Can you complete these lyrics to the Christmas classic ''Frosty the Snowman''?

Can you thumpity, thump thump along with ''Frosty the Snowman?''


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There are just about too many classic Christmas songs to count. Some people really look forward to Christmas music, while others are less enthused. 

No matter how you feel about Christmas music overall, there's no denying when an all-time classic tune like "Frosty the Snowman" comes on, you can certainly hum along, and likely sing along too! 

Following the success of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" in 1949, songwriters Jack Rollins and Steve Nelson wrote "Frosty the Snowman," and had Gene Autry, who sang "Rudolph," record this one as well. 

The song has since had several adaptations, perhaps the most recognizable one being Jimmy Durante's version in the 1969 short film Frosty the Snowman. Durante, a well-known voice and character actor for the time, narrated and sang the title track. 

No matter who is singing "Frosty the Snowman," do you sing along with them? Below is the opening verse to the jolly tune. See if you can fill in the blanks with the correct lyrics!

  1. Frosty the snowman, was a _____ happy soul.
  2. With a corncob _____ and button nose....
  3. And two eyes made out of _____
  4. Frosty the snowman, is a _______ they say...
  5. He was made of snow but the ______ know...
  6. How he came to _____ one day.
  7. There must have been some ______....
  8. In that _____ silk hat they found...
  9. For when they ______ it on his head...
  10. He began to _____ around!

Can you complete these lyrics to the Christmas classic ''Frosty the Snowman''?

Your Result...

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bsantaniello 7 months ago
10/10. A standard song at Christmas!
WilliamJorns 7 months ago
10 out of 10. I'm v-e-r-y familiar with thus song, so I aced it.
trogg888 7 months ago
Missed getting a ten by a verb.i do get a little burnt by all the Christmas music but I really can't complain as I made a living singing for fifty years singing in aband and one of the ways ipracticed was singing Christmas songs.we had a double album of sing along with Mitch songs that came with alyric sheet and I would sing along to all the wouldn't believe how many verses some of those songs have so I had a blast belting out those things.
GTStang08 7 months ago
9/10...I thought ole Frosty "jumped" around...
ironman2000 7 months ago
10 of 10, can't forget old Frosty.
braycy 7 months ago
10/10 but I had to sing it to get it right
Robertp 7 months ago
100%. I can hear it can’t you?
MrsPhilHarris 7 months ago
10/10 🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️
justjeff 7 months ago
Happy Birthday! I got 10 out of 10! (That was Frosty's first words, if you recall...)
Coldnorth justjeff 7 months ago
I always get placed his hat and put his hat mixed up. I never learn
justjeff Coldnorth 7 months ago
Cheer up... you still get an "E" for effort!
raddad 7 months ago
8 out of 10. I have to hear it several times a day at work, so I’m trying to force it out of my mind.
WilliamJorns raddad 7 months ago
That's when a song becomes an "earworm." That's a real term for when a song runs through your mind over and over again. It's hard to shut it off sometimes.
JayBurd 7 months ago
7 of 10.....I guess I need to watch these old shows again. It was party time back in the 60s when these shows came on TV. A bunch of us kids would gather at one house and watch it together....cookies, popcorn, Kool aid or some other drink to wash it down. Life was good and you could get spanked by any parent for misbehaving. We walked the line back then.
MrsPhilHarris JayBurd 7 months ago
Good times. Every kid at school seemed to have watched the show be it Frosty, Rudolph, The Grinch or Charlie Brown. It was an event.
KawiVulc 7 months ago
10/10... 50 years ago a kid had one shot a year to see the Christmas specials. Next day in school every kid was asking ever other kid if they watched Frosty or Rudolph or the Grinch the night before.
MrsPhilHarris KawiVulc 7 months ago
Exactly. I just posted the same thing. As I said it was an event.
Ernie 7 months ago
I remember before cable TV seeing the commercial that it was coming on next week couldn't wait to good old days
SparkleMotion 7 months ago
10/10 but this time I knew going in I'd get a perfect score. I love Frosty and have seen it too many times to count.
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