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Christmas song

Yes indeedie, it seems it’s time year again. Curtesy of radio smooth FM
Please song you hear
TheMadcapLaughs
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  • edited November 23
    1st Christmas song this year
    Wham last chartmas




  • Nooooooooooo!!!!!!!!

    It's not even December ;weep
    imagelost
  • Noooooooooo!!!!! It's Wham ;weep
    MrsGreyTheMadcapLaughs
  • I once herd it ment
    West
    Ham
    Are
    Majic
    Little fibs lol
  • Image

    I'm closing this thread, and will reopen it when we put the Christmas decorations up, which is normally 1st December.
  • Recap on songs sofar
    Wham last Christmas twice
    John Lennon happy Christmas war is over once
    Chris rea driving home Christmas once
    Maybe it’s time to play those Christmas songs you love
    Perhaps this is something local may have done
    Hammerwombat
  • imagelost said:

    Grey ;ok

    I switch my Christmas lights on 6th “ gray”
  • Wham - Last Christmas.
  • is a really whiny song! (and I like most of Georges stuff)

    Fairytale of New York... Kirsty MacColl
    imagelostMrsGreyDJ HammerExpat_Hammer
  • Baz
    Love that one
  • edited December 1
    Best Christmas song ever IMHO is Greg Lake's "I believe in Father Christmas" with the instrumental riff from Prokofiev's Lieutenant Kijé Suite, (written for the 1934 Soviet film Lieutenant Kijé: thanks Wikipedia ;biggrin ) added at Keith Emerson's suggestion.
    I do love a bit of Prokofiev. ;wink
  • I like that one too. Also like the Prokofiev addition to it which totally makes the record. It also reminds me of Woody Allens Love and Death
  • Joni Mitchell - River
    Jona Lewie - Stop the Cavalry
    Everything but the Girl - Come on home
    or
    The Vandals - My first Xmas (as a woman)
  • Joni Mitchell - River ;ok - Then just leave the rest of the Album on.....
    ASLEFshrugged
  • edited December 2

    Joni Mitchell - River ;ok - Then just leave the rest of the Album on.....

    River is track 3 on side 2, so you'd only have "A case of you" and "The last time I saw Richard" left

    (I still think in vinyl)
  • A case of you was my wedding dance with wifeof - I was in the wine trade at the time - so very appropriate
    " I could drink a case of you, and I'd still be on my feet"

    Thats pretty good.....
  • bbb, talking of lyrics, how about

    "these are the clouds of Michelangelo, muscular with gods and sungold"

    billybondsbeard
  • NE
    I love that whole album - Hejira for me is 'made' by Jaco Pastorius's fretless basslines all the way through it.

    (Sorry to go off the thread topic Mods ;biggrin )
    NEoldiron
  • Being born in 1964, and having very fond memories of the 1970`s, to me Christmas means Roy Wood and Slade. With an honourable mention to Greg Lake. I can`t wait.

    IIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTSSSSSSSSSSSSSS CHRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISTMAAAAAAAAAS
    billybondsbeardimagelost
  • bbb

    or
    "white flags of winter chimneys wave truce against the moon
    in the mirrors of a modern bank, from the window of a hotel room"

    Wow, just, wow
  • Meant to say, apart from those, I do like the Jona Lewie one, it`s my daughters favourite.

    NE, they`re just a collection of random words, they don`t even rhyme. What about:

    The boy stood on the burning deck........................
    MrsGreyironmike44
  • Madcap, que? ;hmm
  • ;wahoo ;handbag ;wahoo
  • Mot The Hoople: Death May Be Your Santa Claus

    Although, on reflection, it doesn't seem to be very Christmassy.
    SuzanneClaretHammerwombat
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