Every year, economists predict how much the gifts mentioned in the song '12 Days of Christmas' will cost in today's economy. In 2012, the estimate is over $107,000.

The most expensive items on the list are the seven swans a'swimming... flying in at about $7,000, while the least expensive is the partridge in a pear tree... the partridge is only $12, while the pear tree comes in at about $100. There are 364 items mentioned in all in the popular song.

The overall cost is up a little over 6% over last year.