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Old 11-13-2011, 01:01 PM
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My Favourite Time of Year by The Florin Street Band
Words & music by Leigh Haggerwood


This Victorian-themed Christmas song and video was produced without record company backing.
After trying to gain record company support (for years!)
British composer Leigh Haggerwood decided to make it happen himself so he gathered together his musician friends
and wrote, produced and sung this Christmas song himself.



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