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You could do that. Scary Christmas. Today it retains a towering presence in the Christmas canon, as synonymous with the holiday as tinsel and paper crowns.
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Think you had a bad Christmas last year when you burned the turkey? The results are No one does Christmas quite like our Sufjan. This could be a good one to change up the vibe from Christmas lazing to some Christmas loving. Despite not even managing to break the top fifty when it was first released, it has become an enduring holiday favourite and spawned plenty of covers. A fine achievement. Good old Macca. This little ditty isn't going to shake up your festive paradigm, but it won't half stick in your head.
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The King adds some characteristic swagger to this cover of the country original. And since the song is mainly used as a bargaining tool by parents, it does make sense to have kids on the mic.
Clearly people of all generations and nationalities are able to enjoy this harmless slice of Christmas cheese. This year, it's bound to be helped along a bit by Elton's irresistibly nostalgic appearance in the John Lewis Christmas ad. Rat Pack star Martin recorded this version in , fifteen years after it was originally sung by Frank Loesser and his wife at the end of a party — as a gentle suggestion that their guests should probably get going.
The lyrics have caused some controversy does the female companion really want to stay or is she being held against her will? At the beginning of this somewhat unlikely Christmas smash, you can hear the moment at which hip hop arrived.
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