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Old 12-20-2002, 02:35 PM   #16
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Slade - Merry Xmas everybody
Wizzard - I wish it could be Christmas every day
Anything by Paul McCartney
Anything by Cliff Richard

lots more but those are the ones I can think of atm...
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i'm so gonna d/l that

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Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas by Coldplay
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I *hate* "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus." It's always sung by some purely irritating six-year-old of indeterminate gender with a bad lisp. It is, far and away, my least favorite Christmas song. Although Wham's "Last Christmas" is pretty bad too.

Good ones:

"Christmas Rap" (or whatever it's called) by the Waitresses
"The Christ Child's Lullaby" Shawn Colvin
"Oi to the World" No Doubt
"I Saw Three Ships" Sting
"Children Go Where I Send Thee" Natalie Merchant
"Santa Claus is Coming to Town" Bruce Springsteen

(and, the absolute champs of Christmas songs)

"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" A Charlie Brown Christmas
"O Holy Night" Nat King Cole
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Wonderful Xmas Time - Paul McCartney
Springsteen's version of Santa Baby

[color=royal blue]Springsteen did "Santa Baby" ???? That's disturbing!!! I can't stand Madonna's version... but a MAN singing it? That's cracked out... [/color]
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Cliff Richard- that mistletoe and wine song
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"Santa Baby"
NOOOOOOO!!!!!! That song is great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

One time, I put that song on when we were puttin' up the tree, and my sister started dancin' and lip synchin'...it was the most hilarious thing I'd ever seen! I put that on every year now, and she always gets excited and does her little performance. I didn't get to see her last Christmas, so I have to make sure I bring the CD with me this year!!!!
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Ay Ay Ay It's Christmas

by Ricky Martin.
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Hurry down the chimney tooniiight....

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[color=royal blue]Springsteen did "Santa Baby" ???? That's disturbing!!! I can't stand Madonna's version... but a MAN singing it? That's cracked out... [/color]
It was on the rotation last year in the store I work at. My co-worker and I found it to be verrrry disturbing, too. lolol
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I can't stand christmas music where all the instrumentation is synthetic -- like where they're using Casio synthesizers, or whatever. And that kind of music is ALL over the place. Play some real friggin' horns, piano and guitars, for christ's sake.

We SoCal'ers have KROQ to thank for the "Kevin and Bean" Christmas CD's that they've released the last several years. They've got some really great tracks (including Coldplay's "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" on this year's CD). I'm eventually gonna burn a compilation of the KROQ CD's which will give me one kickass xmas album.
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yes, "simply, having, a wonderful chritsmas time" is my least favorite. too bad it is from a good artisit. VERY Closey followed by Ricky Martin's garbage.

I also heard "Dominic the Italian Christmas Donkey" in the taxi ride from the airport on CHristmas Eve. I found it hilarious, but it is one of those songs that could be easy to hate in about ten minutes.
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