Michael Bublé is a father of three adorable young boys, and he can barely stand sharing them.
“I want them to play ‘donkey doo’ more than I want to play basketball with them,” he says, speaking to David Letterman.
“My boys make me tired. They’re four and three and they’re hard. They sleep eight hours and then I’m up by 3:30, 4:30, 5:30. My older kids are goofy. They have fun. So it’s all right. It’s a lot of work, but for me, I just can’t get enough of them.”
And now the Australian crooner, who has already appeared in a 2016 Christmas ad for Macy’s, has joined the bandwagon of music stars who dabble in Christmas albums and specials, and croon about the special “feeling” inside your body during the festive season.
He recorded a ditty about Christmas “sweaters,” called “I’m Sweater Wonderful,” and posted it to YouTube.
To be honest, it’s hard to hear the words over the music, which is strangely moving — even if it is too “topical.”
Read the full story at New York Times.
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