Susan Boyle Sings “O Come, All Ye Faithful” With Elvis Presley: Listen To The Christmas Classic

Nov 1st, 2013 // 6 Comments

There are only two things you can count on in popular music — Rihanna‘s annual LP and a hearty dose of festive cheer from Susan Boyle. Since coming to fame on Britain’s Got Talent, the lovable 52-year-old has made a habit of dropping an album just in time for the Christmas rush and 2013 is no exception.

Susan’s latest yuletide classic is called Home For Christmas and features collaborations with The Overtones and Johnny Mathis. The big-lunged diva also got permission from Graceland to record a posthumous duet with Elvis Presley. Their version of “O Come, All Ye Faithful” is actually quite lovely. Their voices blend nicely and the piano-based production is simple but effective. Listen to the duet after the jump.

Was this collab a good idea or is Elvis rolling in his grave? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Kate

    Since this single is to be a fundraiser for Save The Children, how is it ok to have it here? Sad.

  2. Karla

    Love it!!! I hope it raises a lot of money for the children.

  3. This is great news. Love the duet and hope it goes straight to No.1. Elvis would have been proud of this duet as it is for such a great cause. Elvis’ favourite charity was always for ‘Underprivileged Children.

  4. 99butterflies

    poor excuse for wanting a number one

  5. Paula Marie

    Fantastic! I hope it makes it to number one!!!

  6. shaun

    this version is far superior to one they done with Olivia Newton John , i like it a lot this proves Susan Boyle can really sing well , this is a fav of mine , to all who put it together well done ,

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