(sung to the tune of "O Little Town of Bethlehem")
“Oh Kazran Sardick, help us now,
Our spaceship plummets down.
We need the cloud bank cleared away
To safely land on ground.”
“Now, see, I run this planet,
And don’t care what you say.
The cloud bank stands, the ship will crash.
Now will you go away?”
The Doctor sees the miser stop
From hitting the poor lad.
The old man tries to stop himself
From being just like dad.
The Doctor travels backwards
To find out what went wrong.
And Sardick sees his hist’ry change,
It was such all along.
The Doctor shows him flying fish,
They have to sleep a shark.
To get it back up to the clouds,
They put it in an ark.
They meet the pretty lady
Who’s sleeping in the ice.
They hitch a carriage to the shark
And fly all o’er the skies.
On Christmas Eve, the Doc and boy,
On every passing year,
Take Abigail out from her box
And show her Christmas cheer.
Young Kazran’s deep in love now.
The young girl tells the truth.
Then Sardick cancels Christmas Eve,
Because he’s outgrown youth.
Now in the present, Amy goes
To show the ship’s distress.
The ship’s crew sings to give them hope,
But Sardick’s not impressed.
See, Abigail was dying
When she was put on ice.
The Doctor taught him life’s not fair,
His anger will suffice.
Oh Sardick, there’s behind you now
Your own self from your past.
The sight of him does melt your heart,
You’ll save the ship at last.
But the machine won’t listen,
Your spirit’s changed too far.
The only one who’ll clear the clouds
Is Abigail, your star.
Now Kazran Sardick’s made the choice
To waken his true love.
She’ll sacrifice her very life
To part the skies above.
The spaceship lands in safety.
The Doctor flies away.
And Kazran and his Abigail,
Together one more day.