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Lyric
Song
Dashing through the snow, on a one horse open sleigh
Round yon Virgin Mother and Child
Where the treetops glisten / And children listen
Tis the season to be jolly / Fa-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-la
You better watch out / You better not cry
You know Dasher, and Dancer, and Prancer and Vixen
Sleigh bells ring / are you listening
Oh the weather outside is frightful
Just hear those sleigh bells jingle-ing / ring ting tingle-ing too
Sign your 'X' on the line, Santa cutie / and hurry down the chimney tonight
Glad tidings we bring / to you and your kin
Faithful friends who are dear to us / gather near to us once more
There must have been some magic / in that old silk hat they found
City sidewalks, busy sidewalks / Dressed in holiday style
The little lord Jesus laid down his sweet head
And heaven and nature sing
O come, let us adore Him
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Prospero año y Felicidad
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level 67
Dec 15, 2012
You should include Adeste Fideles as an alternative to O Come All Ye Faithful. It sounds so good in Latin: Adeste fideles Laeti triumphantes Venite, venite In Bethlehem.
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level 56
Dec 15, 2012
Agreed (as another Baltimorean).
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level 37
Dec 15, 2012
Agreed! (as a Texan)
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level 24
Dec 5, 2013
Agreed (as a Floridian)
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level 68
Dec 18, 2014
Agreed (as an Italian)
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level 21
Dec 18, 2014
Agreed! (as a Louisianian)
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level 33
Dec 21, 2014
Agreed! (as a Brit)
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level 35
Mar 30, 2015
Agreed. (as a Canadian)
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level 46
Jun 27, 2016
Agreed (as a New Zealander)
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level 47
Sep 18, 2016
Agreed (as a block of cheddar cheese)
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level 72
Dec 14, 2016
Agreed (as a Missourian) and HectorVortac, why didn't you just say, "Agreed (as a Wisconsinite)?" jk
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level 47
Dec 14, 2016
Disagreed (as a Michigander on an English-speaking website)
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level 3
Apr 25, 2017
Agreed (as a Serbian)
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level 46
Dec 16, 2017
Agreed (as an Irish person)
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level 28
Dec 16, 2017
Agreed (as an Asian who's from Hawaii who is not Hawaiian)
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level 72
Dec 17, 2017
Unaffiliated (as an Earthling).
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level 65
Dec 17, 2017
Agreed (as an atheist).
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level 66
Dec 18, 2017
Agreed (as an overlord from the 8th dimension, a/k/a Massachusetts)
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level 37
Dec 18, 2017
Agreed (as an Indianaian?)
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level 49
Dec 15, 2012
"... natum videtes, regnum angelorum, venite adoremos, venite adoremos, venite adoremos, dominum." Or something like that. Anyway, yeah, agreed, "Adeste Fideles" should be accepted. The Latin version of the song is at least as common as the English version, and I sometimes see the Latin name listed even in cases where the English lyrics are being used. (And while Quizmaster is at it, I see no harm in accepting "Stille Nacht" for "Silent Night" as well.)
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level 31
May 27, 2013
Also agreed. The Latin version is better.
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level 25
Sep 17, 2014
Agreed (as a dorky nerd)
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level 79
Dec 15, 2014
Definitely better, easier to sing as well!
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level 24
Dec 19, 2014
Well I disagree (English)
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level 61
Dec 19, 2014
Agreed! (as a Cape Codder)
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level 43
Dec 19, 2014
Agreed as a choir nerd. I couldn't even remember the English words lol
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level 60
Dec 20, 2014
If we're considering Latin, then the lyrics quoted should be in Latin too. If not then it's the English version!! And where is Personent Hodie?? and In Dulci Jubilo?
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level 26
Nov 21, 2017
I LOVE Personent Hodie! That was the first song I learnt at choir!
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level 43
Dec 20, 2014
Agreed (as an Englishman)
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level 40
Jan 9, 2017
Absolutely! Adeste Fidelis!
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level 43
Nov 18, 2017
Agreed here (as a pianist)
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level 60
Dec 16, 2017
Never heard of it (as someone who never heard of it)
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level 52
Dec 17, 2017
Agreed (as a Jew)
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level 27
Dec 18, 2017
undecided (as an agnostic)
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level 33
Dec 27, 2017
Agreed (as an agnostic Italian).
