Tiffany Woys Covers “Where Are You Christmas” This Holiday Season

Tiffany Woys Covers “Where Are You Christmas” This Holiday Season

Tiffany Woys has a musical Christmas gift for her fans this holiday season with her version of “Where Are You Christmas”

Tiffany loves having this song out to add to people’s holiday soundtrack, because she is a big fans of this time of year, “Christmas is my absolute favorite holiday. There is a magic in the air that’s hard to pinpoint. Because Christmas comes at the end of the year it’s always a good time to reflect. Spending time with the people that mean the most is what makes Christmas so special.”

While her version of “Where Are You Christmas” might help fans make their Christmas memories even brighter, Tiffany recalls some of her Christmas pasts, “My favorite Christmas memory and tradition is something that my mom does. She is the reason Christmas is so magical in my family. First, she was capable of getting me to believe in Santa for an embarrassing amount of time to admit. She even got my dad to stomp on the roof at 1 am to make my sister and I think Santa had arrived. However every year she still puts in a small Christmas tree in our childhood room and decorates it as we sleep. There are a few new ornaments that are added to it every year. The ornaments represent our year. Special things that have happened to us.”

Check out Tiffany Woys take on “Where Are You Christmas”

Photo Credit: Robert Chavers

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