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Almost every Christmas carol gets its title from the first line of the song, amirite?

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Not jingle bells or do you hear what i hear

Same goes with church songs.

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Yeah, in the songs you're talking about, the first line of the song is the refrain... the same place most other songs get their title.
And Christmas carols start with verses too, Silver Bells, Winter Wonderland, Let It Snow

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why not? that's how all the hymns are in the church hymn books. makes it easier to find the stupid song. and you know what to say when you are rapidly flipping through still trying to find it when the music starts.

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"Almost every Christmas carol"
"Almost every"
"Almost"
YOUR Argument is invalid.

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