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[[Image:Woody_the_Woodchuck_album.png‎|right]][[Alvin and the Chipmunks]] knock-off from the album ''Woody the Woodchuck Christmas Sing Song'' (Premier Albums, Inc XM /S 6). Likely the early 1960s or late 1950s. It's so lame, they even unapolgetically cover the Chipmnks "Chipmunk Song."  
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[[Image:Woody_the_Woodchuck_album.png‎|right]][[Alvin and the Chipmunks]] knock-off from the album ''Woody the Woodchuck Christmas Sing Song'' (Premier Albums, Inc., XM/S 6). It's so lame, they even unapologetically cover the Chipmunks' "Chipmunk Song." That dates this after 1958, when the original came out. It's probably from 1959-1960, based on the album low album number. Also, XMS stands for Xmas!
  
 
Woody's pals are Milty and Chuck, presumably also woodchucks.
 
Woody's pals are Milty and Chuck, presumably also woodchucks.
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Not to be confused with the very later, very Christian [[Woody Woodchuck]], who released a 1976 album.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://christmasyuleblog.blogspot.com/2006/06/woody-woodchuck-christmas-sing-song.html Woody the Woodchuck- A Christmas Yuleblog]
 
*[http://christmasyuleblog.blogspot.com/2006/06/woody-woodchuck-christmas-sing-song.html Woody the Woodchuck- A Christmas Yuleblog]
  
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[[Category:1960]]
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[[Category:Albums]]
 
[[Category:Alvin and the Chipmunks]]
 
[[Category:Alvin and the Chipmunks]]

Revision as of 10:54, 7 November 2017

Woody the Woodchuck album.png
Alvin and the Chipmunks knock-off from the album Woody the Woodchuck Christmas Sing Song (Premier Albums, Inc., XM/S 6). It's so lame, they even unapologetically cover the Chipmunks' "Chipmunk Song." That dates this after 1958, when the original came out. It's probably from 1959-1960, based on the album low album number. Also, XMS stands for Xmas!

Woody's pals are Milty and Chuck, presumably also woodchucks.

Not to be confused with the very later, very Christian Woody Woodchuck, who released a 1976 album.

External Links