

 

 the snowman
 on his way,
 goodbye saying,
 cry,
 again some day.'

 
 thump, (x2)
Frosty go.

 
 thump, (x2)
 hills of snow.



 

The tale of Frosty the Snowman is a classic Christmas song filled with winter holiday fun. It tells the story of an ordinary snowman with a button for a nose, and a pipe made out of an corncob, that magically came to life after having an old hat made of silk placed on his head. Frosty is described as a happy and jolly snowman who could speak, laugh, dance and play with the children as they squealed with delight "look at frosty go!". Frosty knows that his animated state won't last for long, he knew that the heat of the sun would cause him to melt away, so he urges the children to have some fun running with him into the village before he melts. The snowman runs around the village square with his broomstick in a game of "catch me if you can". As he goes down the street he is stopped by a traffic officer, Frosty pauses a moment then hurries off and waves goodbye to the children telling them not to cry since he will someday return, and he heads back over the snowy hills.