Why yes, Amy. I'm doing just fine even though Christmas is only one week away in 2018.
I mean, Santa's going to be helping me out real soon, right?
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!
For people who grew up during the 1960s where you now exist, nostalgia surges to the forefront at Christmastime.
And songs play a major role in reviving these feelings.
Popular stars and singers of the 1960s have special television shows. I'm sure you've noticed that Christmas songs are everywhere and on every channel - I'm sure you've noticed too that there aren't many channels to choose from. Here's a few shows and songs popular in the 1960s:
The Bing Crosby Christmas Show
The Judy Garland Christmas Show
The Andy Williams Christmas Show
"The Christmas Song"
"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"
"What Child Is This"
"The First Noel"
Reminiscing with music is an important part of Christmas ...
... just as it has been for centuries.
SOME POPULAR CHRISTMAS SONGS AND ARTISTS OF THE 1960S
Santa Claus is Coming to Town - The Supremes
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Brenda Lee
Sleigh Bells - Gene Autry
Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
If Everyday Was Like Christmas - Elvis Presley
Winter Wonderland - Dean Martin
Frosty the Snowman - Patsy Cline
Merry Christmas - Otis Redding
O Little Town of Bethlehem - Elvis
Twelve Days of Christmas - Perry Como
Away in a Manger - Ed Ames
The Christmas Song - Alvin and the Chipmunks
Do You Hear What I Hear - Bing Crosby
Seems to me you're quite fortunate to have the opportunity to celebrate Christmas in the 1960s, Amy.
You're wondering if I'd like to revisit Christmas as a child in the 1960s?
Uh, maybe not.
Christmas wasn't always merry in my family when I was little.
But if I had the power to go back in time and change a few things?
Yeah, I'd do that in a heartbeat.
I'd try to make every Christmas,
"The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"