-- A collection of goats singing, or maybe screaming, holiday tunes may be the most surprising Christmas album of this holiday season.
The songs were released earlier this month by the Swedish branch of ActionAid, a global charity focused on fighting hunger and poverty.
The "All I Want for Christmas Is a Goat" album even includes a music video with the “goat editions” of Christmas classics from “Jingle Bells” to “Silent Night” and “White Christmas.”
A spokesman for ActionAid USA told ABC News that his counterparts in Sweden created the video and album to raise awareness of the organization’s goat gift card program in which people can purchase a goat for a community.
“ActionAid Sweden sell 3,000 to 4,000 goat gift cards per year,” Chris Coxon told ABC News today. “Buying a goat has a multiplier effect within the community so you’re not just giving a goat to one family but it becomes a resource for the whole community.”
The goat “voices” on the album come from goats living in Sweden, according to Coxon.
“The important thing was to catch these typical ‘goat-ish’ screams,” he said.
The Christmas album is available to listen to for free on Spotify.