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Kids tell Santa last minute wishes Friday in Longview

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LONGVIEW (KYTX) -- Santa Claus is coming to town tomorrow night, Christmas Eve. But today he made a stop in Longview. CBS 19's Abby Broyles was at the Longview mall today as kids made their last minute requests to the man with the bag.

It's a familiar scene in movies and at the mall every Christmas - kids of all ages lining up to bend Santa's ear.

"I want a PS3 and a 3DS," Jacob Kendall said.

A new puppy is always a big hit, and for Trinity Noll, it doesn't even matter what kind.

"I have no idea as long as it's a puppy," Noll said.

We ask 4-year old Melody Sparks what she wants for Christmas. She wants pink lipstick, and that's not all.

"A case for makeup and a case for lipstick," Sparks said.

While shoppers rush home with their presents, families line up all day long for pictures with Ol' Saint Nick.

Devisha Justice wants an XBox, but she's not too sure her brothers deserve much.

"They're naughty," Justice said.

This year, 8-year old Zack Keyes says it's 'go big or go home.'

"[I want a] dirt bike, and I want transformers, Wade Barrett and Chris Jericho... and a car," Keyes said.

Some kids bring gifts for Santa. Wyatt Lawson is hoping for every toy on his list.

"Toy Story 3 toys and Lion King toys," he said.

With pictures in hand, the kids leave excited for Christmas morning, to see what Santa's left under the tree.

Santa will be back at the Longview Mall Saturday until 6pm close.

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