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JD McPherson presents SOCKS, A Christmas Album. Featuring eleven original tracks written by JD McPherson and his friends. SOCKS is an album of holidays songs sure to be standards while you are decorating the tree. Come get warm by the fire with songs such as “All The Gifts I Need” and “Every Single Christmas”.
SIDE A:1. All The Gifts I Need2. Bad Kid3. Hey Skinny Santa!4. Socks5. Every Single Christmas6. Ugly Sweater Blues
SIDE B:1. Holly, Carol, Candy & Joy2. Santa’s Got A Mean Machine3. What’s That Sound?4. Claus Vs. Claus (feat. Lucie Silvas)5. Twinkle (Little Christmas Lights)
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