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    Default Radio firsts for Christmas 2012 - songs of the season

    So that jolliest of seasons is creeping up so I thought I'd start a seasonal thread, just for fun.

    I hate driving, especially in the winter weather at this time of year (an expected high of -1C for us today -- currently -4C) but a merry tune always helps things along.

    Anyways the first Christmas tune I heard this year, on the radio on my drive home from work on Monday, was "Driving Home For Christmas" by Chris Rea - quite apt really

    So what was the first Christmas themed songs that YOU have heard this year?

    (Excludes snippets on TV ads or radio jingles. Must besongs that have been broadcast/played in full.)
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    -1 degrees? Lucky. We're around 30+.

    As for christmas themed songs, unsurprisingly, there were some at the last church service I went to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    -1 degrees? Lucky. We're around 30+.
    Humph!!! *wrapping scarf another time around neck*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverleyh View Post
    Humph!!! *wrapping scarf another time around neck*
    More like "Humph!!! *takes off all clothes*"


    It's soooooo hot here
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    Being hot sounds nice (to me) about now - we sometimes get over 30C, but that's obviously on the other side of the calendar
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    This is why I like spring... Not to hot, not to cold. We get a large varience in the temperature between Winter and Summer... It's freezing in the Winter, and boiling in the summer
    To answer the actuall question ( ), it was the Christmas-y one by Michael Buble...

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    Quote Originally Posted by keyboard1333 View Post
    *takes off all clothes*"
    ...
    To answer the actuall question ( ), it was the Christmas-y one by Michael Buble...
    Oh, that only narrows it down to a couple of hundred
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    ...
    ?
    It's called a........ joke?

    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    Oh, that only narrows it down to a couple of hundred
    He only has about one Christmas song (apparently, I was wrong )... I think it was this one.
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    He has albums of christmas songs.
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    Oh dear, we dont seem to be doing very well with the Christmas songs. Has nobody else heard anything festive yet?

    I had hoped that this would be an easy thread for everyone to reply to.
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