This gay singer will inspire your holiday spirit

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Face it. The holidays are here and you're just days away from stuffing yourself with turkey and family drama. So sit back for a moment and let this gay Atlanta singer make it all better.

This soothing rendition of “Silent Night” comes courtesy of Brian Sharp, an Atlanta police officer and one of the agency's LGBT liaisons. But when the gun belt comes off, this dude can sing. On Monday, he posted his take on this bit of traditional holiday fare and asked fans if he should sing it Thursday during the 2nd Annual Holiday Tree Lighting at Burkhart's.

We say yes.



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