It Feels Like Christmas from The Muppet Christmas Carol – Multilingual Version!


Argh! It feels like Christmas! I’m so excited to share this with you!

A few months ago now, I shared the idea of creating a multilingual Christmas song with some language learning friends.

Now, it’s ready. (Just in time for Christmas!)

If It Feels Like Christmas from The Muppet Christmas Carol is one of your favourite Christmas songs then this is for you! Click through to see an awesome 18 language multilingual version.

Have you seen The Muppet Christmas Carol? It’s my all-time favourite Christmas film. One of my favourite Christmas songs? It Feels Like Christmas from that film.

Who’s in the video?

Agnieszka Murdoch

Aga is a Polish language lover living in London who runs the blog 5 Minute Language and has studied English, French, Spanish, German and Swedish. She’s the creator of The Motivation Journal too!

Sarah, Maik + family

Sarah and Maik are the team behind Lingotastic, language classes for little ones in Buckinghamshire, England. You may recognise Sarah from the vlog at Language Show Live earlier this year. So lovely to have their children repping young language learners in the video too!

Alex Gentry

Alex is an inspiring language learner from the US who has studied a range of languages including Hindi, Indonesian, and Russian, as you can see in the video. He runs The Language Voyager and has a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

Kerstin Cable

Kerstin is an anglophile German. I’m pretty sure she won’t mind that description! She teaches and blogs at Fluent Language and we also co-host a podcast called The Creative Language Learning Podcast. Subscribe on iTunes here and Stitcher here.

Angelika Davey

Angelika is a German tutor based in the UK. Much like myself, Angelika has experience teaching a huge range of students from age 3 to 80! You can read more on her blog here.

Shannon Kennedy

Shannon is a Northern Irish language learner and musician living in California. She’s studied many languages and is currently waiting for the results of her HSK exam for Chinese. (Good luck!) She write at Eurolinguiste.

Jeremy Ginsberg

Jeremy is an American based in Vietnam. You might be wondering where he filmed his parts of this video. The answer is on a TV set! Jeremy was on a Vietnamese reality show and now works on his own show. Read more here.

Kristoffer Broholm

Kris is the mastermind behind The Actual Fluency Podcast and a native Dane with incredible English skills and ever-growing skills in German, Esperanto and Russian. Kris is currently learning Hungarian in Budapest.

Siskia Lagomarsino

Sis is a Mexican language learner with English, Japanese, Italian, and French knowledge who blogs at The Polyglotist. She’s also got some Esperanto in the mix and is currently learning Mandarin Chinese. You might recognise her because back in May, Sis visited my little town and stayed with us for the weekend! We made a couple of videos about Mexican cooking and Mexican Slang Words.

Jimmy Mello

Jimmy is the man behind the Mello Method and My Polyglot Podcast. He is a Brazilian with a love for London and languages! He’s studied languages including English, Catalan, French, German, Indonesian, and many other languages. You can read more and listen to the podcast here.

Sing along!

The lyrics are on the screen in both the language they’re being sung in and English. The English translation is the original lyrics, not the translation.

If you want to sing along or learn the lyrics, I’ve put them onto a PDF for you. Click below to get it riggggght….now.

I hope you enjoy the song!

It feels like Christmas!

Which languages did you recognise in the song? Share in the comments!

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About Lindsay Williams

Lindsay Williams always had a curiosity for language. From spotting that most of the words on Italian road signs ended in vowels to actually wanting to order the baguettes on holiday in France, the warning signs were there. It wasn’t until Shakira released Laundry Service and she asked for a Spanish dictionary for her birthday to translate the Spanish on the album that things got what might be described as serious. Since then, Lindsay has gone on to study more languages than her fingers can count, including a degree in Modern Language Studies along the way. After founding Lindsay Does Languages to inspire independent language learners to go further when doing it solo, she now hopes it’s contagious.