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Christmastime’s a-comin’: Bluegrass, Ska, Cajun

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Bill Monroe sings Christmastime’s A-Comin’ (lyrics below), then Bob Marley sings White Christmas, followed by Harry Fonteneau with a Cajun rendition of Silent Night.

by Tex Logan

Oh, Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
And I know I’m goin’ home

Snow flake’s a-fallin’
My old heart’s a-callin’
Tall pine’s a-hummin’
‘Cause Christmastime’s a-comin’

Can’t you hear them bells ringin’, ringin’?
Joy, joy, hear them singin’
When it’s snowin’ I’ll be goin’
Back to my country home

Oh, white candle’s burnin’
My old heart’s a-yearnin’
For the folks at home when
Christmastime’s a-comin’, look out

Can’t you hear them bells ringin’, ringin’?
Joy, joy, hear them singin’
When it’s snowin’ I’ll be goin’
Back to my country home, oh, look out

Oh, holly’s in the window
Home where the wind blows
The cane foam’s a-runnin’
‘Cause Christmastime’s a-comin’

Can’t you hear them bells ringin’, ringin’?
Joy, joy, hear them singin’
When it’s snowin’ I’ll be goin’
Back to my country home, oh, come on, y’all

Oh, Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
And I know I’m goin’ home

Oh, Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
Christmastime’s a-comin’
And I know I’m comin’ home

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