Monday, November 28, 2011

USA Christmas Carol CD GIVEAWAY!

Hi everyone!  It's time to play those wonderful Christmas Carols that we grew up on!  You will receive ONE of the Christmas Carol CD's from the picture above.  All you need to do is fill out the RAFFLECOPTER that follows!  Thanks so much and I hope you really enjoy listening to it.  Be sure to let me know when it arrives!  I'm not putting a delivery confirmation on it.  They all have the same carols on them!  





28 comments:

  1. Donkey song,grandma got ran over by a reindeer and 12 days of christmas

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  2. Thanks for this opportunity. My favorite Christmas carol is: Here comes Santa Claus, Silent Night.

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  3. I love God and I love to sing to him!

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  4. My fav is grandma got ran over by a reindeer!
    pits2love @ yahoo.com

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  5. I love the old celebrities, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby Perry Como, Doris Day I grew up hearing them and ,so did my kids. ut_oh_its_kim@hotmail.com

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  6. I always loved silent night when I was growing up

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  7. I always love "Here comes Santa Claus" :-)
    Thank you for the chance to win!!!

    (Fiona N)

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  8. "I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas"

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  9. Wow... the only Christmas Carols that are here are Christian ones gals. I hope you're not disappointed. The world has tried to commercialize CHRISTmas with all the cutesy songs and irreverent ones. The real carols are the ones that Christmas Carolers sing, people in the Church sing. That's what this giveaway is all about. The others are just "songs" about Christmas. Thanks for all sharing! It's interesting to hear what people enjoy. :o)

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  10. The Chipmunk Cd. - Christy E.

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  11. My favorite Christmas carol is Away in a Manger. I also love Silent Night and Hark the Herald Angles Sing.

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  12. one of my favorites as a kid was silver bells, because my mom had these silver bells with a blue bow she used to hang on the mantel.

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  13. Okay, I'll be honest...I always like Rudolph with all the silly little additions...
    "had a very shiny nose, like a lightbulb!" lol

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  14. I grew up in the 70's with the Rudolph cartoons being a huge highlight so I love all those all songs! But I am such a fan of Christmas, that I love each and every one of them!!! :)~

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  15. There were several songs I sung as a child...12 days of Christmas, Away in a Manger but, I guess if I had to pick a fav, it would be Silent Night .

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  16. Some of my fondest Christmas memories revolve around the music my older sisters played on the piano. Silver Bells, White Christmas, Jingle Bells, and many more. I will always love the old carols.

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  17. I've always liked Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, and Up on the house top when I was little. Now I like Silent Night and hark the Herold angels sing. Thanks for the giveaway !

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  18. My fav's were Rudolph, Silver Bells, Frosty, but now Amy Grant's Christmas cd (cant remember the name) is one of my favorites. Really I just love christmas music in general.

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  19. I love all Christmas songs and I listen to them all year round because everyday is Christmas to me because Jesus gives me the greatest gift LIFE!!! I grew up listening to OH HOLY NIGHT, COME ALL YE FAITHFUL, OH LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHAM, SILENT NIGHT, ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH, MARY DID YOU KNOW, SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN and many more! I just love them all!!

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  20. Love Silent Night! Thanks! sharonwilliams73@gmail.com

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  21. I suppose Jingle Bell Rock was a favorite..although I love all Christmas music!

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  22. I grew up to Here Comes Santa Clause, my MawMaw sang it all the time during Christmas!

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  23. Silent Night, Away in a Manger, Jingle Bells!

    frogz60@hotmail.com

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  24. Frosty the snowman, rudolph the red nose reindeer, silent night, the little drummer boy

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  25. Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg...
    Fingers crossed,
    Melissa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com

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