Music Monday – “Once bitten and twice shy/I keep my distance/But you still catch my eye/Tell me, baby/Do you recognize me?/Well, it’s been a year/It doesn’t surprise me”

It hasn’t been consistent but over the years, I’ve often done one off or even a series of Christmas-themed  “Music Monday” song posts through December.

I thought I’d do it again this year and have lots of ideas for this year’s series from a MetaFilter thread looking at the Wham song “Last Christmas” as well as various other songs (“Little Drummer Boy“, “Wonderful Christmastime“) that people are using as a fun personal challenge to see if they can make it through December without hearing their chosen song.

Personally, there isn’t too much Christmas music I don’t like and so I’m likely to fail any challenges I take on as I’ll listen to Christmas music, good or bad, non-stop all month.

Last night, I literally had a playlist that streamed “Last Christmas” *followed by* “Wonderful Christmastime”.  Then, after that, I purposely looked up “Little Drummer Boy” by Ringo Starr because Ringo! 🙂

Anyhow, in the spirit of that challenge, here’s my first December “Music Monday” song…

“Last Christmas” – Postmodern Jukebox

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