Christmas Music…That Was Forgotten

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November 30, 2012 3:00 PM by Wade Blogs

Billy Heywood should be called Billy Hayseed. Kid is a product of too much television, soda, and video games. Sure, call me an old man for that but it’s apparent this kid doesn’t know talent.

Here is what he left out:

“Blue Christmas” by Elvis, Johnny Cash, Lady Antebellum
-One of the most covered songs ever. Bluesy beat and catchy lyrics

“What Christmas Means to Me” by Stevie Wonder
– Heard on every commercial or advertisement.

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” by U2
-Legendary holiday song by a legendary band. Put this on and prepare to be a daddy in August.

“Little Saint Nick” by The Beach Boys
-Fact: The Beach Boys make any room 10 degrees warmer.

“Christmas In the Sand” by Colbie Caillat
-A wild take on Christmas! Santa in a bathing suit! WOO!

“All I Want for Christmas Is A Real Good Tan” by Kenny Chesney
-I listen to this song and imagine this: Kate Upton & I on a beach sipping some rum drink on an exotic beach. I can dream.

“If I Get Home On Christmas Day” by Elvis
-It paints a picture without any visuals. Elvis’ vocals and lyrics tell a story of a journeyman trying to make it home to his baby on the most joyous day of year.

“Christmas Lights” by Coldplay
-Newer song for the season. Anything Coldplay sings is great.

“Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” by N*SYNC
-No Homo…one of my favorites. It gets me grooving and jiving.

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