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Merry Trump Christmas
Enjoy the last one!
by Will in Chicago
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Will in Chicago
Happy Chanukah!!! Merry Christmas!!!! Happy Solstice!!!
Here are some holiday songs for you.
We Three Kings with Hugh Jackman (You will believe that a future Wolverine can sing.):
Christmas in the Trenches (Inspired by true stories)
Adam Sanler Hanukkah Song:
Cheech and Chong: Santa Clause and His Old Lady
Run, Run Rudolph - Chuck Berry:
Walking in A Winter Wonderland - Annie Lennox
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/We Three Kings - Bare Naked Ladies with Sarah Maclachlan
I Believe In Father Christmas -- Greg Lake
Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
All I Want For Christmas -- Mariah Carey
Last Christmas - Wham!
Merry Christmas, Baby - Charles Brown and Bonnie Raitt
Santa Claus is Coming To Town - Bruce Bringsteen
In light of today's blog and the statements of a certain person, let me offer this:
Merry Christmas From Chiron Beta Prime (Is this Donald Trump's Vision of Christmas Future?)
Do They Know It's Christmas - Band Aid
Judah Maccabee - Rabbi Joe Black
So This Is Christmas - John Lennon
Light One Candle -- Peter, Paul, and Mary
Will in Chicago
2016 has claimed yet another celebrity - pop star George Michael. I think that this song is a fitting tribute and perhaps a good reflection on where we are at the end of the year as we venture forth into the uncertainty of 2017.
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