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The Beatles third Christmas record Vydáno: 17. prosince 1965
Nahráno: 8. listopadu 1965, studio 2, Abbey Road, EMI (původně natočen Beatle speech, ale nebyl použit)
Producent: George Martin
Zvuk. inženýr: Norman Smith
2. zvuk. inženýr: Ken Scott
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All my troubles seemed so far away
now it looks as though we're here to stay
oh I believe in yesterday.

Ringo: Don't forget, Christmas is comin'. Oh, that reminds me, let's do a Christmas record.

Paul: Let's do a Christmas record.

Ringo: Yeah, what shall we say?

Paul: That's a good idea. Ad-lib it.

Ringo: We've got to thank everybody.

Ringo: Remember to thank...

George: You can't ad-lib too much 'cause, you know, we miss...

Ringo: Well, thank you Johnny, it's been nice to know you.

Paul: Gotta thank everyone for all the presents this year, and ah, oh, for buying the records.

John: Especially the chewed up pieces of chewing gum and the playing cards made out of knickers.

George: On behalf of John and I, George speaking, I'd like to thank you for all the Christmas cards and presents and birthday cards and presents and everything, too, as well.

John: On behalf of John and I, I'd like to thank you for... And all the rest of it. Thank you...

Paul: Well, Ringo, what have we done this year?

Ringo: I see you haven't shaved again.

Paul: Well, Ringo, what have we done this year?

Ringo: We've done a lot of things this year Paul.

Paul: Yes.

Ringo: Well, we've been away.

Paul: Yes.

George: And come back.

Ringo: Like last year.

Paul: Eh, we've come back all right.

Ringo: Ay, we've had a lot of presents sent to us for our birthday and Christmas.

Paul: We'd like to thank everyone, thank you everyone...

Ringo: We thank you for the presents and cards.

Paul: Thank you for the presents.

Happy Christmas to you listeners
where in e ye crae no voo
we belong to edinbody
don't you make it new
oh, we titother Jack MacGregor
pon his bonnie ho
hock yer punny Christmas with a pound of Irish stew.

George: Thank you, John.

Down in the jungle where the old black go
we got some, we got some
down in the jungle where the old black go
we got some, we got some
should Auld acquaintance be forgot
and never brought to mind
should Auld acquaintance be forgot
for the sake of Auld Lang Syne?
For the sake of Auld Lang Syne, my dear?
For the sake of Auld Lang Syne?
For the sake of Auld Lang Syne, my dear?
For the sake of Auld Lang Syne?
One, one, two, three...

Paul: Well, for the sake of Auld Lang Syne. That reminds me, Ringo.

Ringo: Yes.

Paul: Last year...

Ringo: You was here.

Paul: We was here. Round the same old mic. Same old studio.

Ringo: Same old guitars, Same old faces.

It's the same old song
but a different meaning since...

George: Copyright, Jonny!

Ringo: Copyright. Can't say that.

Paul: Hey, yeah!! All right. What are we gonna do without a copyright? Yeah.

John: How about "We'll get the Lilacs and Old Brown Shoe"?

Ringo: Yeah! Yes. That has a copyright.

John: Buddy, let's play a request.

Paul: Something Christmassy.

John: ...For all the boys in BAORE.

Paul: Yeah, alright.

Ringo: What shall we play for them? 'Cause we got some fans in the forces, you know?

John: Well, here in Minich, it's not quite as fine as it is in London.

Ringo: Well, kenneth, the weather's raining here, it's not very good.

John: The weather's not bad. Well, it's not bad over here. But you know we had a bit of rain and all that.

Ringo: Stay tuned in the five-way link-up.

John: If you've enjoyed this program, tune to 29314567 megacycles. If you can't find that, drop it.

Should Auld acquaintance be forgot
and never brought to mind? China!
Don in Vietnam and China...too...
and look at all those bodies Jordan
floating in the river Jordan.

Paul: Well, that looks as though it's about it for the year.

Ringo: Well, that should cover Israel.

Paul: We've certainly tried our best to, ah...

Ringo: Please everybody.

Paul: Please everybody. If we haven't done what we could've done, we've tried.

John: And if you haven't got yours, send 4 pence in and get a free one.

George: And seing as we're gathered around the Christmas microphone here in the studio, we might as well get together with a little Christmas message for you.

Paul: Which goes something like this...

George: ...Like this.

Christmas comes but once a year
but when it does, you know it's here
because we've got a hmm-mm-mm-aam-
singing:
Christmas comes but once a year
but when it does it brings good cheer
because we've got the hmm-mm-mm-aam -
for Christmas.

Yesterday, doo-dah
all my troubles seemed so far away
now it looks as though they're here to stay
oh, I believe in Christmas day
bless you all on Christmas day.

Christmas day, Christmas day ...

John: This year has turned out to be a big year for us.

Christmas day ...

John: One of the biggest years since we can remember.

Christmas day ...

John: And we can remember a lot of big years. Take...Take bugs

Christmas day, Christmas day ...

John: And especially those abroad and those of you in BOR 2459783.

Christmas day ...

John: 'Cause a lot of us here wanna wish lot of you there... and the weathers perfectly all right, thatk you. And, don't forget, the old and new, some folks blue, some folks green. You take no notice of 'em, it's an all...white policy in the group.

Yesterday
all my troubles seemed so far away, yeah yeah
now it looks as though they're here to stay
now it looks as though
oh, bless you all on Christmas day.

John: But once a year.

Paul: Aye, and when it comes, it brings good cheer. So don't...

Christmas day
all my troubles seemed so far away.

Paul: Alright. Fade it there Charley! Take seven!

George: Okay, put the red lights off!

John: And this is Johnny Leyton just saying. "Good night to yours all and God bless you".

Paul: Alright, well, ther, that's got it done, then! ...What are we gonna do now?

George: Has he turned it off?

Paul: I think he has.

George: Have you turned it off, lad?

Paul: Hey, basher!

John: It's still the same.

Paul: Turned it off, basher?