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A Very Ducky Christmas: The Robertsons Share Holiday Wishes, Plus Exclusive 'Ghosts of Christmas Past!'

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We're sure that just about everyone has had their Christmas wish list ready for weeks now — and the members of the Robertson family are no exception! If you're wondering what the Duck Dynasty clan is hankering for under the tree this year (besides record-breaking sales of their new Christmas album, "Duck the Halls"), we've got the goods right here. 

In this Yahoo Music exclusive, the Robertsons offer up their Christmas wishes, which include NFL tickets, a fill-up at the local gas station, shiny bullets...can you guess whose list each one of these lands on?

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Want to know if your guesses were correct? Let's take a tally:

  • Miss Kay is hankering for a little Drew Brees action and asked for "her boys to take her to a Saints game."
  • John Luke claims "gas money is always in demand."
  • And Jase says, "I'm kind of a low-maintenance guy. As long as I've got plenty of ammo, I'm good!"

There's more, however. Sadie's request should come as no surprise (new clothes), while Jep also is predictable and simply wants ... a gun.

Meanwhile Si probably has the best request of all: "Santa, are you listening? I want some time off! Give me a break that's more than a couple hours. ... I want a month!" (Perhaps he should be speaking to the brass at A&E, not Santa?!)

If that weren't enough, we've also got an exclusive glimpse at Christmas Past, Robertson-style. Check out Willie (pre-beard!), Korie, and the kids way back when, hanging with Santa, having fun in their holiday jammies ... and awww, that darling daddy/baby shot!

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Kris Kringle, take note: The Robertson family definitely lands on our good list for sharing these with us. So make sure to wrap up plenty of guns and bullets!

However, as Korie Robertson sagely notes, she doesn't even care if Santa comes to their house this year. "We are so blessed and we feel that we have everything that we could possibly want with our family," she says. "We're all together, and that's all that matters."

"Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas" was released at the end of October and contains contributions from country stars George Strait, Alison Krauss, Luke Bryan, and Josh Turner.

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