Monday Music: Snoopy’s Christmas

In New Zealand we always know when the Christmas season is upon us when we hear Snoopy’s Christmas on the radio for the first time.

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This year, for me, it was quite late – just last week. I think that it drives a lot of people nuts, but I find it quite reassuring. A bit of local tradition.  The song is by the group ‘The Royal Guardsmen’ who are in fact a US group.from Florida.

Snoopy’s Christmas

Another Snoopy v The Red Baron Song

And apparently Snoopy didn’t get The Red Baron the first time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDu95lVe74c

It is reassuring to know that Snoopy is still on the trail of bad guys in these modern times.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpFreidxEMs

Enjoy the music and Happy Christmas to all.

Brian

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5 thoughts on “Monday Music: Snoopy’s Christmas”

  1. Ahh Brian, I’ve not heard this for so long – I’m drowning in the nostalgia! I had the single (with great artwork, I seem to recall) many years in the past but it has long ago gone missing. Cheers Alan

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  2. Reblogged this on The Woolshed Wargamer and commented:

    It is Christmas time so a traditional seasonal song is in order.

    Happy Christmas to everyone who has taken the time to read The Wooldshed Wargamer Blog and who have encouraged me to get painting and wargaming. Thanks for your support and I hope to have lots of interesting stuff for you next year.

    Cheers
    Brian

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    1. Thanks for that. That song either drives people in New nuts or they love it to bits – it is only played on the radio at this time of the year.

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