Snoopy vs. The Red Baron (Snoopy’s Christmas) (CC)

The news it came out in the First World War The bloody Red Baron was flying once more The Allied Command ignored all of its men And called on Snoopy to do it again Was the night before Christmas and forty below When Snoopy went up in search of his foe He spied the Red Baron and fiercely they fought With ice on his wings, Snoopy knew he was caught Christmas bells those Christmas bells Ring out from the land Asking peace of all the world And good will to man The Baron had Snoopy dead in his sights He reached for the trigger to pull it up tight Why he didn’t shoot, well, we’ll never know Or was it the bells from the village below (Bells ringing) Christmas bells those Christmas bells Ringing through the land Bringing peace to all the world And good will to man The Baron made Snoopy fly to the Rhine And forced him to land behind the enemy lines Snoopy was certain that this was the end When the Baron cried out “Merry Christmas, mein friend!” The Baron then offered a holiday toast And Snoopy our hero saluted his host And then with a roar they were both on their way Each knowing they’d meet on some other day And good will to man Ringing through the land Bringing peace to all the world And good will to man Christmas bells those Christmas bells Ringing through the land Bringing peace to all the world And good will to man

100 thoughts on “Snoopy vs. The Red Baron (Snoopy’s Christmas) (CC)”

  1. I'm 42 ion 2015, Japanese-American, born and raised in Seattle (to give an idea about where, when, and how I grew up).  And, when I heard this on a local FM radio station playing 36 hours of straight Christmas music, it prompted me to look this up on Youtube.  I have no problem admitting, the tune brings a lump to my throat!  The tune is a very nice "throwback tune."

  2. Paul's eyelids gently fell as Tabitha sang this song
    The playtime's done but if you like, the night goes on and on
    Bunnies go bouncing along

  3. How I first recall seeing this at Christmastime of 1969.Then each Christmastime thereafter & always looking forward to it.

  4. Thank you Kim. I''ve heard this song before but never really appreciated it as much as now. You have made a beautiful Christmas video. What a wonderful gift not only to your mom but to all who need a Christmas cheer! God bless.

  5. Back again….it's December first and it's that time of year again, I love coming here and finding my favorite Christmas video.

  6. …….Because there's nothing quite like a Beagle on a Flying Doghouse fighting a WW I German Fighter Ace to cheer you up sometimes??

  7. been here many times as well……esp on Chrismastime. thank you! will be featuring this at our Christmas party for the kids.

  8. I will never forget you snoopy! You will live in my heart and my mind for ever!! Every christmas I feel nice to listen my favorite christmas song! 🙂

  9. My mom had this on 45 in the 1960s when I was a kid listened to it all the time! brings back memories (all good) why thumbs down?

  10. What the holy fuck does this have to do with Christmas, fucking stupid…kids would only even be familiar with the Red Baron from the Halloween special. Why did some asshat give these retards a record deal, they should've been dragged out into the street and shot.

  11. And thus ends Christmas 2016. Last year in my comment on this video, I said, "2016 should be even better." Obviously, that turned out to not necessarily be the case, and it made me think. I've noticed Christmas has become different for me, and for the longest time I was trying to fight it, but things are going to change whether I want them to or not, and there isn't really anything I can do about it. I realized that I maybe won't come to this video every year, maybe Christmas will become different for me; and I just have to accept that and embrace it and enjoy it all I can. Merry Christmas, everyone, and here's to next year.

    "I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year." – Charles Dickens

  12. This superficially silly cartoon song has a deeper and more genuine Christmas spirit than 95% of the seasonal music they play on the radio for the last two months of the year. I don't mind admitting that it gets me teary. Thanks so much for posting it.

  13. This is one of those holiday songs that they NEVER play enough on the radio! It's a shame, too-I LOVE this one!

  14. Every year I make this pilgrimage. A beautiful reminder of the Christmas truce of 1918. It evokes strong emotions of Love, Humanity and Brotherhood. Thank you for sharing. Peace, Love and Joy to all.

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