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  1. Here We Come A-Caroling: Deck The Halls: We Wish You A Merry Christmas: O Christmas Tree: Jingle Bells: The Twelve Days Of Christmas: The First Noel: Joy To The World: We Three Kings: O Come, All Ye Faithful: O Little Town Of Bethlehem: Away In A Manger: Silent Night: Birthday Of A King: Fum, Fum, Fum 'Twas In The Moon Of Wintertime: Angel Band.
  2. The greeting "a merry Christmas and a happy New Year" is recorded from the early eighteenth century. A closely related verse, dating from the s, runs: We wish you a merry Christmas And a happy new year; A pocket full of money, And a cellar full of beer.
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  8. Video Source "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" is a popular secular 16th century English carol from the West Country of England. The origin of this Christmas carol lies in the English tradition where wealthy people of the community gave Christmas treats to the carolers on Christmas Eve such as "figgy puddings" that were very much like modern-day Christmas puddings.

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