Here Comes Santa Claus
Showing recordings that were created recently for the song "Here Comes Santa Claus" by Country Christmas. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a specific year.
By webcat444 in the Style of Country Christmas
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My best Christmas memory was when I saw Santa coming up out of my Grandma's basement...For some reason I stayed the night and I was sleeping on the couch and heard a ruckus....Well it was ole Saint Nick coming up out the basement with a bag of toys...I was scared to death...I covered my head cuz I knew if he saw me awake I wouldn't get the go go boots I wanted so bad...It made me believe in Santa....I got the boots and d Years later my Grandma confessed that she dressed up as him every year just in case one of us saw her.... Thanks for listening.... Sherry
By Trochilidae in the Style of Country Christmas
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"Here Comes Santa Claus (Down Santa Claus Lane)" is a Christmas song written by Gene Autry and Oakley Haldeman. Autry got the idea for the song after riding his horse in the 1946 Santa Claus Lane Parade (now the Hollywood Christmas Parade) in Los Angeles during which crowds of spectators chanted, "Here comes Santa Claus". This inspired him to write a song that Haldeman set to music. A demo recording was made by singer/guitarist Johnny Bond, whose recording made use of ice cubes to mimic the sound of the jingling sleigh-bells. This inspired the use of real sleigh-bells in Autry's own recording of the song. Autry first recorded the song in 1947. Thanks for listening, Trochilidae <3