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We Wish You A Merry Christmas Lyrics. Version 1. We wish you a merry Christmas We wish you a merry Christmas We wish you a merry Christmas And a Happy New Year. Good tidings we bring to you and your kin We wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Now bring us some figgy pudding Now bring us some figgy pudding Now bring us some figgy pudding And bring some out here. And we won't go until we've got some We won't go until we've got some We won't go until we've got some So bring some out here.
TAGGED AS: holiday music. Away in a Manger" is a religious Christmas carol first published in an 1885 Lutheran Sunday School book by James R. Murray (March 7, 1841 - March 10, 1905), the author of the first two stanzas is unknown. The tune commonly used in the United States was written by James R. Murray and first published in 1887.
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Nothing says "Merry Christmas" better than a group of people singing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" together. Perhaps the most folk-friendly version on record of We Wish You A Merry Christmas came from the collaborative album John Denver made with the Muppets. However, a number of other artists have recorded the song through the years, from Japanese punk outfit Shonen Knife to indie pop band Weezer, not to mention a number of choruses and symphonies. The song’s most popular mode of performance, however, remains that of the nameless, fameless Christmas caroler, who continues to go door to door each and every holiday season.
|A1||–Eddy Arnold||Silent Night||2:01|
|A2||–Porter Wagoner||Frosty The Snowman||2:11|
|A3||–Dottie West||Blue Christmas||2:13|
|A4||–Charley Pride||Deck The Halls||1:51|
|A5||–Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass||The Christmas Song||2:26|
|A6||–Jim Reeves||Jingle Bells||1:48|
|B7||–Jim Reeves||White Christmas||3:11|
|B8||–Floyd Cramer||Jingle Bell Rock||2:06|
|B9||–The Anita Kerr Singers||God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen||1:21|
|B10||–Chet Atkins||Winter Wonderland||2:47|
|B11||–Hank Locklin||Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer||2:07|
|B12||–George Beverly Shea||Joy To The World||2:16|