Justin Bieber Debuts New Christmas Track ‘Mistletoe’ Live on Brazil Tour (VIDEO)

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    Singer Justin Bieber arrives at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, August 28, 2011.
By Wesley Ernst , Christian Post Correspondent
October 6, 2011|6:02 pm

Justin Bieber fans in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, became the first to hear the theme song from his forthcoming Christmas album Under the Mistletoe.

Justin Bieber is currently on a South America tour. At his concert Wednesday night, he performed the song "Mistletoe". According to a video posted up on DirectLyrics, he announced, “This is the very first time anywhere in the world that I’ve sang this. So this is special. This is just for you”

The song is filled with a merry holiday mood with some romantic element as he sang, "It's the most beautiful time of the year… Gathering around the fire/ Chestnuts roasting like a hot July/ I should be playing in the winter snow/ But I will be under the mistletoe/ With you.”

Marking the first preview of Bieber's Christmas album Under the Mistletoe, the teen star has also confirmed on his Twitter that he will have special guest Mariah Carey on the album. The pair re-recorded a Mariah Carey classic Christmas track "All I want for Christmas Is You".

The album will be released on Nov. 1 with the first single from Under the Mistletoe dropping on Oct. 18.

The track listing for the album includes:
"Only Thing I Ever Get for Christmas"
"Mistletoe"
"The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)" featuring Usher
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"
"Fa La La" featuring Boyz to Men
"Christmas Love"
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" with Mariah Carey
"Little Drummer Boy" featuring Busta Rhymes
"All I Want Is You"
"Christmas Eve"
"Home This Christmas" featuring the Band Perry

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The deluxe edition will include:
"Fa La La" (a cappella)
"Silent Night"
"Pray"
"Some Day at Christmas"


 

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