Bob Dylan, Christmas, British Military Wives Choir Sings It All

Members of a military wives' choir sing outside number 10 Downing Street on Dec. 6 before a reception for service personnel held by Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron. The choir's song is on pace to become the Christmas No. 1 in U.K. (Andrew Winning/Reuters )

Not to go overboard on YouTube videos, but here is the “official video” the British Military Wives Choir singing Paul Mealor’s “Wherever You Are” with Gareth Malone.

The Military Wives raise money for two charities who work tirelessly to support the British Armed Forces and their families. There’s a push to make the song Number 1 by Christmas. A CBC story states that the choir is on its way to gaining the top spot for their song. The Number 1 song will be announced on Dec. 25th.

Here’s the British Military Wives Choir singing Bob Dylan’s “To Make You Feel My Love.”  Unlike the first video, the choir is performing in a public space so you can see the reaction of the audience as the amateur choir performs.

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4 Responses

  1. A great group of Ladies and a good sound.

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  4. A wawe of emotion pervade mind and heart when we eard these chorus. Voices penetrate on sentiments and sentiments fused with voice. Stupend is the word that more describe exibitions and sensations.
    Thanks for the emotions You have done me Claudio Alpaca

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