Posts Tagged ‘I Want to Come Home for Christmas’

I Want to Come Home for Christmas

December 20, 2021

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairston and Marvin Gaye, recorded and produced by Mr. Gaye in 1972. While there were other R&B Christmas songs about the Vietnam conflict, this may be the only one written from the POW point-of -view. The recording was not released until after Marvin Gaye’s death.

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I Want to Come Home for Christmas

December 18, 2020

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairston and Marvin Gaye, recorded and produced by Mr. Gaye in 1972. While there were other R&B Christmas songs about the Vietnam conflict, this may be the only one written from the POW point-of -view. The recording was not released until after Marvin Gaye’s death.

2020 note: Stay the hell home this Christmas. COVID-19 is not an appropriate yuletide gift.

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I Want to Come Home for Christmas

December 20, 2017

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairston and Marvin Gaye, sung by Ne-Yo (Shaffer Chimere Smith), from the soundtrack of  Malcolm D. Lee‘s 2013 film “The Best Man Holiday.” It was originally recorded by Marvin Gaye in 1972 as an R&B Christmas song about the Vietnam conflict, the only one written from the POW point-of-view, but it was not released until after Mr. Gaye’s death.

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‘I Want to Come Home for Christmas’

December 21, 2016

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairstonand Marvin Gaye, sung by Ne-Yo (Shaffer Chimere Smith), from the soundtrack of  Malcolm D. Lee‘s 2013 film “The Best Man Holiday.” It was originally recorded by Marvin Gaye in 1972 as an R&B Christmas song about the Vietnam conflict, the only one written from the POW point-of-view, but it was not released until after Mr. Gaye’s death.

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‘I Want to Come Home for Christmas’

December 10, 2015

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairston and Marvin Gaye, sung by Ne-Yo (Shaffer Chimere Smith), from the soundtrack of  Malcolm D. Lee‘s 2013 film “The Best Man Holiday.” It was originally recorded by Marvin Gaye in 1972 as an R&B Christmas song about the Vietnam conflict, the only one written from the POW point-of-view, but it was not released until after Mr. Gaye’s death.

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I Want to Come Home for Christmas

December 27, 2014

“I Want to Come Home for Christmas,” written by Forrest Hairston and Marvin Gaye, recorded and produced by Mr. Gaye in 1972. While there were other R&B Christmas songs about the Vietnam conflict, this may be the only one written from the POW point-of -view. The recording was not released until after Marvin Gaye’s death.

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