Some more trivia questions about holiday songs!

It’s Christmas Eve…snow is starting to really come down, and Family Guy’s “Something Something Something Dark Side” is on the TV. Now how about some trivia questions about holiday songs?
1. Who sings with The Muppets on the 2012 song “All I Need is Love,” which is from their album “(name of person)’s Magic Moment?”


A scene from “A Muppets Christmas Carol.”

2. The song “Last Christmas” was originally a B-side on a single for what ’80s band, though many other artists have covered the song since that time? Bonus, name the song from the “A” side of the single.
3. “Baby It’s Cold Outside” features a man and woman singing back and forth who were originally personified in the score by what two respective animals?
4. What female sings “Winter Wonderland” on the 1987 compilation album “A Very Special Christmas?” Bonus – what late artist provided the cover art for this album? 


A sample of art from artist mentioned above.

5. In the song “We Wish You A Merry Christmas,” what food item do the people in the song ask be brought to them?
6. “Stille Nacht” is the title, in German, of what traditional holiday song? Bonus, what is the German title of “O Christmas Tree?”
7. What crooner sings with the Puppini Sisters on a 2011 version of “Jingle Bells?”
8. Composer Vince Guaraldi penned the score for what famous holiday special that debuted in the 1960s?
9. What group recorded the song “Merry Christmas Darling,” which appeared on their 1978 album “Christmas Portrait?”
10. What novelty Christmas song was penned in 1944 by a school teacher named Donald Gardner, and was inspired by his asking what his second grade students wanted for Christmas? Hint…most of the students answered the question with a lisp. A variety of artists have gone on to sing cover versions of the song, including Ray Stevens, Nat King Cole (reportedly Gardner’s favorite version), and the Chipmunks?
Mystery – Before and After – One part of the answer will be the name of a traditional holiday song.
1. Holiday song containing the lyrics “prepare him room” and a 2004 Blizzard Entertainment online game
2. An 1847 holiday song originally written in French containing the lyrics “fall on your knees” and Marvel character whose real name is Kurt Wagner
3. Baritone singer who recorded “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love” and 1954 Bing Crosby/Danny Kaye film with hit song by the same name
4. Song with “comfort and joy” lyrics and 1953 film starring Marilyn Monroe
Final Category – Holiday Songs (surprised?)
Who told Australia’s Daily Telegraph in 2010, “I am responsible for two of the worst songs in history. The other one is ‘We Are the World?'”

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