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Performed under the pseudonym "Dancer, Prancer and Nervous, the Singing Reindeer". 13 on Billboard's Christmas Singles chart in December 1964, and charted again in December 1968.

Later covered by Melissa Etheridge (1994), The Polyphonic Spree, Celine Dion (1997), The Idols, The Alarm, Neil Diamond, the Street Drum Corps feat. Written by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin, and introduced in the 1944 film Meet Me in St. Written by Johnny Marks in 1962, and first recorded by The Quinto Sisters.

Issued as a 2-disc (in a foldout picture sleeve) 78 rpm set on Mercury Records' Miniature Playhouse children's series (songs on the set are "The Night Before Christmas"/"Santa's Toy Shop"/"Up on the House Top"/"Deck The Halls"/"Jingle Bells"). Sometimes subtitled "Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire", but originally subtitled "Merry Christmas to You." Re-recorded by Nat King Cole in 19.

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A parody of Dragnet and the follow-up to Freberg's No. The song is a medley including "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen" and a hard rock version of "Carol of the Bells".

First released in 1995 on the Savatage album Dead Winter Dead, but the same recording was re-released in 1996 as a track on the Trans-Siberian Orchestra album Christmas Eve and Other Stories.

Title song from the TV movie starring Whoopi Goldberg.

Written and produced by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff.

Written by Geldof and Midge Ure of the British rock band Ultravox. 1 single on the UK singles chart in 1984, and re-recorded on two other separate occasions: Band Aid II in 1989 and Band Aid 20 in 2004.

A medley of this song with "Mary Had a Baby" was a hit for Vanessa L. Originally recorded in 1979, new versions were released in 19. 1 on the Billboard Christmas singles charts during the Christmas seasons of 1983–1985, Peaked at No.

The Herald Angels Sing"/"Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"/"The Christmas Song"/"White Christmas"/"Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer"/"I'll Be Home For Christmas"/"Winter Wonderland"/"The First Noël"/"We Wish You A Merry Christmas".

The B-side of the single was "New Year's Medley", a 7-minute, 17-second medley of new year's-related songs.

Novelty song which imagined Howard Cosell as Santa Claus.

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