The song is well sung by this group. Very uplifting. but don't beat on me if i say this: The two dudes on the end of the group have strange, malevolent expressions on their faces. If I were to meet them in a dark alley, that might give me a scare. Then I might find myself in Christmas Hell instead of enjoying an song full of full of Christmas cheer. Tee hee :)Have a great weekend, Dixie! thanks for the nice song featuring talented singers.
Hi Dixie,That was lovely and the song had a nice ring to it. That was a true delight to listen to. That young lady is very pretty.My favourite sounds of the winter season is the sound of snow crunching under my boots!Take care, Dixie. I hope you had a peaceful, positive weekend.Gary :)
Hi Dixie. I really enjoy a capella singing and this is a great example.You may have seen this post: http://todiscoverice.blogspot.co.uk/2010/08/on-rocks.html Click here for Bazza’s Blog ‘To Discover Ice’
So beautiful and magical...I love how it sounds :).
Hey Kelly... I wondered about those myself...
Good one, Gary... snow crunching under your boots... wow!!!
Bazza, I haven't tired of listening to this one...yet.Thank you for the blog link; I'll have a look. Meanwhile... 'a capella makes me mella.'
unikornia... it does seem magical. I can feel the snow under me, and also falling from the sky. They make it come alive! Thanks dear heart.
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