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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by sparklepig2002, Nov 24, 2011.
All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth
So do I, Cross post we'll go with yours.
Driving Home For Christmas (do we have the same Christmas CD?)then ROSB
if you like this game we could carry on after Christmas with non Christmas songs -what do you think?
ROSB thats a tricky one? Ring out Solstice Bells.
Easy one now
WITA (the theme of a Christmas short film that is on TV every year)
(maybe could continue the game throughout the year but with seasonal themes eg; Easter/Valentines Day/Summer etc?)
I think the Christmas theme gives us a chance to get it. After Christmas I would need a theme, or at the very least a clue. Anyone got ROSB yet?
It was Ring Out Solstice Bells. I think we're now onto WITA - Walking in the Air. Ah, I remember watching that as a student on TP with my class on a snowy day in February thanks to one of those new-fangled video recording machines that had just arrived in the school! It had been broadcast for the first time that Christmas.
Ding Dong Merrily On High
(I wanted to do 2000 miles but I wasn't sure whether to put 2M or TTM!)
Gaudete. Love that.
Do You Hear What I Hear
(I love Gaudete too!)
can we have a clue please
shazgo, what was your song?
I would like to know as well please.
And here's a (pretty obvious) song for New Year's Eve
(would also fit for Burn's Night)
Auld Lang Syne.
And another Burns song...
ooooh this is hard - another clue please
I searched through my book of Burns poems (whisky damaged after many Burn's Night celebrations) and drew a blank as well.
OK, here's the first line:
Here aroon' the ingle bleezin
It's for getting well and truly mauldlin over.
Sorry - I forgot to come back and see if anyone had got Lonely Pup (In a Christmas Shop), but I am happy to join in with New Year songs, although I have no idea what the current one is!
IFN - In Friendship's Name (WOW that took some searching )
Hopefully this one is easier
Its not a Scottish song but an Irish one (and famously "rocked up" in the 70s) but it does have a connection with Burns Night (albeit a rather loose connection).
PS is it possible to change the name of this thread to something like "seasonal songs"?
I dont know how to change the name of the thread-can any one else do it? Otherwise lets start a new thread