Clay Aiken – I Wish You Harmony Your Whole Life Long

I wish you music, I wish you song;
I wish you harmony your whole life long
The warmth of memories that long remain
I wish you Christmas, a merry Christmas,
And may God bless you till we all shall meet again.

The ABC show, Good Morning America has always opened their doors to Clay Aiken.  He has visited the show many times.  Sometimes he performs and other times he talks about his music, his career and the many projects that he supports.

On December 25th, 2005, Clay Aiken sang a moving rendition of David Fosters Grown Up Christmas List.  Clay had performed a few days earlier for a live performance on GMA and took a few minutes to record this beautiful song so it could be broadcast on Christmas Day.  This particular performance is one of my favorites.  It isn’t because it is perfect, or that Clay looked great, or that I am in the holiday mood.  I think it’s because the performance is understated and shows that Clay is singing from his heart.

I know that I have posted Grown Up Christmas List on this blog before, but this is right there at the top.  I hope you think so too!!

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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – I Wish You Harmony Your Whole Life Long

  1. One of my favorite also – Clay sounds wonderful and it is a very special song! I remember watching this all those many years ago! Thank you for all of the great pictures and the video.

  2. Thank you for the pictures and the video. Clays voice is perfect for this song. It is with beautiful music and words. I like just the piano and the guitar. This is one of my favorite Christmas songs. The video is perfect. I love this version of the song. Thank you CANN.

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