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Please Come Home for Christmas

December 17, 2022

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, recorded by Charles Brown, 1960.

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 19, 2021

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, recorded by Charles Brown, 1960.

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 19, 2020

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, recorded by Charles Brown, 1960.

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

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 23, 2019

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, performed by New Jersey’s Jon Bon Jovi (John Francis Bongiovi, Jr.) and his band, Bon Jovi.

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 13, 2017

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, performed by New Jersey’s Jon Bon Jovi (John Francis Bongiovi, Jr.) and his band, Bon Jovi.

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 24, 2015

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by  Charles Brown.and Gene Redd, performed by New Jersey’s Jon Bon Jovi (John Francis Bongiovi, Jr.) and his band, Bon Jovi.

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Please Come Home for Christmas

December 17, 2015

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by Charles Brown and Gene Redd, recorded by Mr. Brown in 1960, followed an earlier hit, “Merry Christmas Baby.”  “Please Come Home For Christmas” sold steadily every December and by 1968 had sold a million copies.

Many of Charles Brown’s subsequent titles should come as no surprise: “It’s Christmas All Year Round,” “Christmas In Heaven,”  “Christmas Questions,” “Wrap Yourself In A Christmas Package,” “Christmas Blues,” “My Most Miserable Christmas,” “Christmas Comes But Once A Year,”  “Let’s Make Every Day A Christmas Day.”

“Please Come Home For Christmas” has been recorded by many artists, including Pat Benatar:

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 24, 2014

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by Charles Brown and Gene Redd. Performed by Pat Benatar.

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Please Come Home For Christmas

December 22, 2013

“Please Come Home For Christmas,” written by Charles Brown and Gene Redd, Performed by Pat Benatar.

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