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> My fave Christmas tunes:
> I Believe In Father Christmas - Greg Lake/ELP (I especially love the
> group version on Works, Vol. II; this is the song that made me a
> legitimate op-er-ree sang-er thanks to Sarah Brightman)
> Christmas Wrapping - The Waitresses (C'mon...that bassline! I heard this
> song in Chapel Hill, and I always wanted to be that guy...and hang out
> with that totally KUUL lead singer in The Waitresses)
> War Is Over - John Lennon/Yoko Ono (It just grows on ya', 'specially
> since I'm reading the new bio)
> Wonderful Christmas - Paul McCartney (OK...I'm saying it! Like the ELP
> Fatther Christmas, it' s the intimacy and sincerity you get when you
> plug a synthesizer and a condenser mic in your own backyard Studer
> Linus and Lucy/Christmas Is Coming - Vince Guraldi (C'mon boomers, ya'
> know ya' LUV Charlie Brown and the gang
> Hark, The Herald Angels Sing - Really, I have to say my favorite version
> is from that classic Tennessee Ernie Ford album with the big blue-white
> star (Boomers and Silent Gen'rs know the one)
> ANY part or whole of Handel's MESSIAH - Jennifer, I will ALWAYS love
> you! (oh...that cello/bass duet at the end of "Glory to God")
> Merry Christmas, Darling - The Carpenters (you're only 10 once)
> My Christmas Card To You - The Partridge Family (Joe Osborn, Hal Blaine,
> and the Wrecking Crew) Why I do what I do...
> "To you and all your family
> Your neighbors and your friends
> May all your days be happy
> With a joy that never ends
> May peace and love suround you
> At Christmastime and all the whole year through"
> LUV TO ALL,
One More Song..."Celebrate Me Home" -Kenny Loggins; Like "Footloose" it's all in the delivery.