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The Christmas in You

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The Christmas in You

The Christmas in You
Studio album by Jill Johnson
Released November 16, 2005
Genre Christmas
Label Lionheart Records
Jill Johnson chronology
Being Who You Are
(2005)
The Christmas in You
(2005)
The Woman I've Become
(2006)

The Christmas in You was released on 16 November 2005 and is a Christmas album from Swedish pop and country singer Jill Johnson. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in the United States. It peaked at #3 at the Swedish album chart.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • 2008 bonus tracks 1.1
  • Chart positions 2
  • References 3

Track listing

  1. The Christmas in You
  2. The Angels Cried
  3. What Child Is This?
  4. Blue December
  5. Merry Christmas To You
  6. Blame it on Christmas
  7. Winter in July
  8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  9. First Christmas in You
  10. The Christmas Song
  11. O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
  12. I Bring Christmas Back to You
  13. I Want You for Christmas
  14. I Wanna Wish You All a Merry Christmas
  15. Down to the River to Pray

2008 bonus tracks

  • 16. When Christmas Was Mine
  • 17. Big Bag Of Money

Chart positions

Chart (2005-2007) Peak position
Sweden 3[1]

References

  1. ^
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