The Christmas Song

Are you ready to get into the holiday spirit? Look no further than “The Christmas Song” by The Drifters. This timeless classic was released in 1989 and has been a staple of Christmas playlists ever since.

The Drifters, known for their smooth harmonies and soulful sound, bring a unique twist to this beloved holiday tune. Their rendition of “The Christmas Song” captures the warmth and joy of the season, making it the perfect soundtrack for cozy nights by the fire and festive gatherings with loved ones.

Originally written by Mel Tormé and Bob Wells in 1945, “The Christmas Song” has become one of the most recorded Christmas songs of all time. Its composition history is as fascinating as the song itself. Legend has it that Tormé and Wells wrote the song on a hot summer day in an effort to cool down. Little did they know that their creation would go on to become a holiday classic.

The lyrics of “The Christmas Song” paint a vivid picture of the holiday season, with references to chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, and carolers singing in the snow. It’s a nostalgic and heartwarming song that captures the magic and nostalgia of Christmas.

If you’re looking to add some holiday cheer to your playlist, be sure to check out “The Christmas Song” by The Drifters. You can listen to it here.

For more holiday classics from The Drifters, be sure to check out their album “Christmas With The Drifters.” You can find it here.

So, grab a cup of hot cocoa, cozy up by the fire, and let the soothing sounds of The Drifters’ “The Christmas Song” transport you to a winter wonderland. Happy holidays!

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The Christmas Song – The Drifters lyrics

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Chestnuts roasting on an open fireJack Frost nipping at your noseYule-tide carols being sung by a choirAnd folks dressed up like Eskimos.
Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoeHelp to make the season brightTiny tots with their eyes all aglowWill find it hard to sleep tonight.
They know that Santa’s on his wayHe’s loaded lots of toys and goodies on his sleighAnd every mother’s child is gonna spyTo see if reindeer really know how to fly.
And so I’m offering this simple phraseTo kids from one to ninety-twoAlthough it’s been said many times, many waysMerry Christmas to you

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