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Published: Wednesday, Dec. 4 2013 2:55 p.m. MST

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Civil
Salt Lake City, UT

Whatever happened to that guy Jesus? I heard they named a holiday after him, but you really never hear about HIM.

KTar
Boise, ID

Civil,

While your comment is valid, instead of whining about it, go write a Christmas song about Jesus. There are many songs that focus on the holidays that have nothing to do with our Lord and Savior, but there are many, many Christmas songs that focus entirely on the Nativity. If you live in America, it's up to you to choose what to listen to.

I'm a big Killers fan, and think this song is a great addition to their Christmas lineup.

Kay Hunt
Celebration, FL

I liked the video. And the song. It talks about how this man wants to feel that old feeling he used to feel back home during Christmas. He goes to church, he goes to his old haunts. He thinks about the path not taken. BYU students you did a great job. Civil lighten up.

tyndale1
Pullman, WA

I like this video. Great job, great song.

USAlover
Salt Lake City, UT

It was 1 degree Fahrenheit this morning. I'd love to spend Christmas in LA.

MN Doug
Rochester, MN

Well done Killers, well done BYU Animation. The animation in the video was fantastic. Civil, KTar nailed it, your comment is valid, but misdirected for this article.

Coach Biff
Lehi, UT

Is it just me or has Brandon Flowers vocal range taken giant leaps forward. I really didn't like his monotone dronings very much but I hear a new side to his voice that I really do like. Anyone else notice this?

JoCalico
PROVO, UT

That song and video is depressing. I think they did a great job with it, I really do, but holy cow. Do we really need to point out how depressing the holidays are for people without family around? Pretty sure we all already know that haha.

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