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Type Bee: Autumnal Christmas

20 October 2009



David Archuleta is a powerful singer. Gosh! He even has the power to push the calendar around. It’s not even Halloween yet, but I’ve got that Christmas spirit! I don’t believe I’ve ever been so ready to sing holiday carols. David Archuleta’s debut holiday album, Christmas from the Heart, is not only an early gift, it is a treasure for every Christmas from now on.

How many shopping days till Christmas?

David Archuleta’s collection of Christmas tunes is the perfect holiday gift. Buy one for your family, friends, and neighbors. Christmas from the Heart is a collection of 13 songs, including familiar English, French, and Spanish carols, a couple of popular tunes, and an original song entitled “Melodies of Christmas.”

Listen to each song on YouTube:

  1. Joy to the World
  2. Angels We Have Heard on High
  3. O Come All Ye Faithful
  4. Silent Night
  5. The First Noel
  6. O Holy Night
  7. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  8. I’ll Be Home for Christmas
  9. Pat-a-pan
  10. What Child is This?
  11. Riu Riu Chiu
  12. Ave Maria
  13. Melodies of Christmas

Thank you Superkid | Blitzer Grayson for all the YouTube videos!

Buy, Gift, and Donate!

Now that you’ve heard them, buy the album and gift a few copies to your nearest and dearest. Team Archie makes it possible to gift to those far and wide, including international fans who may not be able to purchase the CD themselves.

Team Archie is once again facilitating the giving and the receiving of David’s music. You can make a gift to those who cannot purchase the album themselves. You can request a gift for yourself.

Christmas album TODAY!

Order yours today on Amazon.com!


Main Entry: au·tumn
Pronunciation: \ˈȯ-təm\
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English autumpne, from Latin autumnus
Date: 14th century

1 : the season between summer and winter comprising in the northern hemisphere, usually the months of September, October, and November or as reckoned astronomically extending from the September equinox to the December solstice —called also fall

From: “If Ever I Would Leave You” by Robert Goulet
Songwriters: Lerner, Alan Jay; Loewe, Frederick

But if I’d ever leave you
It couldn’t be in autumn
How I’d leave in autumn
I never would know.

I’ve seen how you sparkle
When fall nips the air
I know you in autumn
And I must be there.

Autumn is from 22 September to 21 December. David’s “Holiday Tour” is in late autumn.


Before you start your Christmas shopping, here’s one final thought…


Take a music bath once or twice a week for a few seasons, and you will find that it is to the soul what the water bath is to the body. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809 – 1894)

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  • pikepss | 1 | 20th October 2009 at 8:33 pm |

    OMG! I forgot about the song If Ever I Would Leave You – such beautiful lyrics! No matter what time of year it is…..we will never leave David! HaHa! Maybe one day we will hear David sing that song! Or at least twittering it….he does come up with some old ones!

  • Caro (unregistered) | 22nd October 2009 at 7:59 pm |

    Oh I did enjoy having all those you tube videos handy… cleaning house to David’s Christmas songs!

    Hey, I gifted a CD to a team of girls at work and I have never gotten so many hugs. They were all so happy to get another CD of David’s songs. And I love giving them to this group because I get to hear David too when I pass by their office. haha.

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