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Which R the 3 new songs of JB which recently came out..???? ( from the Mistletoe album)

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Asked by poojajaina, 31 Oct '11 02:55 pm
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Days leading to the release of Justin Bieber's Christmas album "Under the Mistletoe", three new songs from the holiday effort hit the web. One is an original jam called "Christmas Eve", and the other twos are cover versions of classic songs "All I Want for Christmas Is You" and "Drummer Boy".

The "Christmas Eve" was written by Bieber's "Next 2 You" collaborator Chris Brown. It features the teen charmer crooning about finding a love on the December 24 night. He's yearning to spending the holiday together with her, hanging stockings on the fireplace and eating cookies.

While Bieber sings solo in the original song, he teams up with Mariah Carey in the "All I Want for Christmas Is You" remix. The R&B diva kicks off the toe-tapping song and the teen popstar follows suit in the second verses. "I won't ask for much this Christmas/ I won't even wish for snow/ And I'm just gonna keep on waiting/ Underneath the mistletoe," he sings.

As for the "Drummer Boy", Bieber joins forces with ...more
Answered by valobasa, 31 Oct '11 02:59 pm

 
  
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Under the Mistletoe
Christmas Eve
Answered by aflatoon, 31 Oct '11 05:04 pm

 
  
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Under the Mistletoe
Christmas Eve
Answered by klm, 31 Oct '11 04:43 pm

 
  
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Mistletoe
christmas eve
all i need for christmas is you
Answered by DIKSHA SINGH, 06 Apr '12 11:10 am

 
  
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