Connor Cain - How Can I Say Merry Christmas (Official Music Video)

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Merry Christmas everyone it's Connor Cain, Mad Panda (aka one of@Piper Rockelle best friends)! Today, I release my first ever official song/ music video. Thats right everyone today "How Can I Say Merry Christmas" is officially out! Last week my crush reacted to this song for the first time and here it actually is. Please listen to this Christmas song over and over, then please share it with someone who needs to hear it.

(get the song here)

Ky Baldwin: @Ky Baldwin
Instagram: iamkybaldwin
Twitch: iamkybaldwin

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In August of 2018, we lost one of my older twin brothers, Chase, in a terrible car accident.
I remember the day my mom got the call—the day that life as we knew it, ceased to exist. Everything was like something out of a movie. So unreal. How could my brother be gone? How could it even be possible that we’d never see that smile again? Hear him laugh. Listen to his crazy stories? It was the worst thing we’ve ever experienced.
The first Christmas was a blur. I remember my mom saying she wished she could go to sleep before Thanksgiving, and wake up January 1st, so she wouldn’t have to deal with Christmas. She was just broken. We all were.
The next year, as the holidays were coming up again, she wrote this song. She sang it for me, and at first, I really didn’t like it. I told her it was too sad, that nobody wants to hear a sad Christmas song. She told me lots of people were sad at the holidays, and they needed to know they weren’t alone. She said, “Sometimes, just knowing that there are other people who feel like you, gives you a tiny bit of comfort. Knowing that what you’re feeling is normal helps somehow.”
As 2020 went by, my mom would occasionally tell someone about the song, or play it for them, and they’d tell her they loved it, and that she should do something with it. In November, my friend Piper’s mom told her she should have me sing it, and that the world really needed to hear it. I still wasn’t really sure, but once we went to record it, I understood. Our friend Ky Baldwin, did such a beautiful job of putting it together that I truly felt the emotion my mom was trying to convey, and why she wanted to put it out there for the broken, hurting people just trying to survive the holidays.
So it’s definitely a song that was written about the loss of my brother, but it’s so much more than that. It’s about the person who’s just so sad and broken and down, that they can’t find their holiday cheer. It’s for the military families separated by deployments, its for the families that can’t be together because of the corona virus, its for the couple that broke up and can’t seem to figure out what to do. It’s about loss, separation, sadness and grief. And this year, we’ve had an awful lot of that. It’s normal to feel like you can’t be happy again, but my mom said something not too long ago, that really made me think. She said that even though we hurt so much, even though no matter what we do, we will always have that deep hole in our hearts from losing Chase, we WILL have joy again. Great sorrow, and joy, can exist at the same time. If you have great love, at some point, there will be great loss, but we would rather have had someone that we loved so much that we miss them that bad, than to never have known such a beautiful soul.
So we’re doing okay. Not great, but okay. And we want you to know, that if you’re out there hurting, and feeling like being merry is the last thing you want to do—that’s okay. It’s normal, and you aren’t wrong for feeling that way. Just put one foot in front of the other and inch forward until you can take a step. Moment by moment until you can go day by day.
And if you don’t really understand this song, be glad that you’ve never lost so much, and reach out to someone who’s hurting this holiday season. Maybe they don’t want to come to your Christmas party, but let them know you love them. Let them know you care, and let them know that it’s okay not to feel merry and bright, when your heart is shattered into a million pieces.
We hope this song helps people understand how much grief affects people through the holidays. We hope it touches your heart, inspires more love, more compassion, and more understanding.

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Piper: @Piper Rockelle
Donlad: @DONLAD
Indi: @Indi Star
Lev: @Lev Cameron
Ayden: @Ayden Mekus
Jentzen: @Jentzen Ramirez
Emily: @Emily Dobson
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Claire: @Claire RockSmith
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