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The best-known inference to joy at Christmas is the English tune God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen. The wellspring of this [url=https://festhub.net]Merry Christmas[/url] piece isn't known. It was first distributed in William Sandys' Christmas Carols Ancient and Modern in 1833, in spite of the fact that adaptations of it most likely existed as a people tune and tune a long time before that however weren't recorded. Sir Thomas Elyot, records the expression 'rest you happy' in his Dictionary in 1548.

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