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Discussion in 'Chattery Teeth (Other)' started by Jojo87, Dec 9, 2013.
Not my fav, but it has the Muppets.
Making Christmas, from the Nightmare Before Christmas. I've never been one to embrace Christmas.
This one has sentimental value for me. My son Zachary was born in mid November, I remember rocking him by the light if the Christmas tree while this song played, I still tear up. (He just turned 18 this November)
No, no, no. Not possible to choose. So many contenders. I could not choose 1 from the following short list, they change daily at Christmas.
The Pogues - A Fairytale of New York.
Wizard - I wish it could be Christmas Everyday.
Mariah Carey - All I want for Christmas is you.
Chris Rea - Driving home for Christmas.
Worthy mentions go to:
Chris De Burgh - A spaceman came travelling
Slade - Merry Christmas Everybody
Shaking Stevens - Merry Christmas Everyone
Status Quo - It's Christmas Time
I doubt many people outside of the UK will be aware of this version of Wham's "Last Christmas" by James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preachers. It was on TFI Friday many years ago, and is brilliant. Check it out.
How cosy is that? Filmed in a bar, Richard and Judy chillin with a beer in the crowd. TFI was awsome.
Little Drummer Boy's my favorite by far. I like a lot of them…
For me this tune always conjures images of how Christmas used to be celebrated in less "commercial" times.
I am not the biggest fan of Ms Spears, but this Christmas song is good.
Traditional: What Child Is This?
Contemporary: I love this one (I have a special respect for Joseph. He had to have had a LOT of faith.)
O, Holy Night.
I can agree with you Haunted.
Little Saint Nick by the Beach Boys.
Ah, so nice. Thanks, Neesy.
Today my brain is stuck on this: