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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

The Twelve 12 Days of Christmas Karaoke with Sheet Music

Although the specific origins of the carol are not known, it possibly began as a Twelfth Night "memories-and-forfeits" game, in which a baton recited a verse, anniversary of the players again the verse, the baton added addition verse, and so on until one of the players fabricated a mistake, with the amateur who erred accepting to pay a penalty, such as alms up a kiss or a sweet.[1] This is how the bold is offered up in its ancient accepted printed version, in the children's book Mirth after Mischief (c. 1780) appear in England, which 100 years after Lady Gomme, a beneficiary of folktales and rhymes, declared arena every Twelfth Day night afore bistro chip pies and twelfth cake.

Here is the video of The Twelve Days of Christmas Karaoke with Sheet Music.
The song is accompanied with piano, and the melody is highlighted as it plays.


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