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What is your favorite Christmas carol?

Asked at Free State Brewery, 636 Mass. on December 24, 2011

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It Came Upon a Midnight Clear.’”

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“‘O Come, O Come, Emmanuel.’”

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“‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ by Mariah Carey.”

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“‘Carol of the Bells.’”


Terry Sexton 6 years, 1 month ago

Had to look twice, Roe. Thought it was autie, but he would have said J & B.

Terry Sexton 6 years, 1 month ago

I haven't heard 'A Christmas Song' yet this season. Nobody can sing it like Mel did.

acouch 6 years ago

They were native Kansans back in town for the holidays.

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dr_k 6 years, 1 month ago

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Terry Sexton 6 years, 1 month ago

Ok, one more because I was given this Allan Sherman album for Christmas when I was kid. 12 Days of Christmas

"...a statue of a naked lady with a clock where her stomach ought to be..."

RoeDapple 6 years, 1 month ago

Not a Christmas song but a song about all my fellow shoppers and (myself). I'll let you figure out which one is me . . .

Jimo 6 years, 1 month ago

The Rebel Jesus - Jackson Browne, although the Chieftains had a fine rendition.

LadyJ 6 years, 1 month ago

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas songs

Ron Holzwarth 6 years ago

Carol? I don't like Christmas Carols at all. And, it's all because I used to care a lot about a certain woman named Carol. My life would have been ever so much better if I had never met her. But she was lots of fun to know, I just didn't realize what the cost of that was going to be.

Ron Holzwarth 6 years ago


But no, I'm SURE I'll never call her again! Not after THAT!

This is an exact transcription of the last part of our very last telephone conversation on June 21, 1985:

Carol: "If you don't call me back and tell me you love me, you'll never see me or S. again!"

Me: "OK."

Carol: "OK, bye."

Me: "Bye."


Ron Holzwarth 6 years ago

Correction: Insert "ever" in front of "again".

Fossick 6 years ago

O Holy Night, as played by Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Or sung by Eric Cartman.

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