Driving Home for Christmas" is a Christmas song written and composed by Chris Rea. It was originally released as one of two new songs on Rea's first compilation album New Light Through Old Windows in October 1988, and issued as the fourth single from the album in December 1988, where it peaked at in the UK Singles Chart
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And with each Christmas, comes a few new Christmas albums. Last year, we had releases from Keane's Tom Chaplin and Elvis Presley, so what festive treats can we expect this year? John Legend - 'A Legendary Christmas'. Release date: October 26. John Legend previously appeared on Mariah Carey's Merry Christmas II You album in 2010, and now he's releasing a full festive collection. Stevie Wonder will guest star on the record, which includes both covers of classics and brand new songs. Engelbert last released a Christmas album in 1980, and he's now bringing out his long-awaited follow-up. He has covered festive classics and two new songs. He has also taken on Chris Rea's 'Driving Home For Christmas' and the Eagles' 'Please Come Home For Christmas'. William Shatner - 'Shanta Claus: The Christmas Album'.
Victim of a Drive-By Lyrics. in dirty coast Now sorry you're the one got me reachin' for my hip No friends in the game in the spot victim of my clip Fuck all you bustas' step and you're gonna die Comin' at yo' ass victim of a fuckin' drive by. Break out the mask and the Glock and get rid of you (pop pop 'till you drop, bre-break, bre-bre-break) Break out the mask and the Glock and get rid of you (pop pop 'till you drop, body full of bullet holes) Break out the mask and the Glock and get rid of you (pop pop 'till you drop
August Darnell, "Christmas On Riverside Drive". August Darnell, best known as Kid Creole of Kid Creole and the Coconuts and a core member of Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band, recorded this glorious disco ode to uptown Manhattan during the holiday season for Ze Records' A Christmas Record in 1981. That album, a one-of-a-kind classic of post-punk/disco holiday cheer, also features the wonderful "Christmas Wrapping" by the Waitresses, which went on to become a very well-known Christmas staple.
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