The Gift - Susan Boyle

The Gift

Susan Boyle

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2010-11-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
  • ℗ 2010 Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

The Gift ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Perfect Day Susan Boyle 4:29
Hallelujah Susan Boyle 3:51
Do You Hear What I Hear? Susan Boyle & Amber Stassi 3:52
Don't Dream It's Over Susan Boyle 3:45
The First Noel Susan Boyle 2:58
O Holy Night Susan Boyle 4:02
Away In a Manger Susan Boyle 2:54
Make Me a Channel of Your Peac Susan Boyle 4:22
Auld Lang Syne Susan Boyle 2:44
O Come All Ye Faithful Susan Boyle 2:05


  • Nothing like it

    By W8smithjill
    There is absolutely NOTHING like this in the music field. She has found a niche and it is beautiful. Her voice is so pure and lovely. A lesser singer could never upstage Lou Reed on his own song, but she has with Perfect Day. While Lou's is incredible and full of feeling, Susan's is lithe, sweet and piercing. The entire album is so completely set apart. Just listen to a few and you will be won over.
  • Beautiful Voice

    By RoseOrchard
    Always soothing. A pleasure to listen to. I never get tired of listening to her clear, soft voice.
  • U are the best Susan !

    By Gusn't
    She is just amazing !!
  • She is the one…

    By Breno Loureiro
    I I only work (I am a graphic designer) listening Susan Boyle… So motivating!!! No words, just feelings... Thank you Susan for being so inspiring..
  • A Beautiful Voice

    By duffsmom
    Ms Boyle has such a pure sweet sound. My only criticism is that her vocals are almost secondary to the background music. Her voice seems a step softer than the music. Her voice doesn't pop the way it should though out. another reviewer called the performances uninspired. I think that is a good way to put it. The music is good, the voice is good, but it lacks the emotion and feeling it should have.
  • The Gift

    By chickensticks
    Weird! Susan Boyle has a beautiful voice. However, I wonder if she really understands what some of the non-holiday selections are really about. If you read the liner notes, she does admit that "Hallelujah" is an abstract choice. But she presents "Don't Dream it's Over" as a party song, yet sings it so slowly and sadly that I can't figure out what kind of party's she's going to. And "Perfect Day" is a song about a breakup. Bizarre choices. I'm all for abstract choices and irony, but I don't get this.
  • Cindy l

    By Cindy L 599
    Love it
  • Really not much different from her previous

    By nmortola
    Susan Boyle has returned again with 'The Gift' which seems like it should be a christmas album, but it's not really. Again, ole' Susan starts out the album with another cover, which turns out to be Lou Reed's 'Perfect Day' which once again is ruined by Susan Boyle's slow, old touch to it. The second track is yet another cover, which is 'Hallelujah' which is much too over the top for what it is, she just glams it up so much with the background singers, & everything. In the end, 'The Gift' is another Susan Boyle album that really isn't that great.
  • Amazing

    By Just1justin
    Fantastic album, she has an amazing voice
  • Garbage

    By Buntini
    Utter garbage. Good music for a hotel bar though