what song about Marty Maher were they singing in the christmas scene in the Long GREY LINE?

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My phone!!!!!!!!!!! I left the damn thing at church. Guess what? It's closed tomorrow!

Answered: Christmas gift for a dentist?

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Answered: All the world celebrates Christmas.

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Who sings

TAKE ME TO CHURCH is sung by HOZIER. :) Hope it helps!

French song

I think Arlo Guthrie did. Or maybe I did. I'm not sure. I forgot. signed- Glenn Campbell

Name for christmas song

The Christmas Shoes by NewSong It was almost Christmas time, there I stood in another line Tryin' to buy that last gift or two, not really in the Christmas mood Standing right in front of me was a little boy waiting anxiously Pacing 'round like little boys do And in his hands he held a pair of ...

70's song gotta get up to get down get your booty on the floor

Might be a couple different ones. The first one is from 1971, the late great Harry Nilsson. The other one I recall is by Coolio. (not my fav) See comments