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Can You Identify Who Sang Which Line In 'Do They Know It's Christmas'?

If you don’t get the Bono one, there will be words had.

The iconic Band Aid single ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’ was recorded on this day in 1984 – making it exactly 33 years old. And Duran Duran celebrated the anniversary on Twitter today. But how well do remember who sang each line?

1. "It's Christmas time/There's no need to be afraid/At Christmas time/We let in light and we banish shade"
Dennis Thomas
Gary Kemp

Paul Young
2. "Throw your arms around the world, at Christmas time"
Boy George
Paul Weller

Martin Kemp
3. "But say a prayer/Pray for the other ones/At Christmas time it's hard"
Roger Taylor
Paul McCartney

George Michael
4. "But when you're having fun/There's a world outside your window/And it's a world of dread and fear"
Simon LeBon
Bono

Sting
5. "And the Christmas bells that ring there/Are the clanging chimes of doom"
David Bowie and Midge Ure
Bono and Sting

Nick Rhodes and Boy George
6. "Well tonight thank God it's them/Instead of you"
Phil Collins
Tony Hadley

Bono
7. "Here's to you!"
Keren Woodward and Holly Johnson
Marilyn and Glenn Gregory

Siobhan Fahey and Chris Cross
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