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Favourite Christmas Songs

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love Christmas songs. We have probably all been guilty of belting out the cheesiest Christmas song at some point. I bet you were smiling just thinking about it. I therefore thought I’d share with you a list of some of the songs that are in my current Christmas playlist for todays Blogmas post. Many of them are ones I listened to as a child and still enjoy today. I personally love songs that I can sing along to without much effort. For me, listening to the old Christmas songs is like a tradition, similar to watching the Coca Cola advert on tv.

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However that is enough rambling on from me. Here is my list of favourites:

  1. Do they know its Christmas – Band Aid
  2. The little drummer boy – Bing Crosby & David Bowie
  3. All I want for Christmas is you – Mariah Carey
  4. I’m a little Christmas cracker – Diana Decker
  5. Santa tell me – Ariana Grande
  6. Fairytale of New York – The Pogues
  7. Last Christmas – Wham
  8. Nuttin’ for Christmas – Barry Gordan
  9. White Christmas – Bing Crosby
  10. Rockin’ around the Christmas tree – Mel & Kim
  11. Merry Christmas – Shakin Stevens
  12. Its the most wonderful time of the year – Andy Williams
  13. Happy Xmas – John Lenon
  14. Merry Xmas everyone – Slade
  15. A holly jolly Christmas – Michael Buble
  16. I wish it could be Christmas everyday – Wizzard
  17. Christmas wrapping – The Waitresses
  18. Driving home for Christmas – Chris Rea
  19. Stop the cavalry – Jona Lewie
  20. Thank God its Christmas – Queen

What is top of your Christmas playlist? Do you enjoy listening to any of the songs I’ve mentioned? Let me know in the comments below. Remember to pop back tomorrow for another festive feature!

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20 thoughts on “Favourite Christmas Songs

  1. I love seeing other people’s favourite festive tunes and there are some amazing choices on yours! πŸ™‚ Driving Home for Christmas has been my favourite now for as long as I can remember but over the last few years Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Silver Bells have snuck up there too to create a top 3. It wouldn’t be Christmas without those. πŸ™‚

  2. I hate to say it, but Christmas wouldn’t feel like Christmas without a bit of Mariah! Thank you for sharing your suggestions, I love these choices and there are some real classics in there. I think another of my (modern) favourites is also Santa Tell Me πŸ™‚

  3. I love so many of the ones in your list too! I often listen to a lot of covers of these songs too. Last Christmas will definitely always be my all time favourite though

  4. Great list!

    I always think that Christmas has really started whenever I hear Mariah Carey for the first time – an iconic tune. Christmas Tree Farm by Taylor Swift is one of our more recent faves πŸ™‚ thanks for sharing!

  5. I love this list! I am a Last Christmas and All I want for Christmas is you lover, but I also love the tune of the song Green Sleeves. It is so moving . . . πŸ™‚

  6. I’ve always preferred the instrumental versions of holiday songs, because I think those sound nicer in the background of any gathering!

    That said, Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s Carol of the Bells is my favorite!

  7. The Pogues is my absolute favourite song! I had to listen to Driving home from Christmas when I left work on friday, Typically I got stuck in 20 minutes worth of traffic! I was not impressed but it is a great song!

  8. I grew up with Boney M blasting around Christmas time, so I guess they’re on my list πŸ™‚

    All the best, Michelle (michellesclutterbox.com)

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