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Christmas Is Coming

Christmas Is Coming

Edith Nesbitt wrote the lyrics to this traditional Christmas round more than a century ago, and the song has been popular ever since. It reminds us that the Christmas season is one of charity and giving, a time to think of those less fortunate than ourselves.

It is a well known traditional carol talking about the meaning and symbol of Christmas: a time of celebration and goodness. It became popular in the 1960s when The Kingston Trio band included it on their album “The Last Month of the Year” titled “A Round About Christmas”.

“Christmas Is Coming” Lyrics

Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat
Please to put a penny in the old man’s hat;
If you haven’t got a penny, a ha’penny will do,
If you haven’t got a ha’penny then God bless you!

“Christmas Is Coming” Another Version

Christmas is a coming, The goose is getting fat
Won’t you put a nickel, In the old man’s hat;
If you haven’t got a nickel, Then a penny will do
If you haven’t got a penny, The God bless you.

Christmas is a coming, The snow is on the ground
Elves are wrapping presents, And cheer is all around;
Santa’s getting ready for, His sleigh ride tonight
Rudolph is the leader, With his nose so bright.

Christmas is a coming, Let’s decorate the tree
Hang up baby’s stocking, Make sure there’s one for me;
Mom is in the kitchen, Baking gingerbread
Daddy’s tasting frosting, his Mouth’s all green and red.

Christmas is a coming, The goose is getting fat
Won’t you put a nickel, In the old man’s hat;
If you haven’t got a nickel, Then a penny will do
If you haven’t got a penny, then God bless you.
If you haven’t got a penny, Then God bless you .

Frequently asked questions (FAQ's) based on “Christmas Is Coming”

Answer : There are so many ways by which anyone can wish the Christmas, with a simple wish, or card, quote, song, play note etc.

Answer : Yes we can say “Happy Christmas”. But “Merry Christmas” has been used since 1534. The English carol, “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” which was introduced in the 1500s, also uses the popular phrase

Answer : The modern Christmas tree, though, originated in western Germany.

Answer :  Santa Claus is 1,750 years old.

Answer : In Echo Nest music catalog found 914,047 Christmas tracks  that’s just under a million Christmas tracks.

Answer : Modern Tannenbaum Christmas trees are traditionally decorated in secret with lights, tinsel and ornaments by parents and then lit and revealed on Christmas Eve with cookies, nuts and gifts under its branches.

Answer : The evergreen fir tree has traditionally been used to celebrate winter festivals for thousands of years. Pagans used branches of it to decorate their homes during the winter solstice, as it made them think of the spring to come. Christians use it as a sign of everlasting life with God.

Answer : The practice of giving and receiving gifts at Christmas is a reminder of the gifts given by wise men to Jesus.

Answer : If you are talking about the character that came from the saint’s legend, “Santa employs the elves, but is not one himself. The elves are small; he is the big one.

Answer : The bad news: Santa Claus is definitely dead. Archaeologists in southern Turkey say they have discovered the tomb of the original Santa Claus, also known as St. Nicholas, beneath his namesake church near the Mediterranean Sea. Saint Nicholas of Myra was known for his anonymous gift-giving and generosity.

Answer : Christmas Symbols are Star, Stocking, Candy Cane, Poinsettia, Wreath, Evergreen Tree, Angels, Dove.

Answer : The Fraser fir is considered by many to be the perfect Christmas tree. It boasts attractive one-inch needles that are silvery-green and soft to the touch, making it the ideal varietal for families with pets or young children who tend to handle their tree.

Answer : Christmas is on 25th  December  is not the date mentioned in the Bible as the day of Jesus’s birth; the Bible is actually silent on the day or the time of year when Mary was said to have given birth to him in Bethlehem.

Answer : The real message of Christmas is about the incarnation of God; Emanuel, God with us. That is the central idea of Christmas. It is not just one of many things we can say about the birth of Christ, it is the key fact, the redemptive fact about Christmas.

Answer : The real message of Christmas is about the incarnation of God That is the central idea of Christmas.

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