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If you see a line from a popular Christmas song, can you identify what song it comes from?

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From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "We're gliding along with the song of a wintry fairy land"
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "Heedless of the wind and weather"
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "Hang a shining star upon the highest bough."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "So be good for goodness sake."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "A turkey and some mistletoe help to make the season bright."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "I don't know if there'll be snow but have a cup of cheer."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "I wanna wish you a Merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "The prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be on your own front door."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "Gone away is the bluebird; here to stay is a new bird."
From which popular Christmas song does this line come? "He led them down the streets of town, right to the traffic cop."
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