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The One Show's Christmas song!

Host_Ryan - One Show team | 18:49 UK time, Friday, 5 December 2008

Can't see the music video? Click here to watch Let's Not Fight This Christmas by Chris Difford and the Decorations.

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The One Show's experiment in creating a classic Christmas pop song has finally been unleashed upon the public. 'Let's Not Fight This Christmas' by Chris Difford and the Decorations was given its world premiere on The One Show, Friday 5th December 2008.

Chris Difford is the Chris Difford of Squeeze - he supplied lead vocals and the lyrics. The Decorations are The One Show's family of presenters - they provided their singing voices and dancing skills. Luckily, Chris Difford is quite good at lead vocals and lyrics.

Will 'Let's Not Fight' scale the charts? The competition is fierce this year. Heavyweight contenders include Geraldine McQueen (aka Peter Kay), Aled Jones, Leona Lewis, Status Quo and the winner of the X-Factor. Click here to watch clips of some of the bookies' favourites to be top of the pops.

Let's Not Fight This Christmas - download details

Let's Not Fight This Christmas by Chris Difford and the Decorations has been released as a download-only single. Children in Need will receive a minimum of 20p for every download purchased.

Our single will be available, as will many of its competitors, at many of the popular music-downloading websites. These outlets include: Napster, itunes, 7Digital, Orange, HMV, Vodafone, 3, Jamba, Nokia, Tesco, PlayCom, Virgin Mobile, T-Mobile Amazon and HMV. Please note: If your website is offering the single as a download and you're not on the list, please tell us and we'll add you to it.

See also: Dom's guide to downloading music.
See also: Watch our exclusive behind the scenes film.
See also: Des Coleman's series of films on Christmas pop songs.

 The One Show's Christmas single - a hit or a miss? Click here to add your one word review, below.

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