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The Christmas Collection (Olivia Newton-John album)

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The Christmas Collection (Olivia Newton-John album)

The Christmas Collection
Olivia Newton-John
Released 30 October 2001
(see release history)
Genre Christmas Music
Label Hip-O
Producer Olivia Newton-John (executive)

The Christmas Collection is a Christmas compilation album by English-born Australian pop singer Olivia Newton-John. The album consists of songs from Newton-John's studio album 'Tis The Season, with some of her performances on Kenny Loggins's 1999 TNN television special and plus new songs.

Track listing

  1. "Christmas Never Felt Like This Before"
  2. "The First Noel"
  3. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"
  4. "Silver Bells"
  5. "(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays"
  6. "What Child Is This?"
  7. "Away in a Manger"
  8. "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"
  9. "O Holy Night"
  10. "White Christmas"
  11. "Ave Maria"
  12. "Silent Night"
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