There's a lot about the Americanization of Christmas that traditional Catholics rightly find distasteful. The advertizing for Christmas begins as early as July. After Thanksgiving it becomes a full-tilt sprint. By December 1, any family that doesn't have it's tree up and decorated seems to lack "Christmas spirit." By December 26th, families are relieved to be finished with the ordeal of credit card-leveraged overspending and trash full of wrapping paper and cardboard boxes and glad to dump their trees on the sidewalk -- oblivious, of course -- entirely oblivious! -- that this is merely the SECOND of twelve days of Christmas concluding with Epiphany in January.
Once in a rare while, however, something comes along that makes a half-way decent point, such as this little Christmas jingle, for what it's worth.