Karen and Jay wanted to record May All Your Days Be Holidays for many years. Both of them love the winter season (especially in picturesque New England) and have many fond memories of not only the sights but the sounds of the holidays. It was a gradual process of narrowing down which songs they liked the best.

Jay wanted to write a new song for the album, and it took him two years to do it. The evocative tune became the title track. The collection features many old favorites plus some lesser-known songs that Karen and Jay enjoy performing.

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The Songs

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (Eddie Pola & George Wyle)
(There's No Place Like) Home For the Holidays (Al Stillman & Robert Allen)
The Christmas Song (Robert Wells & Mel Torme)
Jingle Bell Rock (Joe Beal & Jim Boothe)
There Is No Christmas Like a Home Christmas (Carl Sigman & Mickey J. Addy)
Silver and Gold (Johnny Marks)
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Sammy Cahn & Jule Styne)
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (Irving Berlin)
Christmas Time Is Here (Lee Mendelson & Vince Guaraldi)
May All Your Days Be Holidays (Jay Ducharme)
Sleigh Ride (Mitchell Parish & Leroy Anderson)
Winter Wonderland (Dick Smith & Felix Bernard)
A Holly Jolly Christmas (Johnny Marks)
Silver Bells (Jay Livingston & Ray Evans)
Snowfall (Ruth & Claude Thornhill)
Toyland (Glen MacDonough & Victor Herbert)
White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin & Ralph Blaine)

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