#1
hey
we been asked to do an acoustic show for xmas
and they want us to play a christmasly cover
any ideas?
We are set up as
Vocals
Acoustic
Bass
Drums

or possibly just Acoustic and vocals
#4
Do blink 182's "wont be home for christmas" its quite funny in a juvenile kinda way, but who aint got time for laughing at 3 retards in these tough times?
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#5
Carol of the Bells.
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#6
If you have a REALLY REALLY good vocalist (female i would say) you could play "All i want for Christmas" by that American singer woman (don't remember her name)
#7
^ Ugh. Why would you subject innocent people's ears to that?

"Merry Christmas Baby" as made famous by Springsteen
"What Christmas Means To Me" by Stevie Wonder
"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" by John Lennon
"Run Rudolph Run" as made famous by Chuck Berry
#8
There's the obligatory suggestion of Merry Christmas Everybody by Slade.

Personally I'd shoot for Please Come Home For Christmas by Charles Brown/The Eagles, or Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - U2 did a pretty awetacular version of it.
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