AceShowbiz - Following the release of "Santa's Coming for Us", Sia Furler unleashed a new Christmas track entitled "Snowman" on November 9. The song will be included in the songstress' Christmas album, "Everyday Is Christmas", which is expected to hit the stores on November 17.
The piano-led song finds Sia pledging her love to a snowman, which is believed to be a metaphor of the man she loves. "Don't cry snowman, don't leave me this way/ A puddle of water can't hold me close baby/ Can't hold me close, baby," she sings. "I want you to know that I'm never leaving/ Cause I'll miss the snow 'till death we'll be freezing/ Yeah you are my home, my home for all seasons."
The Christmas album will follow up Sia's latest studio effort "This Is Acting". Other tracks off the set include "Candy Cane Lane", "Puppies Are Forever", "Underneath the Mistletoe" and "Snowflake". Sia co-wrote all the songs off the album with Greg Kurstin.
In an interview with Zane Lowe, Sia revealed that she was having so much fun writing all the songs for the album, adding that she finished it in two weeks. "I just was having so much fun, because it's already there all of the concepts, you just have to expand on them," she said. "It's not like you have to have an original idea to begin with. It's like, Christmas mistletoe, ho-ho-ho, Santa Claus, Christmas list and elves. It was easy and fun. We did it in two weeks."
Greg, on the other hand, praised the songstress for her song-writing skill in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. "I don't know how she comes up with song lyric and melody ideas so quickly. She's like no one else," he said. "What really blows my mind is just that she wrote these new Christmas stories, in a way, and it's kind of amazing that she did that."