"Little Drummer Boy" was not in the film. The lil holiday sticksman got the axe from the classic film.
The closest George Harrison got was "Ding Dong, Ding Dong," a New Year's Eve-themed song from 1974.
Although he's sung the season before, 'Glee' star Darren Criss didn't release a holiday LP this year. If he had, it would have been called 'Crissmas,' we hope.
The band behind the 'Friends' theme was NEVER there for you on the holidays.
Snoop snagged the song title from James Brown for the 1996 label comp 'Christmas on Death Row.'
Although frequently misattributed to the Sex Pistols, the 1977 single "(It's Gonna Be A) Punk Rock Christmas" is actually from the long-forgotten punk outfit the Ravers.
Between 1983-85, famine claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in Ethiopia. It was partially caused by drought and exacerbated by government policies and human rights abuses.
"Colly bird" was an old British terms for blackbird, something no one ever wanted for Christmas. "Who cares" is the second-most accurate response.
Although it was released pre-Billboard Hot 100, the Bing Crosby-crooned version of Irving Berlin's Oscar-winning song is believed to be the best-selling single ever with 50 million copies sold.
Phil Spector co-wrote and produced the original Darlene Love version of "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" for the girl group holiday album 'A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector.'