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From small mantle-top sets to full-size reenactments with people and live farm animals, the depiction of the evening after the birth of Jesus is an icon of the season that far predates the the candy cane or sleigh bells.
Carolers sing, sleigh bells ring and chestnuts roast on an open fire every year during HOLIDAY NIGHTS IN GREENFIELD VILLAGE, which will be reaching a crescendo this holiday weekend.
The song has an energetic 50s jazz feel to it, with a full band, trumpet and sleigh bells behind Alan's voice.
Jingle Bells was originally written by a beloved Medford, Mass. man named James Lord Pierpont in 1850, while sitting in a tavern and feeling cheery feels about the sound of sleigh bells outside.
With nary an elf nor a sleigh bell in sight, Who would stay up, all alone, all the night?
Even better, 49% of the songs included sleigh bells.
Sing-alongs, the aroma of sugar cookies, classic movies, shoppers rushing to and fro, sleigh bells ringing, and the perfect pine.
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