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A New Year's Auld Lang Syne

A New Year's Auld Lang Syne

What does "auld lang syne" mean, anyway? Loosely translated, this perennially popular New Year's Eve phrasing means "long time ago," "long time since" or "long, long past."

New Year's Eve is a traditional occasion for reflecting upon cherished memories from past years and looking forward eagerly to the future with family members, friends and other loved ones.

How will you celebrate New Year's Eve this year?

Will you play "Auld Lang Syne" at your New Year's Eve party?

Here's "Auld Lang Syne," from the soundtrack of the 1940 film, Waterloo Bridge. (Subtitles are included - revealing the lyrics:



What's on your New Year's Eve playlist?

How about this favorite, "As Time Goes By," performed by Frank Sinatra, from the soundtrack of the 1941 film Casablanca?



Happy New Year! Be safe!

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