The Kinks, “Father Christmas”. It was originally released as a single to their fan club, but eventually was collected in their “Best Of” collection Come Dancing with The Kinks.
Give all the toys to the little rich boys.
The Kinks. Man, what a band. They had top 40 hits in three different decades — the 60’s, the 70’s, and the 80’s — and were productive and relevant all the way up to the day the Davies brothers broke up because of irreconcilable differences. Meanwhile, most of their contemporaries faded to irrelevance long before. The Rolling Stones, for example, have been just going through the motions ever since 1971. They might be selling, still, but it’s the same old same old. The Kinks never did that. They were as fresh the day they quit as they were the day they started.
– Badtux the Grumpy Music Penguin