The Friday Five: Christmas Songs

Just for fun! Merry Christmas! 🙂 ❤

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Originally, I was going to make this “Christmas Songs With ‘Silver’ In The Title,” but after the first two I couldn’t think of any, so this is just a few Christmas songs that I’ve seen on other blogs, or favorites, or goofy tunes… Be patient, I have a cold.

Silver Bells – Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell This is from the 1951 movie The Lemon Drop Kid. The song had been written in 1950, so it was still new. William Frawley, who sings his own version of the song as “Gloomy Willie,” was also in the 1934 non-musical The Lemon Drop Kid with Lee Tracy and Helen Mack, though he played a different part.

Silver and Gold – Burl Ives From the Rankin-Bass Christmas special Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer. One of my favorite songs from that show.

Little Drummer Boy – Pentatonix Another beautiful rendition of a Christmas…

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