Favourite Christmas carol/song?


An accurate representation of my life every single day of the year.


No idea who the ladies in the Santa outfits are. I do find it amusing that the only personality in that clip to have attempted an actual music career isn’t shown singing.

If you’re so inclined, there’s full cuts of the Tom Williams, AOK and Alexandra Davies versions on YouTube.





I miss daggy channel idents. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


The bloke Seven have used for 100 things the past 15 or so years.


Name 25. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


And that my friend is known as over-exaggeration


I’ve told a million times: Don’t exaggerate. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


Christmas Lights by Coldplay and All I Want for Christmas is You.


Hope somebody thinks to remove that one from the playlist before James Packer’s Christmas celebration today.


Ah yes, Mariah baby '94 :notes:

Bought a $20, 100 songs Christmas album to play in the 5 CD changer tomorrow for the fam.

I’m finding Britney Spears’ “My Only Wish” rather catchy!


CD changer?

Wow, I haven’t seen one of those for years…


What’s a CD and why do you need to change it? :thinking:


It’s actually only about 7 years old.

It’s good, because the album is 5 discs, so I click all discs and repeat each, so all arvo it was playing Chrissy tunes in good quality sound.

Especially when conversations go a bit flat later on.


I played the new Pentatonix Christmas album via Google Play Music.


one of my favourites is ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?’


That song creeps me out and makes me feel like I’m about to be ripped to shreds by evil Gremlins.


There’s really only one, and this is a good version.


Whitney Houston’s “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” with a spine tingling vocal run at the very end.

Might be a bit too Christian and/or traditional for some though.


Further to this from last year, How To Make Gravy and White Wine In The Sun.