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'Ave Maria'
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All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth Angels We Have Heard On High Auld Lang Syne Ave Maria Away in the Manger
Chestnuts Roasting on a Open Fire Christmas Bells Dance of the Sugarplum Fairies Deck the Halls Do You Hear What I Hear
Feliz Navidad Frosty the Snowman Good King Wenscalas Go Tell it on the Mountain Hard Candy Christmas
Hark the Herald Angels Sing Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Have a Holly Jolly Christmas I'm Getting Nuttin' For Christmas It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas Jingle Bell Rock Jingle Bells Jolly Ole St. Nick Joy to the World
Let It Snow Let There Be Peace on Earth Little Drummer Boy March of the Toy Soldiers My Marvelous Little Toy
No Place Like Home for the Holidays Oh, Come All Ye Faithful Oh, Christmas Tree O, Little Town of Bethlehem Pretty Paper
Santa Claus is Coming to Town Silent Night Silver and Gold Silver Bells Sing We Know of Christmas
So This is Christmas The First Noel The Most Wonderful Time of the Year The Twelve Days of Christmas Up on the Housetop
Walking in a Winter Wonderland Wassail Song We Three Kings We Wish You a Merry Christmas What Child is This (Greensleeves)


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For the kid in all of us.
Some very unusual and rare.

The Christmas I was 5, and my brother, Lynn, was 7, my parents wanted us to present a new
song we learned to our grandfather, who was a very stern, elderly gentleman. As we sang
"We Wish You a Merry Christmas", Grandpa interrupted us by saying we were
pronouncing our S's too strongly. As if on cue, Lynn and I looked at each other
and sang, "We wit you a Merry Chritma, we wit you a Merry Chritma...",
using no S's at all. My grandfather was delighted, laughing long and loud.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, everyone.