You Better Not Pout, You Better Watch Out?!?


Krista L.


Christmas is coming around the corner and that means Christmas songs are playing everywhere, especially on the radio, 24/7. So how well do you know your Christmas songs? Do you think that you can get all of these correct? To test your Christmas song knowledge, keep reading! (Answers will be on the online newspaper,

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas:

Here we are as in ­___________ days, happy ___________ days of ___________                                           friends who are dear to us. Gather ___________ to us once more, through the years ___________ be together if the ___________ allow.

I’ll Be Home for Christmas:

I’ll be home for Christmas, you can ___________ me. Please have ___________ and ___________, and ___________ by the tree. Christmas Eve will find you, where the ___________ gleams.

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town:

I just came back from a ___________trip along the ___________. Stopped off at the ____________ to spend a holiday. I called on dear old ___________, to see what I could see. He took me to his ___________and told his plans to me, so you better ___________out, you better not ___________.

 A Holly Jolly Christmas:

Have a holly, jolly Christmas, and when you ___________down the street, say ___________to friends you know and ___________ you meet. Oh, ho the ___________hung where you can


Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer:

You know ___________ and ___________ and Prancer and ___________, you know Comet and Cupid and ___________ and Blitzen, but do you ___________the most famous reindeer of all? Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer had a very ___________ nose. And if you ever saw it, you would even say it___________.

Silver Bells:

City ___________, busy sidewalks, dressed in ___________ style. In the air there’s a feeling of Christmas. Children ___________, people ___________ meeting smile after smile. And on every street corner you hear, Silver bells, silver bells, its Christmas time in the city. ___________, hear them ring.

Winter Wonderland:

Gone away is the ___________, here to stay is a ___________bird. He sings a ___________                      song, as we go along, ___________ in a Winter Wonderland. In the ___________we can build a snowman.