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Is Jingle Bells a Thanksgiving song?

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2010-12-19 22:07:55
2010-12-19 22:07:55

yes my music teacher told me it was made in a cold place so they hade to ride in slays they would put bells on the horses witch they would pull the slays

yes it is but that person was just being an idiot! jingle bells was originally made as a song played at thanksgiving, but since it had so much popularity it was sung again on Christmas, and that is how the mistake started. oh and

'slays' is spelled sleighs. yeah idiot

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