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Sunshine Ruby - I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus / Too Fat For The Chimney mp3 album
Folk and Country
Performer: Sunshine Ruby
Title: I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus / Too Fat For The Chimney
Style: Country, Novelty
Year 1953
Country US
Genre: Folk and Country
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 813
MP3 size: 1246 mb
FLAC size: 1190 mb
WMA size: 1667 mb
Other formats: DXD MPC ASF AAC APE TTA MOD

Sunshine Ruby - I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus / Too Fat For The Chimney mp3 album

Sunshine Ruby was a native of Myrtle Springs, Texas, a town about 50 miles east of Dallas. Her real name was Ruby Bateman. She started entertaining at an early age by performing in the school plays and neighborhood gatherings.

3. When Santa Got Stuck Up the Chimney. 4. I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas. 5. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. 6. All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth.

I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus, Too Fat For The Chimney ‎(7", Single).

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Santa Claus is about more than reindeer and sleigh. He represents a heart from of love, laughter, and play. Spread the Christmas joy throughout the day, year and season, And please remember that the gift of love is Christmas’s real reason. Whether you’re near or far, young or old, Santa Claus knows and sees you, truth be told. Kylee Neal Dec 19, 2016. At Appalachian State University.

Santa-Claus is God in the eyes of young children! Do you lie to your children? Remember the excitement of Christmas eve as children when we couldn't get to sleep. We were awaiting the arrival of Santa-Claus. Teach children that Santa-Claus is a myth and a fairy-tale on their first Christmas. Play the "Santa-Claus game" but protect your children's faith in God by seeking out and destroying any "faith" they have in Santa-Claus. Otherwise, imagine this: Your 13 year old hears the preacher talk about God the Father, as an all knowing, all powerful giver of the gift of eternal salvation in his Sunday sermon. They really and truly believe that a big fat bearded man comes down a chimney to give them presents. How anyone could deceive their own children that they gave birth to and deliberately make them ignorant so that they are laughingstocks to children with honest parents is beyond me.

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus is a 2001 made-for-TV family film, based on the classic holiday song of the same name. The movie's tagline was "Christmas is coming, and Santa's a dirty ra. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus first aired December 9, 2001, on the PAX Network where it aired until 2007. As of 2008, it is shown in the 25 Days of Christmas programming block on Freeform.

My point is, Superman/Santa Claus team-ups are great, even when they're weird - and folks, they do get weird. Take, for example, one of Superman's earliest team-ups with St. Nicholas, wherein they have to battle against the evil machinations of a dude who hates Christmas so much that he makes Santa Claus even fatter than he already was, and Superman has to help him lose weight. First, this is one of the earlier examples of something that would be a recurring theme throughout the next twenty or thirty years of Superman comics, which is that being overweight is a problem that requires the intervention of Superman. I realize that it's a health risk, but putting it on the level of, you know, killer meteors and giant robots has always struck me as a little weird.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus
Written-By – Fred Stryker, Hal Blair
B Too Fat For The Chimney
Written-By – Irving Gordon

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): E3VW-1674-1S Λ1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): E3VW-1675-1S Λ1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
20-5474 Sunshine Ruby I Wanna Do Something For Santa Claus / Too Fat For The Chimney ‎(10", Promo) RCA Victor 20-5474 US 1953