Do you remember those "good ol' days" when the world was a little more innocent, when TV commercials could be viewed by the whole family, no one even imagined that "Merry Christmas" could be offensive, and world peace was only one soft drink away?

Whether you're old enough to remember these times or too young to believe they could ever have existed, you'll savor the sweetness of this vintage Coca Cola Christmas commercial from the 1970s. People from seemingly every culture hold candles and sway as they sing "I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony." The camera pulls back to reveal the group sitting on a hill, forming a human Christmas tree. Is it a Yuletide vision of "peace on Earth, good will toward men," or crass commercialism? Let us know what you think down below.