I have a contention. "...He knows if you've been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake!" To be good for goodness sake implies that one should be good because the quality of being good is it's own reward- for the sake of goodness. This song, instead, seems to imply that one should be good for fear of reprisal from a gift bearing authority figure. I don't care for the discrepancy. What is this teaching our youth?