Liam Payne Releases New Holiday Song 'All I Want (For Christmas)'

 

All we want for Christmas is for Liam Payne to keep singing sweet songs in our ears.

The pop star debuted a lyric video to accompany the release of his early holiday track, “All I Want (For Christmas),” which — in case you’re wondering — shouldn’t be mistaken as a rendition of Mariah Carey’s iconic “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” In Payne’s record is far more somber, as the musician croons of wanting to save his broken relationship with his beloved.

“Tell me, where did we go wrong?/ We should be singing Christmas songs/ Instead of shouting all night long like we do,” Payne opens the piano ballad, leading to the emotionally-charged chorus: “If we can make it through December/ Maybe we’ll make it through forever/ ‘Cause all I want for Christmas/ Is you and me to fix this.”

“All I Want (For Christmas)” is the latest offering to appear off Payne’s upcoming debut album, LP1, after the previously-released single “Stack It Up” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. “So I can finally reveal that my new album LP1 will be out on 6th December!” he announced in a statement earlier this week. “I’m so happy with it and I’m sorry it’s taken longer than planned. … I can’t wait to share the album with you with you all.”

This weekend, fans can listen to Liam Payne’s new song, as well as all of his previous records, on demand on iHeartRadio for free! Here's how: Beginning October 25th through October 27th, iHeartRadio is handing over the keys to music fans to experience ALL that the app has to offer during All Access FREE Preview Weekend. In other words, experience all the perks of All Access on iHeartRadio ... for FREE. Search and play any song instantly, create unlimited playlists or listen to the hundreds of playlists we’ve created (including playlists curated by your favorite artists), as well as replay and save songs directly from the radio to your phone, and enjoy unlimited skips. Just open up your app and enjoy!

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