It’s In Every One Of Us – A Muppet Christmas Memory

What’s Christmas without the Muppets? (As my friend M-J over at Mary J Melange reminded me recently.) I posted this for Christmas two years ago in the days when almost no one was reading my blog. At M-J’s suggestion, I’m giving it another run.

Have a Muppety Christmas everyone!

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One of my fondest and strongest childhood memories of Christmas involves not a man in a red suit, a Christmas tree and presents but a green frog, a determined pig and a country lad in glasses.

My favourite Christmas album was (and still is) John Denver and The Muppets: A Christmas Together. It’s how I learned the story of Silent Night, it’s why I can never sing the ‘figgy pudding’ verse of We Wish You A Merry Christmas without the urge to start yelling “Won’t go!!” and it’s why whenever I sing The Twelve Days of Christmas and get to Five Gold Rings, I have to stop myself from adding “Ba Dum Bom Bom”.

My favourite song, though, is It’s In Every One Of Us. I’m not sure if I understood the words when I was ten, but it was lovely to sing. It’s still lovely to sing…

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