You’ve cleared the room to fit in the tree, so how ’bout a turn across the floor?
“Will You Dance With Me Around the Christmas Tree?” ask The Wiggles (through a tin can apparently). Country for kids. Gotta be the dinosaur.
Singin’ Steve elevates the kidsong to gospel chorale with “Waltz With Me ‘Round the Christmas Tree.” His footwork seems proselytizing, you ask me. (One, two, three, fir….)
Cowboys have been two-stepping around the Christmas tree since Pecos Bill was born, and ive already featured Boggus and Murphy bluegrassing this hit. Let’s give Riders in the Sky a dance in a cave with “Two Step ‘Round the Christmas Tree.”
Remix it up with the electronic dance music of Santa House synthing “You Make Me Wanna Dance (Around the Christmas Tree).” For the kids.
Less about dancing than romancing, Alex Pangman sings “Truckin’ Around the Christmas Tree” while teaching some finger waggling jitterbug. Boogie woogie blue grass.
Now you thought i’d have to include some Brenda Lee here… but let’s go more annoying with The Fabulous Gabriel smothering his efforts in tambourine and electric keyboard. “Let’s Rock Under the Christmas Tree Tonight” wants to be that original song no one else thought of. Barf.
If you wanted to boogie within infringement law to the old ‘Rockin” classic, let’s try “The New Old Way to Rock Around the Christmas Tree.” Crescendo supplies the a cappella to uplift your soul, if not your shoes.
I’m getting out of the mood, so i’ll listen to “The Tree That Couldn’t Rock” by Manos Wild. But that rockabilly sax is changing my tune and now–that’s better….
One doo-wop wonders, The Episodes, shake it to “Christmas Tree,” a 1962 Four Seasons Records 45 single.
Todrick (Toddy Rock Star) Hall (with Chester Lockhart) try their new viral sensation “Splits on Christmas Trees.” See if you catch the fever and strain your hammies in your jammies for mes amis.