If you’re from Oklahoma or live in Oklahoma, then you know “The Jingle”. It was written back in 1956 and was made for B.C. Clark Jewelers, an Oklahoma City jeweler since 1892. The catchy tune kicks off each year at Thanksgiving and plays both on the radio and TV. It’s easy to remember and sing along with.
It’s one of those songs that emotes goodwill—if you hear it while in a store or in an elevator, you get a shot of instant goodwill towards all mankind. If you’ve moved away from Oklahoma, it’s something you miss every year. Of course, you can catch it on YouTube, or put it on your player, but the spontaneity of haring it on TV or the radio is gone.
Here it is, for your enjoyment.