Tuesday, 23 December 2008

Almost there

We all need a little Christmas cheer - 12 Crazy days of Christmas are almost over . I saw this on Rhubarb whine and I loved it ...hope you enjoy it too.

Last year I posted this the funniest 12 days of Christmas and I want to share it again.It's brilliant.

This is an acappella group 'Straight No Chaser' from Indiana University singing a fantastic fun version of “Twelve Days of Christmas”. They are amazing at how they keep their parts straight in this. Included are a bit of “12 Days”, “Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer”, “Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel”, ”Santa Claus is coming to Town”, “Deck the Halls”, “Carol of the Bells”, “The Boar’s Head Carol”, and wraps up with “12 Days” sung to the tune of “Africa” by the band Toto.

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Debbie said...

That was just the bit of Christmas cheer and chuckles I needed! Thanks. And have a wonderful Christmas.

~Jess said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog.

I'm at work, so I couldn't get the sound, but it certainly looks like a funny clip. I'll watch it again later on.


christina said...

I love that video! Cheers me up every time I see it.

Merry Christmas!!


theworms said...

Thanks for the laugh. And double thanks for the prayer and the comment.

May your Christmas and New Year be filled with wonderful things.


Lori's Light Extemporanea said...

Oh that is just so hysterical! PLUS (and I thank you for this), I finally know that the name of that song is the Carol of the Bells. I've wanted my 13-year-old to learn it and I just didn't know the name of it to even get music for it.

Clio said...

the acapella video is really fun. I actually got that song in my head this morning and was making all kinds on funny things with it with DH. Except, i currently have a very crackly voice because of a flu...
happy holidays.

CTagsGirl said...

I absolutely LOVED the 12 Crazy Days video! :) I was just what I needed to see tonight after finishing the very last of my Christmas shopping!

Thanks for taking time to stop-by my blog. Have a very Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year!


Lassie said...

Thanks for sharing the acappella group from Indiana. I've heard them in the past and was happy to be reacquainted!

Your boys are darling!

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