Donde Esta Santa Claus

Album: Ultimate Christmas Album Vol. 2 (1958)
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Songfacts®:

  • Augie was a child actor who appeared on Broadway in musicals including Jamaica.
  • Augie recorded this holiday single for MGM Records. "Donde Esta Santa Claus" is Spanish for "Where Is Santa Claus?" >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jeff - Boston, MA, for above 2

Comments: 5

  • Randy from Idaho Falls, IdCharo cut the song as a single for the Salsoul label circa 1978.
  • Greg from Alsip, IlTHANKS A MILLION. For several decades now Ive been trying to find out who did that song. Christmas is complete now.
  • Patrick from Tallapoosa, GaWas referenced by Cheech Marin on the Cheech & Chong skit "Santa Claus & His Old Lady"
  • Howard from St. Louis Park, MnA holiday hit with a Latin beat
  • Mike Singer from Gainesville, FlThis song has been covered by Guster for a Christmas album.
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