SNOOPY BRINGS HOME HIS CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS TREE –
Some people bring home the Christmas tree on the roof of the car, some pull the tree on their sled or sleigh, some put it in the back of the truck or pickup and some gather together each member of the family to grab hold and ceremoniously march the tree home. In New York . . . little old ladies and their dog just place their Charlie Brown tree, that came ready with a stand, directly into their shopping cart and walk with little ‘Snoopy’ back home to begin the decorating.
From the 1965 classic “A Charlie brown Christmas”
Narrator: His little tree that no one had wanted, and he could
hardly believe his eyes. His friends’ efforts had transformed it
into something truly special. And everyone sang:
Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn king!
Peace on Earth and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled.
Joyful, all ye nations rise!
Join the triumph of the skies!
With angelic host proclaim: Christ is born in Bethlehem.
Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn king.
Narrator: Surrounded by his friends, Charlie Brown realized Linus
had been right about the true meaning of Christmas. This was the
Christmas spirit he had been looking for all along. At last, the
season seemed 100 times brighter. And for Charlie Brown, it was
truly the merriest Christmas ever.