Christmas Music is out, but is it too early?

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Christmas Music is out, but is it too early?

Alyssa Sutterfield, Staff Writer

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   Halloween is officially over, which means that Thanksgiving is right around the corner. But is too early for Christmas music to play on the radio?

  Christmas music started playing on 100.3 WNIC the morning of Nov. 8, 2018 and will play for approximately eight weeks. To be exact, the lines “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire”, from “The Christmas Song” by Nat King Cole, started playing at 8:15 am.

  So, what’s Lakeview High School’s opinion on the idea of Christmas music playing before Thanksgiving?

  62% of Lakeview’s questioned students don’t think that it is too early for Christmas music, but 38% thinks that it is too early for it.

  Junior Jordan Foster stated, “It isn’t too early for Christmas music because it’s right around the corner.”

  Sophomore Andrew Messina joked, “ It’s not too early for Christmas music, because Christmas is everyday of the year.”

  Sophomore Jordan Miller stated, “Yes it is too early for Christmas, because you can’t skip holidays. People can’t play Christmas music before Thanksgiving happens.”

  Freshman Vincent Winczner stated, “It’s never too early for Christmas music because it’s lit!”

  People know that Christmas is out and playing on almost every station, but what is people’s favorite Christmas song?

  Junior, Pamela Galindo stated, “I like almost all the Christmas songs, but my favorite is the Mariah Carey version to ‘All I Want for Christmas is You.”

  Sophomore, Hailey Elwarner stated, “It’s the basic answer, but ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ by Mariah Carey.”

  So, the news is out. Most of Lakeview High School’s population is in favor of Christmas music.

  It’s beginning to look like Christmas everywhere you go, so hang your stockings because Santa Claus is coming to town!