Home for Christmas (Sheryl Crow album)

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Home for Christmas
Sheryl Crow - Home for Christmas.png
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 26, 2008
RecordedJune 2008
GenreChristmas, country, jazz
ProducerBill Bottrell
Sheryl Crow chronology
Home for Christmas
100 Miles from Memphis
Singles from Home for Christmas
  1. "There Is a Star That Shines Tonight"
    Released: 2009
  2. "The Christmas Song"
    Released: 2009

Home for Christmas is a Christmas album and the seventh studio album by American singer Sheryl Crow, first released in 2008 exclusively at Hallmark stores. The album was re-released in 2010 exclusively at Target stores with new artwork.[citation needed] In 2011, it finally received a major release worldwide, on CD and as a digital download.[citation needed] As of December 2011, it has sold 40,000 copies in the US.[citation needed]

Crow previously recorded "Blue Christmas" in 1997 as part of the A Very Special Christmas 3 collection, in a completely different arrangement.

Track listing[edit]

1."Go Tell It on the Mountain"Traditional3:06
2."The Christmas Song"Mel Tormé, Robert Wells3:22
3."White Christmas"Irving Berlin3:30
4."I'll Be Home for Christmas"Kim Gannon, Walter Kent, Buck Ram3:41
5."Merry Christmas Baby"Lou Baxter, Johnny Moore3:15
6."The Bells of St. Mary's"Emmett Adams, Douglas Furber4:33
7."Blue Christmas"Bill Hayes, Jay Johnson3:24
8."O Holy Night"Traditional3:39
9."There Is a Star That Shines Tonight"Sheryl Crow3:58
10."Hello My Friend, Hello" (2008 and 2011 editions only)Bill Botrell3:40
11."All Through the Night"Traditional5:13
12."Long Road Home" (2011 edition only)Crow, Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley4:14

Note: "O Holy Night" features a minute-long intro of "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear".



Chart (2010) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top 200[1] 164
U.S. Billboard Top Holiday Albums[1] 4
U.S. Billboard Top Catalog Albums[1] 28


Year Single Peak
2009 "There Is a Star That Shines Tonight"
"The Christmas Song" 24


  1. ^ a b c "Home for Christmas – Sheryl Crow". Billboard. Retrieved February 11, 2012.