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Various Artists - My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas album mp3

Various Artists - My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas album mp3
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    Various Artists
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    My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas
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    1860 megabytes
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    1656 megabytes
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I wonder how long we can keep it there? If you haven't bought it already, you probably should. We need more things like this for the ENTIRE year. Banner art by: MLP Vector Club. Site created by Sethisto designed by knighty.

My Little Pony Minty is in very good condition with wear from play. Small pink discoloration of vinyl on left back leg. No scuffing of eyes or symbols. Minty is a mint green adult earth pony with white hair and blue eyes. Her symbol is eleven green clovers. She stands in the Collector Pose. Minty was originally released in Year 1 as a Flatfoot Pony. My little pony tiny tins minty new in tin never played with mint condition.

Minty accidentally breaks the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane" which is a beacon that shows Santa Claus the way to Ponyville. It now seems like Ponyville will not be having a merry Christmas this year. Minty is determined to do what it takes to save Christmas while all of Minty's friends do all they can to cheer Minty up. All of them learn that Christmas is not about gifts but is about friendship and love. Young girls will be thrilled by all the colourful and pretty ponies

Minty accidentally breaks the "Here Comes Christmas Candy Cane", which apparently guides Santa Claus to Ponyville. To try to make up for doing this, Minty gives each pony one of her socks (she hangs them like stockings on the other ponies' fireplaces). When Pinkie Pie finds out what Minty has done, Minty states that the sock giving is a bad idea, and then decides she should go to the North Pole herself to set things right. Minty is terrible at balloon flying, so the chase is on to save her in the process of saving Christmas

It's a Pony Kind of Christmas. A Pony Kind of Christmas features all of the seasonal classic and original carols from the original version, as well as five brand-new tracks from "A Hearth's Warming Tail," the 2016 holiday episode of Discovery Family's popular My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic animated television series. I was so glad to see an actual Christmas album from this cartoon, featuring actual Christmas songs. I love the real traditional holiday music, even if the lyrics have been adjusted to fit the pony characters.

In "A Very Minty Christmas," Minty accidentally breaks the glowing "here comes Christmas candy cane" that traditionally leads Santa through the clouds to Ponyville. Horrified that she has ruined Christmas for the entire village, Minty embarks on a perilous journey to the North Pole. Along the way, she learns the value of true friendship and discovers that simply giving of oneself can ensure a great Christmas for everyone. In "Dancing in the Clouds," Twinkle Twirl and her friend Sky Wishes strive to create an extra special dance for the friendship ball

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A Very Special Christmas is the first in the A Very Special Christmas series of Christmas-themed compilation albums produced to benefit the Special Olympics. The album was released in mid-October 1987, and production was overseen by Jimmy Iovine for A&M Records. A Very Special Christmas has raised millions of dollars for the Special Olympics. The cover artwork was designed by Keith Haring.