"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" as written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Philip Spector....
The snow's coming down
I'm watching it fall
Lots of people around
Baby please come home

The church bells in town
All singing in song
Full of happy sounds
Baby please come home

They're singing "Deck The Halls"
But it's not like Christmas at all
'Cause I remember when you were here
And all the fun we had last year

Pretty lights on the tree
I'm watching them shine
You should be here with me
Baby please come home

They're singing "Deck The Halls"
But it's not like Christmas at all
'Cause I remember when you were here
And all the fun we had last year

If there was a way
I'd hold back this tear
But it's Christmas day

Please
Please
Please
Please
Baby please come home


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"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" as written by Jeff Barry Ellie Greenwich

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    General Comment"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" is a song by Darlene Love from the 1963 Christmas compilation album, A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector. The song was written by Phil Spector, along with Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, with the intentions of being sung by Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes. According to Darlene Love, Ronnie Spector was not able to put as much emotion into the song as needed. Instead, Love was brought into the studio to record the song which became a big success over time and one of Darlene Love's signature tunes.
    Darlene Love has performed the song on the final new episode of the Late Show with David Letterman before Christmas every year, from 1986 to 2008 (previous to 1994, the performances were on NBC); in 2007, this did not occur due to a writer's strike. The song is always performed with the Late Show's house band, the CBS Orchestra, augmented by additional strings and other instruments, as well as a full choir.
    The song was also used during the main titles for the film Gremlins.

    sepultura1987on December 02, 2009   Link

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