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Hey! It’s that time again and as in previous years, all November, December and January profits from the sale of Tim’s beloved sentimental Christmas song, White Wine In The Sun, will go to The National Autistic Society (NAS) which provides support for people with autism and their families.

There are two versions; the 2009 solo version and the 2012 studio version, with strings, french horn and more.

Along with the UK iTunes link above, here are a few more of the places you can download the 2012 single internationally: iTunes , Amazon (UK), Amazon (US) and 7digital.

If you have it already, you may fancy gifting it, along with the socks, jocks or chocs…

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Erik on 24th of December 2016

Bought both versions off the Amazon (US) site… From the first time I heard this song, until now, it tugs at the heartstrings.

Samantha Wynd on 22nd of December 2016

Love the song and the sentiment though could have done without the tears…. thanks Tim

Harley Mathieson on 21st of December 2016

A beautiful song that reflects my own feelings. And raising money for a great cause too. The “Dad” part of lyrics are like an arrow through my heart though… will be raising a glass or two in his memory this Christmas

David Milne on 21st of December 2016

Interesting lyrics and I love the balance, I’m not religious but love the kind thoughts and love that is shown for others at Christmas by everyone.
Love and happiness to you and all your family x

Melanie Hood on 19th of December 2016

Excuse me Tim while I respond to Sarah. Sarah I remember you from school at Roseville. What I take from the idea of givibg to Britain rather than Australia initially, is that Tim will bring awareness to the greater population. Whatever happens, never fear because I have faith in him. He will do the right thing by us (me here and you there).

Alison Hayter on 16th of December 2016

By far my favourite Chirstmas song of all time.

Sarah on 27th of November 2016

Hi Tim and team,

While I love you and your song I find it quite ironic that an Australian entertainer’song about a quintessential Australian Christmas is raising money for the British National Autism Society. Also a little sad. We have people on the spectrum here too although mine will have to settle for fruit juice right now! Cheers! Sarah Casaneanu.

Laura on 27th of November 2016

Could you put a PayPal link so those of us who’s entire family has the song can just send you money for the charity?

Marie Hernandez on 27th of November 2016

Your music and humour cheer me up so much. So proud your giving to such a great cause. I’m going to buy a copy for my aunt. My son is autistic and I’m on the board of The Yard in Edinburgh. Come visit us if your ever in town. It’s a place for families with children with all kinds of disabilities to play and have adventures.

Rachel Odom on 26th of November 2016

This song hits home for me so much. Even though my parents are religious, they and my sister are the ones who have my and my sons back all the time.

Thank you!

Debra Smith on 26th of November 2016

Bit syrupy, but why not – it is Christmas after all !

Totally concur with sentiments, BUT I have a much smaller family – mum, dad, (“fille unique”), partner, (no children), cat, aunt & few cousins, who I don’t see. Also distances much smaller – England, France & Spain (if I include partner’s family that I’ve met).

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