Christmas is coming and the Lord is born!
From attending the mass to placing socks for Santa to fill to place the Christmas tree or celebrations around the birth of Christ, we celebrate all Christmas in all its traditional glory since we were children.
What I liked most about this festival as a child was the part where we all gathered around the fireplace and sang Christmas carols that symbolized love, purity and in fact turned the whole world into a musical. There was the traditional Silent Night, Ave Maria, Deck the Halls and of course Jingle Bells; all accompanied by Rudolph, the reindeer with the red nose. But when I was growing up, I started to discover a very different kind of music; something that was a bit more nervous, certainly harder. The genre known for all guitar riffs, head butts and rebellious souls like Rock!
What interested me most in this Christmas Rock Combo was the fact that some of the most famous songs help us to list what we can do with regard to the things we have to do at Christmas.
Here is the list of things to do at Christmas (and the songs that function as musical memories):
Know Your Tradition
To understand the true meaning of Christmas, you need to know the different events that led to the festival. Christmas Song, by Dave Mathews Band, offers a musical interpretation of the life of Jesus from his birth to his death. You could not get a recital with more soul from the ‘greatest story ever told’.
Immerse Yourself in the Christmas Spirit
The traditional Christmas decorations, the crackling fireplace and the decoration and design of the entire living room have been the theme of the Carol Deck the Halls and a crazier, fun and slightly false version of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.
Enjoy the Snow (And the Cold)
Eagles, snowball fights and snowmen have been such an integral part of this festival that it is not complete until we have seen our breath in the cold, the nose is red and the hot chocolate is so welcome. A Great Grand Sleigh of The Killers reminds you of all this and more in a song that is euphoric and fills you with pure happiness.
Put on our stockings and leave milk and cookies for Santa. Bruce Springsteen celebrated this special tradition in his version that Santa Claus comes to the city. More Rock n Roll than Rock, I agree, but the best part is that you can sing as you prepare to receive the old favorite man of the world in red.
Christmas Time in Family
Listen to the Christmas song Hootie & the Blowfish and experience how this Rock song remembers feeling good you spend quality time with your family, remember the year that was and also pray for the health and happiness of your loved ones. .
Finally it’s time to switch off those old songs; Gather your friends and friends, click on some images and celebrate the season of coexistence. Waiting for this Christmas is the harbinger of happiness and joy for you. I wish you a Merry Christmas! and get Online Shop for the best selection of Wine Aerator with Free gift set online at low price in USA on Amazon.