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Every Christmas Song In Two Minutes

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We all love a good Christmas song, but can we really be bothered to sit through all nine verses of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing? No, we cannot: we're busy people and we've still got presents to wrap and mulled wine to drink.

So, for all you busy people out there, Prairie Home Companion musical director Rich Dworsky compiled this excellent 'Short Attention Span' piano medley of famous Christmas tunes. It's done and dusted in a touch over two minutes and is guaranteed to leave you feeling at least a little bit festive.

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