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November Jingle Bells

I know that some say it is wrong. "It makes Christmas season too long" To hear Jingle Bells played Before Autumn can fade, But I don't know one Thanksgiving song! Nov 14, 2022 Submitted for Tania Kitchin's A Fun Holiday Limerick Poetry Contest

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Date: 11/26/2022 7:43:00 AM
I have to agree that it seems Thanksgiving decorations, wishes, and celebrations diminish each year, taken over by Christmas. I actually received my first Christmas card this year before Halloween! Congratulations on your win Jesse! :)
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Date: 11/25/2022 12:45:00 AM
Good one, congrats!
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Date: 11/24/2022 10:45:00 PM
Very interesting, indeed! Congratulations!
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Date: 11/24/2022 10:37:00 AM
Jesse, this is cute and so true, except for Adam Sandler's Thanksgiving song, congratulations on your winning placement!
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Date: 11/24/2022 10:01:00 AM
oh I know a Thanksgiving sleighing song: To Grandmother's House we go! I think it was about Thanksgiving. Maybe I am wrong. Anyway. Love this lim. Congrats to you.
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Date: 11/15/2022 7:01:00 PM
Well, in that case, you are certainly entitled, methinks! Jingle Bells, Turkey Smells, All around the house... How about this one: 'We gather together to ask the Lord's Blessing. He hastens and chastens His Will to be known... Yeah, it's mucho, mucho archaic. But it is a T-giving song. Then there's 'Turkey in the Straw.' ... OK, I'll ut-shup now! ~ Gershon
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Jesse Rowe
Date: 11/15/2022 7:04:00 PM
If the meter allowed it I'd amend it to read one GOOD Thanksgiving song. LOL.
Date: 11/14/2022 7:41:00 PM
Ah, Jesse. Look up "Over the River and Through the Woods." A good one!
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Jesse Rowe
Date: 11/15/2022 3:33:00 AM
I know the song, but had only ever heard the Christmas version... perhaps that is part of the problem. Any holiday song just gets appropriated into a Christmas song. To be fair the beginning is talking about going through snow which definitely seems more of a December experience.