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"Unto Us, This Holy Night" is a song from Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas and Go Santa Go!.


Song Credits

1996 Version

Karaoke Version

  • Music, Lyrics and Arrangement: John Field
  • Musical Arrangement: The Wiggles, Dominic Lindsay
  • Producer: Murray Cook, Jeff Fatt, Anthony Field, Greg Page
  • Engineer and Mixer: Chris Brooks, Alex Keller, Roy Mollace, Aaron Ruig
  • Recording Location: Tracking Station Studios
  • Publisher: AMCOS
  • Copyright: Universal Music Group

2013 Version

  • Music and Lyrics: John Field
  • Arrangement: Anthony Field, John Field, Lachlan Gillespie, Simon Pryce, Emma Watkins
  • Producer: Anthony Field
  • Engineer and Mixer: Alex Keller
  • Recording Location: Tracking Station Studios (Original Instruments), Hot Potato Studios (Additional Instruments, Vocals and Backing Vocals)
  • Publisher: AMCOS/Wiggly Tunes
  • Copyright: Universal Music Group

Musicians

1996 Version

Karaoke Version

2013 Version

Lyrics

In a manger, in a stable

Unto us this holy night a little baby’s born.

Mother Mary, father Joseph

Unto us this holy night a little baby’s born.

Following the drummer boy

Guided by the Eastern star

Following the drummer boy

To the east…

See the Wise Men, see the Shepherds

Unto us this Holy night a little baby’s born

Mother Mary, father Joseph

Unto us this holy night a little baby’s born.

Trivia

  • The word "Unto" is similar to "Onto".
  • In the 2013 version, the brass section is omitted so the guitars and keyboards can sound more clearly. Extra guitars, including for the break, are not only added but The Wiggles sing "Unto us this holy night a little baby's born" in a-Capella at the end, as well.

Video

The Wiggles - Unto Us, This Holy Night03:37

The Wiggles - Unto Us, This Holy Night

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