Trysts happen when Christmas trees set the mood. But –where?!
Only a million kisses are what Chris Thompson needs R+B style for “Under Our Christmas Tree.” And your heart, too.
Better rockabilly, if a touch much distortion, from Woodsy Pride finding what you want “Beneath the Christmas Tree.” Bring your little sleigh bells over here and you’ll get sumfin.
Billy Fairfield rolls the Louisiana blues all over you “Kissin’ and Huggin’ (Underneath the Christmas Tree).” He digs your lips, baby.
Kelly Clarkson is going to hold you “Underneath the Christmas Tree.” But she might pop you out of her arms, or your eardrums out of your head.
Conky pop from Iza who wants YOU “Under My Christmas Tree.” She wants you to be by her side… wait, where’s the tree in all this?
The Lilac Leaf has no place to rather be than “Under a Christmas Tree with You.” Orchestrated pop.
The Braxtons (incl. Michael) seem to rephrase hip hop to smooth jazz wanting her to be “Under My Christmas Tree.” Hunh, that’s so stodgy.
Take a breath. Bruce Bell-Myers sings about “Gifts (Underneath the Christmas Tree)” as a folk pro forma. But, as his wife is a recent cancer survivor, he only wants you. Harshed the buzz, but won the heart.
Bob Gulley serenades you to put/find love “Under the Christmas Tree.” That’s right, it’s from the 1991 TV movie ‘all i want for Christmas.’ Time flies when you’re listening to chimey pop with children choruses.
Don’t forget the Motown R+B! Curtis Turrentine Jr and Marvin Reed may get gifts for the unfortunate, but–for you, dear–“I’ll be Under the Tree Tonight.” No returns, baby.
Down and dirty folk from Dr. BLT finds “Love Underneath My Christmas Tree.” Chicka bowwow.
Sonny Landrth (feat. The DixieCups) swamp the blues with “Got to Get You Under My Tree.” Get the picture?