PHOTO: ActionAidSweden/YouTube
Cari Jorgensen
December 11, 2015

December brings us the holiday season and with that a plethora of Christmas songs. While everyone has their favorites (“Fairy Tale of New York” by The Pogues and Jack Johnson’s version of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” are two of mine), sometimes it feels as though we’re listening to the same songs over and over and it’s only a matter of time before we switch back to regular music.

But there’s another option and it’s awesome.

Goats—yes, goats—have teamed up with Action Aid Sweden, a charity fighting poverty and injustice, to create a Christmas album. The album features goats singing (OK, not quite singing, but you get the idea) traditional Christmas songs, such as “Holy Night,” “Jingle Bells,” “Come All Ye Faithful” and more. Listen:

The album, called “All I Want for Christmas is a Goat,” is available on Spotify. Be sure to let us know which goat Christmas song is your favorite.


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