It’s our last episode of 2020! AKA the most phenomenal year that ever was. Join Tom, Ryan, Jacob, and returning guest Nate for a fun, nonspecifically topical, yet holiday-themed episode with discussions like our favorite (and least favorite) Christmas carols and when is the proper time to start (and stop) playing Christmas music.
We also dive a little deeper by determining the identities of our own personal ghosts of Christmases past, present, and future and what lessons we’d learn from them, along with our individual recaps of 2020 as we fill in the blank after the hashtag: #2020WasTheYear.
We hope you enjoy our latest HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR! episode below.
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What’s your favorite and least favorite Christmas carol? When should Christmas music start and stop? Who would be your own personal ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, and what lessons would they teach you? And finally, how would you complete the hashtag, #2020WasTheYear?
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Oooooh now we’re talking!
I agree with you about Feliz Navidad, Tom. Its not a bad song or anything but its just way overplayed. Seems like everytime I turn on a Christmas music station its always the one playing and it just feels like it keeps going and going and going and going.
My favorite song probably has to be “What Child is This?” Yeah its Greensleeves but man does it work well as a Christmas song. So beautiful and mysterious. Least favorites are “All I Want for Christmas is You” and “Very Next Day you Gave it Away” or whatever its called. All copies of those songs should be burned.
“What Child Is This?” is a solid pick. I also agree with my cohosts about “O Holy Night.” That “fall on your knees” is a killer line.