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Music Video: Last Christmas

Artisit: Wham!

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1984
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:37

  • Copyright: Wham!

Music Video For Last Christmas By Artist Wham!

Reviews For Last Christmas By Artist Wham!

  • Great video

    By 🐢🖤💃🏽
    Love George Michael!
  • Christmas.......

    By casanova9
    Christmas won't be Christmas with out you George......May you rest in peace,will continue playing it for years to come!!!!
  • WIll Never Go Out Of Style

    By JohnathanSM
    This timeless classic is one of George's for which he will always be remembered. Thanks for all the love and memories, George!
  • My official Christmas song of my birth year!

    By SDGlambert5045
    I can't believe I bought the video to this Christmas song. This was the original version that was a popular holiday tune from my birth year of 1984. And now 28 years it still sounds the same. I cannot believe it when my mom remembered hearing it shortly before she gave birth to me. It's the same old thing 28 years later and still popular! I also bought the song alone on here more than a week ago!
  • Great Video

    By salrang2002
    This is a great video but the song is even BETTER! Love this song so much. I doesn't even have to be Christmas time to enjoy this song.
  • X-Mas Classic

    By Bittersweet09
    It wouldn't feel like X-Mas if I didn't listen to this song!!!
  • Thats my 80's

    By Booken
    So cool to relive those memories of the rebel years, many will never how cool the 80's was still a cool video.
  • very very cheesy!!!!!!!

    By christmas-music-police
    ultimate blue cheese!!!! don't buy it!!!! :(
  • Save thou manatees

    By maddiegarvey
    do you like manatees? i do

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