The Pogues – Fairytale of New York feat. Kirsty MacColl Download & Streaming

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Fairytale of New York Track Info
Artist(s): The Pogues
Release Date: November 23, 1987
Genre: eltic rock, eltic punk, christmas music
Lenth: 4:33
Writer(s): Shane MacGowan & Jem Finer
Producer(s): Steve Lillywhite
ⒸCopyright: ℗ 1987 Warner Music UK Limited

About "Fairytale of New York" Song

"Fairytale of New York" is a eltic rock, eltic punk, christmas music song by Celtic punk, folk punk musical band "The Pogues" featuring Kirsty MacColl. This song's duration is (4:33 min) and available in 7" and 12" vinyl, cassette, CD single and digital [mp3] format on music online shopping store Apple Music/iTunes & Amazon Music.

The song Fairytale of New York is written by Shane MacGowan & Jem Finer, produced by Steve Lillywhite and was released in November 23, 1987.

The song took years to write, it was released in 1987. Now a Christmas Standard, it enters the UK Top Twenty every December.
It's about Irish people who emigrated to America in the 20th century in hope of making it as entertainers in New York. Many didn't, however, and ended up homeless. It is also said to come from a desire to move away from tacky Christmas songs and to highlight the fact that a lot of people have a terrible time at Christmas.
The song's title comes from the 1973 novel A Fairytale of New York by Irish-American author James Patrick Donleavy, who was born in New York but later moved to Dublin and became an Irish citizen. In the book, the narrator says:
When I was a little boy. Left in a brand new foster home. I went out playing the afternoon around the block got lost, so busy telling all the other kids a fairy tale of New York. That my real father was a tycoon and my mother a princess…

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Fairytale of New York

"Fairytale of New York" is a song written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan and recorded by their band the Pogues, featuring singer-…

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Kirsty MacColl
Kirsty MacColl

Genre: Pop, rock, country, folk, world music, alternative rock

Instruments: Vocals

The Pogues
The Pogues

Genre: Celtic punk, folk punk