Although i try to avoid the heavy metaphors that get way off the solstice/holiday track, some are too thematically on topic to leave by the way side.
Gabe and Lilli Shakouor pity the homeless with a tinny rendition of “The Snow is Falling.” It’s rap set to Pachelbel’s Canon. Oh, NOW you want to hear it?
Victoria Scott also sings out for the underhoused with a hollow tinkling gospel jazz chiller: “Snow is Falling.”
If it’s Yoko, it’s political. “Listen the Snow is Falling” calls for peace, whether or not you get it.
Movietone is atonal jazz with simple declaratives like “Snow is Falling.” So there’s subtext, baby, betcher bottom dollar.
Will Foster complains “The Snow is Falling Down” because he can’t get home fast enough. Country hypertension.
Chris de Burgh makes an anti-war statement with “Snow is Falling” (on our shallow graves). It’s sweeping high orchestral pacifism (hang your heads), so just about right for Xmastime.