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Favorite Christmas Songs

What are some of your favorite Christmas songs? Mine is Joy to the Lord. Care to share?

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"Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"
---Single_Kris_Kringle on 12/13/07


"Chestnuts Roasting On an Open Fire"
---Single_Kris_Kringle on 12/13/07


My favorites are Do You Hear What I Hear and The Little Drummer Boy.
---melia4558 on 12/10/07


Mine are "O Holy Night" (aka Fall on Your Knees) and Mary Did You Know? I get goose-bumps just thinking of those two. :-)
---Holly4jc on 11/30/07


"Do You Hear What I Hear?"
---Greyrider on 11/29/07




my favorite song I like and I have many, but here r some: New Shoes, All I want 4 Christmas, and Dear Mr. Jesus.
---Ann on 11/28/07


Silent Night and Oh Holy Night are definitely the top two for me.
---Caring on 11/27/07


No Jack, I hadn't forgotten the refrain. I was just pointing people to the opening words knowing that those who don't know it can look in up in its entirety. I think that the majority will have heard it though.
---RitaH on 11/27/07


It's an unorthodox choice, but I really like the Chieftains' "The Rebel Jesus".

It's about how the mercenary aspects of the holiday season go against the true meaning of Christmas and Christianity.

What makes it unorthodox, though, is that it is sung in the point of view of a (Not-Christian-But-Still-Pro-Christ) Pagan.

Mind you, I didn't say it was a *carol*. :)
---Nancy on 11/26/07


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This one is beautiful. The first verse is:-
Angels from the realms of glory,
Wing your flight o'er all the earth,
Ye who sang creation's story
Now proclaim Messiah's birth:**

Don't forget the refrain (called by ignorant people "chorus"): Gloria in excelsis Deo.
---Jack on 11/26/07




This one is beautiful. The first verse is:-
Angels from the realms of glory,
Wing your flight o'er all the earth,
Ye who sang creation's story
Now proclaim Messiah's birth:
I also love In the Bleak Mid Winter, especially the last verse which states that He wants our hearts more than any other gift.
---RitaH on 11/24/07


** I think it is called "Fall on Your Knees" and Silent Night.**

You're thinking of the French song "Minuit Chretien", generally sung as "O Holy Night" in English.
---Jack on 11/23/07


I think it is called "Fall on Your Knees" and Silent Night.
---Whisper on 11/23/07


Your Nativity, O Christ our God, has shone on the world the light of wisdom, for by it those who worshipped the stars were taught by a star to worship You, the Sun of Righteousness, and to know you, the Orient from on high. O Lord, glory to you.

This was composed in the 5th century.
---Jack on 11/22/07


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