The lyrics to Blitzen Boogie by Kids from the Heart are as follows:
I’m a little reindeer with a very shiny nose
And if you ever saw me, you would even say it glows
All of the other reindeers used to laugh and call me names They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games Then one foggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say:
“Rudolph with your nose so bright, won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?” Then how all the reindeers loved him as they shouted out with glee, Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, you’ll go down in history!
This song is so catchy and fun! The lyrics are super easy to follow along with and the kids sound like they’re having a blast singing it. It’s the perfect song for getting up and dancing around the living room with your kids.
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The holidays are a special time of year. A time for family, friends, and loved ones. And a time for tradition.
One of the most popular holiday traditions is putting up a Christmas tree. But have you ever wondered where the tradition of the Christmas tree came from? The first recorded use of a decorated tree was in 1510 in Riga, Latvia.
It is believed that Martin Luther, the founder of Protestantism, was the first to bring the tradition of the Christmas tree to Germany. Luther was walking through the woods one night and was awestruck by the sight of thousands of stars shining through the branches of evergreen trees. He is said to have then brought a small fir tree into his home and placed candles on its branches to recreate the scene he had seen in nature.
From Germany, the tradition spread to other parts of Europe and eventually made its way across the Atlantic to North America with German immigrants in the 1600s. The Christmas tree became even more popular in North America after being featured in publications such as Harper’s Weekly and Godey’s Lady’s Book in 1837. Today, it is estimated that there are more than 25 million real Christmas trees planted each year around the world!
So next time you’re decorating your own Christmas tree, take a moment to think about this centuries-old tradition and all who have enjoyed it before you. Merry Christmas!
What was the Original Name for Blitzen?
The original name for Blitzen was actually Blixem, which is Dutch for “lightning.” However, when the poem “A Visit from St. Nicholas” was translated into English, the name was changed to Blitzen.
What Does Donner And Blitzen Mean in English?
Donner and Blitzen is a German phrase meaning “thunder and lightning.” The phrase is often used in reference to Santa Claus, as it is one of the names of his reindeer.
This blog post features the lyrics to the popular Christmas song, “Blitzen Boogie.” The Kids from the Heart provide a fun and energetic performance of the song that is sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit!