How to work out what your "dream Christmas song" is: viral Twitter post says there is a perfect festive song for everyone
What is your perfect Christmas song? Apparently there's an easy way to work it out.
The Christmas season never fails to throw up a few musical surprises; this year has seen Robbie Williams team up with boxer Tyson Fury, and football pundit Chris Kamara recently scored a Top 10 with an album of festive covers.
According to a Twitter user, your "dream Christmas song" is the single that was the Official Christmas Number 1 when you were ten years old, recorded by whatever artist you last listened to (they suggest on Spotify but any music platform will do).
Your dream Christmas song is the Christmas No.1 the year you were aged 10 covered by the last artist you played on Spotify.— Jon Birchall (@jonbir90) November 27, 2019
Mine: Bob the Builder's Can We Fix It? by Leonard Cohen
To work out yours, look back at every Official Christmas Number 1 single here.
This writer's works out as Spice Girls' Goodbye by Camila Cabello, and the question has sparked hundreds of replies - the results are mostly brilliant.
Do They Know It's Christmas by Post Malone. I'd honestly be into it— Adam Jones (@Adam_Jones94) November 27, 2019
Mr Blobby by the Arctic Monkeys (Alex Turner crooning Tranquility Base era). Can actually see it working.— Guy Keeble (@guykeeble) November 28, 2019
Mistletoe & Wine - Disclosure 🤔— amar singh (@amarjourno) November 27, 2019
‘2 become 1’ by Rage Against the Machine. I’d pay good money to listen to that but I would pay even more to hear the Spice Girls cover ‘Killing in the Name’— Jenni Roberts (@JenniR29) November 28, 2019
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