Catalogue Number: 6846
Program Date: April 12, 1999
A, B, C, D
E, F, G
Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full
Up above the world so high
Y, and Z
Baa baa black sheep, have you any wool?
How I wonder what you are
A Green and Red Christmas. October 17, 2006.
- Zat You Santa Claus
- A Red and Green Christmas
- The Christmas Party Sing-Along
- Merry Christmas Baby
- The Man With The Bag
- Santa Baby
- It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
- North Pole Comedy Club
- Run Run Rudolph
- Christmas Smorgasbord
- The Christmas Queen
- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
"S" for Sesame, to a place from Sesame. "W" for Watermelon, don't eat big pieces. "I" for Imagine, just like Barney does. "N" for Nice friends to each other. "G" for golly Molly there. "S" for Snakes to slither along, He or she give a push but remember to hold two hands. "S-W-I-N-G-S" to the tune of "M-O-T-H-E-R" sung by Fireman Duck.
Jolly Tour Dinosaur Christmas. The home video version of Barney's Night Before Christmas on September 28, 1999 because this program released December 4, 1999. In it, COLD OPEN with Clover featuring previews of The Muppet Movie 1999 VHS on June 22 1979 rated G and spelled out the S-W-I-N-G-S because Diasia's Mom gave her a push so remember to hold two hands. Muppets From Space coming July 14, The First Snow of Winter coming this Fall, Baby Geniuses, The Wind In The Willows, Bear In The Big Blue House from Jim Henson Television, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss from Jim Henson Television, The Great Muppet Caper, and The Muppets Take Manhattan. Tamantha reads this title card in voiceover right after The Barney Theme Song. Simply after "Winter's Wonderful" swimmingly "Elmo's World Up and Down." (EKA: Episode 4080) After this scene where Hannah's house transformed to Santa's house was finding their dog Lucy. (EKA: Episode 3884) Video: Computer Caper (2002) Pledge Break with Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck. "Merry Christmas! Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck here. Time to have their pledge break. Ha, not that kind of break. That means, time to stop the show a little while. And when you come back, there will be Bing Crosby singing this version from 1962 of "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow", Caroler #3 telling Barney to play Gene Autry singing "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer", this Christmas waltz "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year" words by Edward Pola and George Wyle sung by Andy Williams, and then after that, Ms. Allison from Summit will list previews of The Muppets Take Manhattan right after the last song to hold hands and sing "I Love You". Don't go away, 'cause the program will be right back." Clover spelled Diasia's swings with Tamantha while the song "Joy To The World" plays. "S", Samantha, "W", Wilbur, "I", Ingrid, "N", Nick, "G", Gerald, "S", Sally. After "We Wish You A Merry Christmas", he went to visit Luna with Alpha Baa Baa Twinkle Duck because The Goodbye Song used a different recording with BJ and Tiptie. So after the last song "I Love You", Ms. Allison from Summit lists previews of The Muppets Take Manhattan on July 13 1984 and spelled Diasia's "S-W-I-N-G-S" again just like Clover did simply nighttime music plays. Muppets From Space coming July 14, The First Snow of Winter coming this Fall, Baby Geniuses, The Wind In The Willows, Bear In The Big Blue House from Jim Henson Television, The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss from Jim Henson Television, The Great Muppet Caper, and The Muppet Movie. The end credits are pretty long. That have "One Light One Sun" and "Disneyland Fun" there. Two hours of musical Christmas fun with over 128 minutes, 64 Christmas songs, this great Christmas songbook, four Jolly Tour Dinosaur Christmas stickers. During the end credits with the Barney VHS announcement voiceover by Sonia Manzano, her voice for Maria. "Be sure to order "Very Merry Christmas Songs" and the "Sing-along Songs The Twelve Days Of Christmas" sing-along. Watch more Barney with super-dee-duper fun."