Sunday, December 25, 2022

Merry Christmas 2022

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Merry Christmas!

Fire D Cannon on D orders of D Major Johann Pachelbel.

Credit to Trans-Siberian Orchestra for the lyrics.

I'm sure I've heard this played in recent years, but this year it seemed to be in heavy rotation on the Internet station I was listening to at work. The funny thing about it is that when I hear it, it reminds me of something from a long time before TSO put their version on any album. I think this was used for TV commercials, specifically, diamonds and diamond rings, but I couldn't tell you what store. (They're probably not around any more.)

I only put the refrain in the comic because that's all I know and remember of the song. I looked up the rest, but I figured, this is what others might recognize, even if they didn't know the name of the tune was "Christmas Canon", based on Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major.

Again, have a Merry Christmas.

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