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Song About Wild Christmas Displays Goes Wild

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Song About Wild Christmas Displays Goes Wild

Song About Wild Christmas Displays Goes Wild

Song About Wild Christmas Displays Goes Wild

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Christmas decorations and lights adorn a house in Bristol, England. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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Judy Pancoast, an award-winning children's songwriter and entertainer, talks about a Christmas song she wrote that is gaining popularity on the Internet.

"The House on Christmas Street" describes the crazy house down the block that is covered with thousands of blinking lights, reindeer on the roof, 10-foot tall inflatable snowmen and a Santa Claus that says, "Ho, ho, ho!"