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iPod song of the week – Holiday 2007

Filed under : iPod Song of the Week
On December 24, 2007
At 2:00 pm
Comments : 4

Special Monday edition! Since I already did my post last year on my favorite Christmas song ever, it only makes sense that this year I would do it on my second favorite goyish holiday tune. Now, most of the time, I choose a song you may have forgotten or not known and you’d like to be reminded of it. But this time, I chose one most people would like to forget. But not me! I love this song.

It’s important to remember that when it comes to Christmas songs, it’s not usually the aesthetic merits of the song that turn you on, but rather the remembrance of good times past which it evokes. And this song does that for me. When I think about Christmases past I think of being off from school for a week and hanging out with my friend Heather who had a large house that was that stereotypical one in the neighborhood that was always full of kids running around. Heather was my best friend and when I’d sleep over, she’d leave the radio on when we went to sleep because she knew that’s what I liked. And on Christmas Eve it would always be a holiday song marathon.

So this song reminds me of a blissful break from school (which I hated) and good times at my friend’s house (which I loved) and makes me feel free and happy. And it’s really about that, just being happy. I don’t care how cheesy it is!

Happy Christmas to all my Christian friends!

Paul McCartney – Wonderful Christmastime

Streaming audio available on the iPod Song of the Week page.


4 Comments for this post

  1. Pious B says:

    I can’t believe you heart this song. Even I don’t dig it all that much, and I am the next Lady McCartney.

  2. sarpon says:

    Amazing! I got the earworm without clicking on the song.

    Thanks ever so. Happy Christmas!

  3. Becca says:

    Pi! I hoped you’d comment on this. But you’re never going to be Mrs. Macca with that attitude. Or two legs.

    Sarp, I get this feeling somehow that no one is actually going to click on the link.

  4. KP says:

    I know you know how I feel about this song. In fact, I was just telling Studly the other day about how much you like this song and he also expressed his disdain for it.

    I am so glad Sir Paul has you rooting for him. He could use some friends these days.

    You know I love you anyway and appreciate the sentiment. Thanks Bec!

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