Rich, Fallon get <I>Drunk on Christmas</I>
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Rich, Fallon get Drunk on Christmas

Tuesday, December 21, 2010 – What started as a surprise appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last week ended with an iTunes song for John Rich and Fallon. Drunk on Christmas is available starting today.

Written by Gerard Bradford and Fallon, Drunk on Christmas contains the line "gonna get drunk, drunk, drunk on Christmas." Rich made a surprise visit last Thursday, decked out in a red velvet Santa costume and gold cowboy boots, to help his friend Fallon sing the upbeat song.


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