Golden Rules Makes A Holiday Song That Celebrates All That Goes Into Giving (Audio)

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This year, some of the best holiday music has been drenched in reality. Macy Gray’s “All I Want For Christmas” looked at bigger issues (Black Lives Matter, poverty, world peace) on her personal Christmas list. Now, Golden Rules, the Lex Records duo of Paul White and Eric Biddines makes a song about picking up extra shifts to support the loved ones with gifts. Eric’s soulful vocal tone and Southern dialect charm the track, as Paul White channels some festive sounds in this beat.

“Night Shifts At Christmas” is not a gimmick at all, or the least bit whimsical. Rather, this bonus holiday single gets at love, sacrifice, and the quest we all have to make certain moments special for those we care about.

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