What Christmas carol brings back fond memories of Christmas past?
The first song that comes to mind and also brings back the most memories is O' Holy night playing in all of the old department stores and small shops in my town. With the snow falling and the crisp cold air of winter. Great memories.
When I was a girl, my mom bought a Bing Crosby Christmas album. It had a lot of the old standards and a few new ones I had not heard. I think my favorite one is I'll Be Home for Christmas. When I hear it, or any on that album, it brings back warm feelings--but also sad feeling for a time long past.
Oh Come All Ye Faithful, brings back memories of Christmas celebrations at School. Silent Night reminds of the days gone by when we lived in a more peaceful world and more people took part in Christmas celebrations. These days lots of people just let Christmas go by without taking the time to celebrate....So yeah these two bring back memories of those really traditional festivities that we don't see much any more...
Away in a Manger - this is just a great christmas carol for innocent young voices.
by Rosie Rose 6 years ago
What Christmas carol or song touch your heart the most?The first time I heard "Red Shoes" by Newsong, I almost sob. It still touches my heart deeply whenever I hear it. What about you?
by Imogen French 4 years ago
What is your favourite Christmas carol?It is that time of year again, and everywhere I go I hear Christmas tunes and carols. I used to love singing them as a child, but rarely do now. My favourites were Good King Wenceslas and In the Bleak Midwinter. Do you have a favourite?
by Caroline Paulison Andrew 7 years ago
What is your favorite Christmas carol?
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
Describe a moment in your Christmas past which you love to relive.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
What was actually wrong with the character "Tiny Tim" in A Christmas Carol?In the movie version, Tiny Tim has a crutch and sometimes a chronic cough. He is a very sickly child on the verge of death. However, due to the change of heart and the generosity of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tim survives....
by Brian L. Powell 6 years ago
I just got through watching "The Man Who Came to Dinner"; and, I realized it was one of those movies that I have to see around Christmas.
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