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Paid PostDec 14, 2016

How Well Do You Know The Words To These Traditional Holiday Songs?

“Do you hear what I hear?” If not, it may be time for an audio upgrade at your local Verizon store.

  1. Correct! 

    Bells on bobtail ring / Making spirits bright / What fun it is to ride and sing / A sleighing song tonight!”

  2. Correct! 

    “Deck the halls with boughs of holly / Fa la la la la la la la la.”

  3. Correct! 

    “On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me / Six geese a-laying / Five golden rings / Four calling birds / Three french hens / Two turtle doves / And a partridge in a pear tree.”

  4. Correct! 

    “It has a lovely body / With legs so short and thin / And when my dreidel’s tired / It drops and then I win.” —“Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel”

  5. Correct! 

    “Ho ho ho, who wouldn't go / Ho ho ho, who wouldn't go-o." —“Up on the Housetop”

  6. Correct! 

    “Now bring us some figgy pudding / Now bring us some figgy pudding / Now bring us some figgy pudding / And bring some out here.”

  7. Correct! 

    “Should old acquaintance be forgot / And never brought to mind? / Should old acquaintance be forgot / And old lang syne?”

  8. Correct! 

    Written by Ukrainian composer, Mykola Leontovych, “Carol of the Bells” was originally a winter folk song until Christmas lyrics were added 20 years later.

All illustrations by Kirun Kunju © BuzzFeed 2016 / Circulating thumbnails via Getty Images.