Released: 6th December 2004.
The entire lyrical content of the song revolves around the whole reason Paul Holt has a record deal in the first place: buy this record and do Simon Cowell out of ฃ50,000. Which in principle might sound good, until you remember that in doing so, you're only supporting the X-Factor concept. Namely, the production of soulless pop dirge, marketed solely on the basis of the artist's own temporary novelty factor. The song isn't entirely terrible, being based on Gary Glitter's "Another Rock And Roll Christmas", with a touch of Slade in there for good measure. But in terms of singing, it sounds like Paul Holt had nose-plugs on when he recorded it. If you hate the X-Factor concept and decide to buy this solely on that basis, you're shooting yourself in the foot.