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level 2
Dec 15, 2012
what about jingle bell rock?
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level 55
Dec 19, 2012
Oh please no! I hate that song!
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level 67
Mar 19, 2014
But not as bad as "Holly Jolly Christmas"
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level 35
Mar 30, 2015
I like it. We do it with the kids at the library with, you guessed it, bells. We love it.
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level 50
Dec 19, 2012
It's hard to get the title while listening to OTHER Christmas songs at the same time. :)
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level 68
May 9, 2013
No "grandma got run over" ? Feliz navidad? when I lived in San Francisco, I swear those are the only two songs that were played.
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level 65
Dec 17, 2017
Feliz Navidad is on there now.
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level 31
May 27, 2013
Only missed Sleigh Ride... I knew the song, but couldn't think of the title.
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level 32
Dec 17, 2017
That happened to me with Merry Little Christmas. So infuriating.
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level 65
Dec 17, 2017
I'm not sure I ever knew the title of that one. For whatever reason it was never among the ones I learned as a kid. I've heard it around for years as an adult but never knew the name.
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level 40
Jul 12, 2013
what about "I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus, underneath the mistletoe last night?"
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level 58
Oct 18, 2013
away in THE manger is not acceptable?
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level 28
Feb 9, 2014
The correct lyrics and song title are "Away in a Manger".
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level 60
Dec 19, 2014
With all the other variations that are allowed, I think "away in the manger" should be accepted. I typed it twice, moved on then came back and sang the whole song still saying "the".
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level ∞
Nov 13, 2017
Away in the Manger will work now
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level 45
Aug 27, 2014
I went and played my CD with all of these on just after I finished this quiz... And it's August
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level 43
Sep 5, 2014
Got 'em all. My Grinch of a mother would be disappointed. She tried so valiantly to keep me from Christmas.
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level 72
Dec 11, 2014
Loved this. I hope you make another one.
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level 36
Dec 18, 2014
Great quiz - easy peasy!
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level 75
Dec 18, 2014
To which I say, happy second night of Chanukah!
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level 55
Dec 18, 2014
The clue for Silver bells has a typo: the second sidewalks actually says sidewaks (missing an 'l')
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level 50
Dec 18, 2014
Quizmaster, culd yoo axept Roodolf the Red-Nosed Raindear? Pretty pleeze? JUST KIDDING! Although to my embarrassment I did find myself starting to type raindeer--silly me.
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level 47
Dec 22, 2014
What about --, what about--..... what about every Christmas song ever made? Why didn't you include all of them?
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level 27
Jul 30, 2015
I always thought "Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire" was the name of the song. Shows what I know.
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level 21
Nov 4, 2015
100%, 1:43 remaining. I sing Christmas music all year long.
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level 47
Sep 18, 2016
+1
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level 36
Dec 16, 2015
It's 'busy sidewalks', not 'busy sidewaks'. I'm interested in what a sidewak is!
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level ∞
Nov 13, 2017
Fixed
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level 47
Sep 18, 2016
Yes, folks, there is more than one song tragically omitted from this quiz. So just ask for a sequel. From my own collection, 18 songs per quiz I could make at least 10 more quizzes. Some of them would be recognized by about 1%, but still.
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level 44
Nov 20, 2016
It was always my understanding that "Deck the Halls" was actually supposed to be "Deck the Hall" traditionally, but people just added the S. Don't really have a source though; my old band director taught me that.
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level 32
Dec 13, 2016
No fairytale of new York lyrics :(
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level 3
Apr 25, 2017
IM SORRY FROSTY!!!!! I COMPLETELY FORGOT ABOUT YOU
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level 71
May 9, 2017
Let it snow" has no reference to Christmas.
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level 72
Sep 13, 2017
But have you ever heard it sung at any other time of year?
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level 56
Nov 13, 2017
In the Summer, but then it's called Let It Rain...
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level 26
Nov 21, 2017
Could you add some more obscure ones, such as The Snow Waltz (Schnee Walzer) and/ or The Virgin Slumber Song, please? Just to provide a little more of a challenge ;) Great quiz!
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level 72
Nov 28, 2017
Can I recommend using the yellow box on this one. There are only so many popular Christmas songs and you can get most by guessing these.
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