This list of everyday hates flips into a tender love missive. It is the most autobiographical song on the album and is the closest to a love song about Nash's beau, The Cribs singer Ryan Jarman. Nash told the NME January 16, 2010 that it "is my one real honest song. It's like… 'I hate seagulls, I hate groupies and I hate being sick.' Sometimes there are things in your life where you're like, 'F---ing hell, I hate all this bulls--t.' Then there's someone who you love, whether that's your friend, sister, cousin or partner… that's the reason you're alright. Because you love someone and someone loves you back."
Nash told The NME April 24, 2010: "It's a nice, sweet love song and I just thought it'd be nice to end on something lovely! It's a love song so it's really pure and I didn't want to make it over-complicated. It's actually recorded on an electric guitar, but it's really stripped."
"White "Christmas" was so popular that Bing had to re-record the song five years after the original 1942 recording because the original masters had been worn out from all the pressings. This is the version that became a holiday tradition.