#NotBaconBitsAdvent - Day 6: From Christine McVie to...

Yesterday on the #NotBaconBitsAdvent calendar we played Christine McVie, so what did you choose for today's song? You can thank @WolfPaw36 for this one too ...

Find the rest of the #NotBaconBitsAdvent calendar here

As always for #NotBaconBits, once you've listened to today's choice, we're looking for your suggestions for tomorrow's track. Join in by tweeting us your suggestions @albiemediaAM with the #NotBaconBitsAdvent hashtag or adding your suggestions in the comments of our #NotBaconBitsAdvent Facebook or Instagram post every day - remember the link can be as simple or contrived as you want, in any music genre (it doesn't have to be classical or pop) and you can link to anything about the song - the title, the artist, words in the song, something about the video ... anything as long as you can explain how you got there and show your workings. 

BUT REMEMBER for the #NotBaconBitsAdvent Calendar there must ALSO be a festive link of some sort AS WELL! Whether it's something in the name of the song or band/singer, or it was a Christmas number one, or that it mentions something festive like snow or fairylights or whatever, we're looking for a DOUBLE LINK this time around.

If we pick your suggestion for the next song link in the chain, you'll get the credit in that day's article and shout outs on our social networking streams.

Yes, I know, I know. We don't normally allow people to pick the #NotBaconBits song two days in a row but it's Christmas and it is a Willie Nelson song and the Ed isn't here so we're running with it. Here's @WolfPaw36's connection suggestion:

"Christine McVie wrote Songbird which was subsequently by Willie Nelson on his own Songbird album. Nelson released a Christmas album Pretty Paper in 1979. The title song is a very poignant and relevant song for these times."

So what song would you choose to link to for tomorrow? Another classic country song? Paper maybe? Ooh, or some (w)rapping? Ok, maybe not... help us out here!

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