in this case, the word deck is used to mean to adorn with something ornamental, from the dutch word decken, meaning to cover. this use of the verb to deck is seen in the phrase all decked out, used to describe someone who has dressed in finery. related phrases are decks the halls, decked the halls, decking the halls.
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lyrics to 'deck my halls' by stay out. put on a show, during the holidays fake a smile, turn your back on your old ways take the time to ask me a question rest of the year i'm left in depression
listen free to relient k deck the halls, bruise your hand (angels we have heard on high, deck the halls and more). 10 tracks (25:55). deck the halls, bruise your hand is the first christmas album of relient k released november 4, 2003. it was released in many stores as a combo pack with later copies of their previous full-length album, two lefts don't make a right
this is what the experts at carols.org.uk have to say about it: 'the music to deck the halls is believed to welsh in origin and was reputed to have come from a tune called "nos galan" dating back
lyrics to 'deck the halls' by the carpenters. deck the halls with boughs of holly fa la la la la la la la la 'tis the season to be jolly fa la la la la la la la la don we now our gay apparel
the popular "deck the halls" song is a christmas carol that dates back to the sixteenth century. it wasn't always associated with christmas, however; the melody comes from a welsh winter song called "nos galan," which is actually about new year's eve.