Right here is now not the most important Jonas Brothers Christmas tune, however it without a doubt's the most important Jonas Brothers Christmas tune in a extraordinarily, very long time.
Jonas Brothers fans seemingly have Mariah to thank for this new song. Over at her Instagram, Mariah (soundless in her Halloween costume) went to mattress on Halloween and aroused from sleep in her Christmas pajamas to a call from Santa Claus on November 1.More news: Cyclone Bulbul: Operations at Calcutta airport to be suspended
The Jonas Brothers have always taken the holiday seriously.
"Once we reopened that door, there's no closing it", Nick explained. "We received the premise from some movie we saw when we were teenagers".
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This isn't the Jonas Brothers' initial Christmas keep track of, as they unveiled "Girl Of My Dreams" in 2007.
Like It's a Christmas is not the only carol that the brothers have sung.
Earlier this week the singers teased the track's release on Twitter as they posted a festive snap together.
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