Can you guess the Christmas song from just a single word in the lyrics?

From "figgy" to "foggy"!

Even if you haven't sung them on doorsteps or spun them on turntables, you certainly have heard them. You can't go shopping in November and December without hearing some Christmas music. Every Starbucks and supermarket starts playing holiday tunes.

In other words, we're pretty confident that you've heard the following songs countless times. So you probably know the lyrics.

But can you recognize a Christmas carol when you boil it down to a single word? We took the most unique word found in the lyrics of some of the most popular classic songs. See if you can guess the correct song!

  1. Hawaiian
  2. Foggy
  3. Figgy
  4. Bluebird
  5. Eskimos
  6. Apparel
  7. Bushels
  8. Bobtail
  9. Treetops
  10. Troubles
  11. Barney

Can you guess the Christmas song from just a single word in the lyrics?

Your Result...

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EmBee 9 months ago
Some of those aren't actually Christmas songs but are winter season songs.
Thomas 9 months ago
Nice work ? I'm flattered -thanks and Happy Holidays !
Katzi 10 months ago
I got all of them. But I sat here mumbling each one to myself . (When I saw "Barney" I thought to myself HUH?? , THEN I knew . )
Robert 10 months ago
8/11 I'm a little bit rusty. This year I vowed not to listen to Christmas songs until after Thanksgiving, so I had to really think on a few of these!
How did Black Friday Sales start right after Halloween this year? Just my $0.02...
JKMallaber 10 months ago
11 out of 11! I needed an easy one today. FWIW, The Christmas Song has always been my favorite!
daDoctah 10 months ago
No multiple choice for these. What Christmas songs include the word:

Tones.

Nodded.

Morning.

Creep.

Jubilee.
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daDoctah MrsPhilHarris 9 months ago
You're right. I was getting it mixed up with a parody called "Walking in My Winter Underwear" by Stan Boreson.

So since we've sort of drifted into Christmas comedy songs, here one last word and then I have to go do something more important:

Incriminating.
daDoctah MrsPhilHarris 9 months ago
"There were hoofprints on her forehead, and incriminating Claus marks on her back."

From "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer".
MrsPhilHarris daDoctah 9 months ago
I should have known!
Muleskinner 10 months ago
4/11. Good grief! I guess I don’t have the Christmas spirit yet. ☹️
AgingDisgracefully 10 months ago
Remember, it's not Christmastime until The King sings Here Comes Santa Claus.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUQyQHQDoOc
Trust me on this one.
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