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Christmas Quiz: Finish that song lyric

Complete the lines from these noted Christmas songs.

1. “Santa Baby...

2. “There’s no place like home...

3. “Away in a manger...

4. “I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus...

5. “They never let poor Rudolph...

6. “There’ll be parties for hosting...

7. “Silent Night. Holy Night. Son of God...

8. “Feliz Navidad. Feliz Navidad. Feliz Navidad...

9. “As with gladness, men of old...

10. “Field and fountain, moor and mountain....

11. “They looked up and saw a star...

Song Lyrics Answers

1. “Hurry down the chimney tonight” from “Santa Baby.”

2. “for the holidays” from “There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays.”

3. “no crib for a bed” from “Away in a Manger.”

4. “underneath the mistletoe last night” from “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus.”

5. “join in any reindeer games” from “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

6. “marshmallows for toasting” from “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

7. “love’s pure light” from the third verse of “Silent Night.”

8. “Prospero aņo y felicidad” from “Feliz Navidad.”

9. “did the guiding star behold” from “As With Gladness, Men of Old.”

10. “Following yonder star” from “We Three Kings of Orient Are.”

11. “Shining in the east beyond them far” from the second verse of “The First Noel.”


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