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Lea Salonga Christmas Album

Lea Salonga: The Christmas Album
Studio album by Lea Salonga
Released 2001 (Philippines)
Recorded 2000
Genre Christmas/OPM/R&B
Length
Label BMG Pilipinas
Lea Salonga chronology
Lea...In Love (1999) Lea Salonga: The Christmas Album
(2001)
Songs from The Screen
(2001)

Lea Salonga: The Christmas Album is a Christmas-themed album by Lea Salonga.

The song "Sana Ngayong Pasko" (English: Hopefully This Christmas) was originally performed by Ariel Rivera.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Charts 2
    • Albums 2.1
    • Singles 2.2
  • External links 3

Track listing

  1. Mary Did You Know
  2. Grown-Up Christmas List
  3. Pasko Na Sinta Ko
  4. The Gift (duet with Michael Lee)
  5. It's Just Another New Year's Eve
  6. Sana Ngayong Pasko
  7. Even Santa Fell In Love
  8. Merry Christmas, Darling (with The Company)
  9. The Christmas Song
  10. Twelve Days of Christmas

Charts

Albums

Album Chart Position
Lea Salonga: The Christmas Album Philippine Pop Albums Chart 5
Philippine R&B/Soul Albums Chart 4

Singles

Song Chart Position
My Grown-up Christmas List Philippine Top 40 13
Philippine R&B/Soul Top 20 9

External links

  • Official site
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