"The Holly and The Ivy" is such a wonderful title, don't you think? It evokes the sight of greenery dotted with bright red, and the smell of trees and logs burning in the fireplace.
I also have a visual of "Silent Night." A cold night, everything covered with snow, and a long sweeping curve of a road with a bright light seemingly at its end. Either the road itself, or something that stands at the deepest part of the curve, is a "virgin." For the longest time, I thought "virgin" was a geographic thing --- " 'Round yon virgin," like "around that bend," or, "go all the way around the house."
"Are you here to see the new baby? Just go around that virgin there; you can't miss it."