Let it snow let it snow

The responsive radar to Christmas songs depends on the association,”When the brain makes these associations with something very positive and pleasurable, the rewards system is being activated [which triggers] a number of chemicals including dopamine.”

Today we think of Christmas Carols as songs we sing with family around the Christmas Tree or a warm fire during the Christmas season. We may also think of them as songs sung by a cheerful group of people strolling through town spreading the Christmas cheer.
The popularity of singing Christmas Carols as we know it today were originated in the mid-1800’s during the Victorian era.  The publication led to the revival of singing publically at Christmas and also inspired the tradition of “caroling” from home to home spreading the Christmas cheer.

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