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The original title card
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The reissued title card
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Very Merry Christmas Songs is the fifth volume of the Disney's Sing-Along Songs direct to video series. In honor of the spirit of Christmas with your favorite Disney characters. This was the first volume to not have any hosts and it does not feature the Disney's Sing-Along Songs theme.

Featured songs

  1. "From All of Us From All of You"
  2. "Deck the Halls"
  3. "Jingle Bells" note 
  4. "Joy to the World"
  5. "Up on the Housetop"
  6. "Let it Snow"
  7. "Sleigh Ride"
  8. "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"
  9. "Winter Wonderland"
  10. "Here Comes Santa Claus"
  11. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"
  12. "Silent Night"
  13. "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" note 

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Extra notes:

  • During the closing credits, there is a still of a Christmas tree screenshot from Lady and the Tramp.
  • After the credits, Jiminy Cricket would announce "From all of us, to all of you, have a very merry Christmas. And a happy new year!"
  • Rereleased as Volume 8 for the 1990, and 1994 era.

This volume provides an example of:

  • Christmas Episode: Since this is a Christmas themed episode, the Disney's Sing-Along Songs theme song is not featured. The 1994 re-release uses the same opening theme variant as "The Twelve Days of Christmas" does, with the Ocean Waves graphics. Incidentally, that re-release was also one of the first releases to use the updated version of the 1993 update to the ending promo that uses the exact same video and audio but with the Ocean Waves boxes instead of the Watercolor boxes and without the "Fun with Music" bit.
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  • Stock Footage: It features Christmas themed Disney cartoons as well as Max Fleischer clips (such as "Snow Foolin").

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