Popular song ‘What Does the Fox Say?’ brought to life with 25,000 Christmas lights

The extremely popular song, “What Does the Fox Say?” has been brought to life through a 25,000 Christmas light display in Tulsa, Okla.

Creator Jay Perkins choreographed eight songs to the lights with an app and a software program, starting the project back in August, according to NBC affiliate KJRH.

Hundreds of people parked around the home Saturday night to watch the display. The neighbors don’t seem to mind, and Perkins wants every spectator to leave with a message.

“I ask people to do a random act of kindness,” he told KJRH. “That’s what Christmas is all about. This is my gift to them.”

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Cheryl Carpenter Klimek

Cheryl Carpenter Klimek

Cheryl Carpenter Klimek has been a political consultant handling public affairs, political campaigns and PAC management for nearly 20 years.
Cheryl Carpenter Klimek


4 thoughts on “Popular song ‘What Does the Fox Say?’ brought to life with 25,000 Christmas lights

  1. Jay Are says:

    Outstanding ! Merry Christmas everyone !

  2. George Allegro says:

    Those of the liberty school understand that voluntary associations of free men are capable of far more than detached central planners operating with inferior information and selfish political motives.

  3. Liberalism Is Nonsense says:

    Ultimately, it’s up to each of us to build the shining city: http://www.savageleft.com/resources/beacon.html

  4. Barbie says:

    Love it!

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