‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ — feat. John Denver
Simple, yet awesomely soothing. Rowlf and John Denver make the perfect holiday duo.
‘Run, Run Rudolph’ and ‘It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year’
The gang performs both songs at NBC’s Christmas in Rockefeller Center in New York on Dec. 2, 2009.
‘All You Need is Love’ — feat. Cee-Lo Green
After getting lost in the snow on the way to a holiday party in Atlanta, Cee-Lo Green — from Gnarls Barkley and TV’s The Voice — winds up at Kermit’s house for a Muppet style holiday party.
The perfect cure for a bad day.
Do you believe in Santa? Kermit sure does. This song is from the 2008 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
‘The Christmas Wish’ — feat. John Denver
From the album “A Christmas Together.”
“I don’t know if you believe in Christmas … but if you believe in love, that will be more than enough for you to come and celebrate with me.”
’12 Days of Christmas’ — feat. John Denver
John Denver and the crew in singing “12 Days of Christmas.” Originally aired during the 1979 ‘A Christmas Together’ holiday special.
‘I Wish I Could Be Santa Claus’
Gonzo realizes that, while important, Santa Claus as a whole represents something even greater.
‘Ringing of the Bells’
Awesome. With a capital “A.”
‘Joy to the World’
“When a cold wind blows it chills you — chills you to the bone.”
From The Muppet Christmas Carol, this song introduces Michael Cane’s Ebenezer Scrooge as a cold-hearted, “bah humbug!”-muttering pessimist.
”Tis the Season’
Kermit and Robin the Frog — just too darn cute.
‘The Marley Song’
The affably grumpy Marley and Marley sing together as Christmas ghosts in The Muppet Christmas Carol.
‘Thankful Heart’ — feat. Michael Caine
From The Muppet Christmas Carol. Here, Scrooge realizes the importance of Christmas — through the art of Muppet-style singing, of course.
‘Bless Us All’
“Let us always love each other.”
From The Muppet Christmas Carol.