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Wham! Goes Skiing
LAist's Yuletide/YouTube marathon just keeps on coming with this little ditty.
The Wham! classic, "Last Christmas," holds the record as the biggest selling single not to top the chart. It reached up to #2 in the UK in December of 1984, shut-out of the top spot by Bob Geldof's Band Aid megahit "Do They Know It's Christmas?"
Last Christmas I gave you my heart,
but the very next day, you gave it away.
This year, to save me from tears,
I really wanted to get the band back together. ...Andrew Ridgeley, I'm lookin' in your direction.
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It's set to open by mid-to-late February.
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