Original composition of “Jingle Bells” is James Lord Pierpoint
Who said that Christmas has to be boring? Come on! Let’s go to the extreme! Let’s have some fun! Join me in the most peculiar and funniest Christmas party ever! So, ok. Let’s go to countryside and take a peek how are they spending their Christmas this year. Can you see that funny guy with big belly on the right. Yeah, the one feeding a turkey to his doggy. His belly is so big, that he can’t even see his feet. And that little guy playing on banjo? See his enthusiasm? Like he was a king of a world. Oh and see that granny and grandpa dancing on the table? Everybody is cheering for them, hear that? Clap, clap, clap, clap… Christmas cake fight? Why not? We just wanna have fun. See that kiddo, he seems like having cream on his face is happiest thing in his life. Look around and feel the presence of all this people. Don’t you feel happy already?
Got tired with those sleigh bells in the christmas songs? Tired of hearing the same Christmas songs in the same style each year? “Santa’s Country Style” is a famous “Jingle Bell” song played with banjo, guitar, and glockenspiel. This track is an instant fun, which will catch your viewers attention. You can hear claps and stomps throughout the track which add more liveliness and fun. You may find several versions in this item:
- Full version: length – 1:32 (from 0:00 to 1:30 in preview)
- Without intro version: length – 1:19 (from 1:30 to 2:47 in preview)
- Full without vocal version: length – 1:32 (from 2:48 to 4:18 in preview)
- loop version: length – 0:30(from 4:19 to the end in preview)
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