All he wants for Christmas is some peace and quiet.
An Upper East Side lawyer is suing his neighbor, socialite Lisa Maria Falcone, to force her to turn off what he says is nonstop holiday music blasting out of a loudspeaker in her Christmas display.
“It’s not like she plays it a half-hour every day,’’ said Nick Wilder, who’s representing himself in the case. “It’s on from 7 a.m. to midnight.
“I like a Christmas song on Christmas Day. But I’m tired of hearing ‘Jingle Bells’ like 700 or 800 times a day.’’
Falcone, who’s married to hedge-fund billionaire Philip Falcone, owns three adjoining town houses across the street from Wilder’s apartment on East 67th Street, he said.
“She’s a prima donna who thinks she can do anything she wants without consideration for anybody,’’ Wilder fumed.
“She’s invading other people’s homes with her elevator music.’’
He’d like her to “show some Christmas spirit by being considerate and stop annoying the entire neighborhood.”