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Jolly Ol' St. Nick
Character(s) Spike
Sung by Cathy Weseluck
Music by Benjamin Hanby
Daniel Ingram (additional music)
Lyrics by Benjamin Hanby
Daniel Ingram (additional lyrics)
Length 2:26
Album It's a Pony Kind of Christmas
Key signature E♭ major

Jolly Ol' St. Nick is a popular Christmas song written by Benjamin Hanby originally published in 1881. Its melody is similar to the original version of the chorus of Jingle Bells with a chord progression similar to that of Pachelbel's Canon. Spike's version serves as the eighth track on the album It's a Pony Kind of Christmas.


Jolly old St. Nicholas, lean your ear this way
Don't you tell a single soul what I'm gonna say
Christmas Eve is coming soon, now, you dear old man
Whisper what you'll bring to me, tell me if you can
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Whatcha gonna bring to me?
Is it a stash of gems that I can eat all day and night?
Or is it a diamond ring that I can give to Rarity?
When the clock is striking twelve and I'm fast asleep
Down the chimney broad and black, with your pack you'll creep
All the stockings you will find hanging in a row
Mine will be the shortest one, you'll be sure to know
Scatta-boop boop, badda-do bap ba!
Come and gimme those Christmas presents
Scootily-boop, scootily-boop, scootily-boop ba!
Don't make me wait no more
Babba-doop boop
Give me some presents!
Doodle-oop boop daddila boop ba!
Scabba-doo, scabba-doo
Come give it to me, Santa, yeah!
Pinkie Pie wants a candy hat and Applejack wants to cook
Rainbow wants a lightning chain and Twilight wants a book
Rarity wants a set of lace and Fluttershy wants a nest
Now choose for me, dear Santa Claus, what you think is best
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Whatcha gonna bring to me?
Jolly old St. Nicholas
Whatcha gonna bring
Whatcha gonna bring to meeeeee?
Scattily-doo, scattily-doo, scattily-doo wow!

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