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Welcome Christmas

by

Dr. Seuss



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This is the song that was sung by all the "Whos" in "Whoville" in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, which was released in 1966. The lyrics are meant to imitate Classical Latin. Dr. Seuss wrote the lyrics, which he copyrighted in 1957. (thanks, Mary - Phoenix, AZ)
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I love this version.It takes me back to my childhood.
- Jennifer Harris, Grand Blanc, MI
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