Here we bring new water from the well so clear, For to worship God with, this happy New Year. Sing levy dew, sing levy dew, the water and the wine; The seven bright gold wires and the bugles that do shine.
Sing reign of Fair Maid, with gold upon her toe, Open you the West Door, and turn the Old Year go.
Sing reign of Fair Maid, with gold upon her chin, Open you the East Door, and let the New Year in.
Quick recap, since it's been a while: Abaddon never destroyed the Men of Letters; Sam and Dean grew up in the bunker while John roamed the country in a secret quest to track down Mary's killer; Sam ran away from home to go on a roadtrip of his own and wound up in Boston with Jenn, his girlfriend; Dean went to him after John stopped checking in; Jenn, like Jess, dies in a mysterious fire. Sam's much the same as his canon self, but Dean, in an effort to please his father, has become a Men of Letters' Man of Letters, to the point of creating and giving himself secret tattoos with magical properties; he's also spent his entire life as a shut-in. So far they've successfully managed two ghosts (one in a graveyard, the other in a lake), Dean has learned to order off a menu without looking like a complete weirdo, and now they're headed back to the bunker to collect more supplies and give Dean a chance to set it up for a more extended absence.