Song Sequencing Details
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The absolute best way to enjoy the show is to listen through a "Walkman" type device that has an FM receiver and headsets.  The 2nd best way it to listen on your car radio. 

Writing the song sequences can very tedious and frequently there are very subtle parts of a song to which there is a corresponding visual effect.  That's why a clear, and sometimes elevated volume helps to hear some of the subtleties of certain songs, especially passages that are soft to begin with.  With headphones, you can more clearly hear these subtle instruments.  With that in mind, I've listed the songs in my playlist along with certain specific things to listen for.

Based on looking out my window at the cars watching,
people only watch these displays for a short period of time, like part of a song or maybe 1 or 2 songs.  And that might be it.  If you appreciate it like I do, you can watch the same song many times, and each time you hear it, you hear and or see something you didn't before.  Below are the songs in my playlist and things to watch for.

Some of the sequences in my show were given to me.  They were originally written for someone else's house which is totally different from mine.  Virtually all of these sequences have been slightly to very heavily modified to match my physical layout, as well as add effects to parts of the song that didn't exist.  Of the sequences I wrote, most of them follow the melody and instrumentation.

"Holidays are Coming"
 1996 Coca Cola TV Commercial
The song starts off with the "Holidays are Coming" lyrics with the lumenarias pulsating to that lyric and continuing throughout this 60 second song.  Palm tree trunks and roofline lights follow the melody.  From the beginning and throughout the song, the blue arch light string over the front entrance syncs with the chimes.

"The Polar Express"
This sequence was given to me and it's one of the few that have had very few modifications to it.  The very quickly paced, almost random selection of flashing lights would seem to go well with almost any display.

"Christmas Vacation"
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"Mele Kalikimaka"
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"All I Want for Christmas"
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"Christmas Canon Rock"
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"My Favorite Things"
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"Carol of the Bells"
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"Wizards in Winter"
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"Dance of the Sugar Plum Faries"
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"Believe . . . In Holiday Magic"
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"When Christmas Comes to Town"
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"Sleigh Ride  (Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops"
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"Christmas Eve Sarajevo"
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"Hallelujah"
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"Jingle Bell Rock"
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"All Alone on Christmas"
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"Whoville Medley"
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"Miracle on 34th Street"
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"The Bell That Couldn't Jingle"
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"Linus & Lucy"
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"Deck the Halls"
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"Mad Russian's Christmas"
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"Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train"
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"Sleigh Ride  (Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass"
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"Jingle Bells"
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Song Sequencing Details
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