Two Chairs No Waiting 115: Mayberry Christmas to All 2010

by Floyd on December 21, 2010

Host: Allan Newsome
Running time: 0:13:21

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Mayberry Christmas to all!  Lets have some fun and sing along with “Barney the Mayberry Deputy” (Sung to the tune “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer). The lyrics are below.

We also get to hear Miss Ellie sing Away in a Manger for the close of the podcast.  I hope this episode brings to mind the joy of the Christmas season no matter what time of year you happen to be listening.

Barney the Mayberry Deputy
(Sung to the tune “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer”)

Barney the Mayberry deputy,
Had a very shiny badge,
And when he cleaned his bullet,
He would use liquid Pledge.

All of the other deputies,
Tried but it just wasn’t the same,
They couldn’t match ole Barney,
Tiger Fife was his name.

Then one foggy Christmas Eve,
Andy came to say,
Barney with your build so right,
Won’t you be our Santa tonight.

My how the folks there loved him,
Andy, Opie, Ellie and Aunt Bee,
Barney the Mayberry Deputy,
You’ll go down in History!!!

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Related Links:

  • Newsome’s Christmas Card 2010 – You can also see all our past cards at the The Ghosts of Christmas Past.
  • Mayberry Fan Fiction –  Here’s a trip back to Mayberry using your mind and the written word. You’ll love reading these stories and traveling back to “our hometown.” If you have a story of your own that’s about Mayberry and the friends that we find there, please submit them to us for placement here so that other fans can enjoy your talents.
  • Lost Episode–An Unforgettable Christmas©  – Join your Mayberry Friends as they again visit the holiday season. Written and copyright by Joe Gritton. You can download or read online. (28.0KB) Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. (Most word processors will read this format.)
  • Opie’s Christmas Wish © – The 2nd new script written and copyright by Jeff Gainer. Yours to download or read online and enjoy. (10.7KB) Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. (Most word processors will read this format.)
  • Ronnie Felker – Christian Speaker and Impersonator
  • David Morris – – Ernest T.’s real life son may not be throwing rocks but he is “playing” rock. David Morris, son of Howard Morris, has been busy recording a solo rock album dedicated to his dad. Many folks won’t know that “Ernest T.” started out as a drummer and bought David a drum set when he was about 10. Check out and purchase David’s “rock” album called “Picture an Accident” by visiting the albums web site.
  • Video Version of this podcast episode on YouTube

Executive Producer of Two Chairs No Waiting Episode #115: David Morris

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Richard L Rehm December 23, 2010 at 8:39 pm

When Andy first opened the purse,at the court house,after Opie brought it in,he stated “there is no identification in it”If they had Parnells bank book they would have been able to return the purse to him..So how could he have Parnells bank book.

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Richard L Rehm January 16, 2011 at 11:42 pm

My coment is on Pod Cast 117 Mayberry Party Line.Why would there be pay phones,with dials, in Mayberry?I know of two instances where they show up in TAGS.First in Ellie Comes To Town,on the drug store wall,and in Those Gossipin Men,when the women of Mayberry were spreading the gossip over the telephone about Barneys injured finger.

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Tim Bradshaw February 10, 2013 at 7:14 pm

Really like the Christmas Card and nothing beats hearing Ellie singing “Away in the Manger” Yeah I am listenting to this on Feb 10, 2013 but hey, a second Christmas ain’t too much now is it? Enjoyed it! Nite, Nite…zzzzzzzzzz

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