Isleworth born singer Robb Johnson along with his Corbynistas will officially release catchy 'JC4PM for me' next Friday (December 9) in Hounslow.
Make what you will of the festive song with a political twist which has been backed by Brentford Labour Party activist Crispin Flintoff.
JC4PM for me is now 10/1 with Paddy Power to be Christmas number one.
The single will raise money for foodbanks via the Trussell Trust for struggling families under the current economy.
Mr Johnson said: "I am really happy to be officially launching this single in Hounslow.
"This is where I spent most of my formative years, from happily selling carpets and cleaning toilets at the old Hounslow Co-op to working as a teacher in various primary schools, from watching bands at and playing in bands at various Hounslow top venues, from the White Bear to the Watermans Arts Centre, to compering the main stage at Hounslow's old May Day Festivals.
"You can take the old boy out of Hounslow, but...."
Here is a snapshot of the song's chorus:
"I'm voting Jeremy Corbyn, I'm voting Jeremy C.
"I like his ideas, they're fair and they're clear, Jezza and me we agree.
"We're all for peace and justice and anti-austerity
"I'm voting Jeremy Corbyn, JC4PM for me."
This is not the 60-year-old's first attempt at aiming for a Christmas song in the charts as the Brentford FC fan released a festive album inspired by his hometown a few years ago.
Born and raised in the borough, he lived and worked in the area for 50 years before moving to Brighton and Hove around a decade ago.
However he will be back in Hounslow for the official launch of his single at Kingsway Banqueting Restaurant in Bath Road, Hounslow on December 9.
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