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Chewbacca Singing “Silent Night” Is the Only Christmas Song You’ll Ever Need

It’s already been a very Wookiee Christmas with the massive success of yet another Star Wars movie. Rogue One dominated the box office in its first weekend, making this the second December in a row where the galaxy far, far away has left us all in a holiday frenzy. So it only makes sense that we are blessed with the sweet sounds of Chewbacca serenading us all into the Christmas spirit with a rousing rendition of “Silent Night,” thanks to How It Should Have Ended.

The original idea of “Chewbacca Sings Silent Night” was by Scott Anderson in 1999, and the audio has been shared and recreated a number of times. For this version, HISHE collaborated with James Covenant, the man behind the equally wonderful Star Trek “Make It So” holiday video, to turn up the cheer to 11. Watch below and sing along!


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Sharon Tomasik

Sharon is a writer for Fandom. Her previous work includes writing for 944 Magazine and Vegas Seven Weekly covering everything from beauty, health, entertainment, and movie reviews. Sharon loves magic, hobbits, dancing, and pigs. If you can't find her, she's probably in a movie theater.

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