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16 Christmas Songs We All Grew Up With!

Tanushree Bhasin

Guest Contributor

On Christmas Day, you are supposed to fill your home with joy and be of good cheer! And what better way to set the mood than to revisit these awesome renditions of classic Christmas songs we all grew up with? We bring you the ultimate Christmas Day playlist!



1. John Lennon & Yoko Ono – Happy Xmas (War Is Over)


There are few Christmas songs which are as wonderfully hopeful as this one.


 

2. Bing Crosby – White Christmas


It doesn’t matter, whether it snows or not! As long as there’s Crosby’s classic, it’s always a White Christmas.



3. Michael Buble – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)


A classic, to which Buble adds his characteristic swagger!


 

4. Elvis Presley – Blue Christmas


Can there be a Christmas party without at least one belting out of the King’s classic Christmas song?



5. Celine Dion – O Holy Night


Celine Dion is most often remembered for her Titanic songs, but this one has become synonymous with Christmas.



6. The Jackson 5 – Santa Claus is Coming to Town


When Michael Jackson still believed in Santa! A song about the happiness and mirth that Christmas is all about.



7. Louis Jordan and Ella Fitzgerald – Baby, It’s Cold Outside


A classic duet, for lovers at Christmas.



8. Bobby Helms – Jingle Bell Rock


A staple of karaoke bars and drunken Christmas parties across the world. It’s time for Jingle Bell Rock!



9. Bob Seger – Sock It to Me Santa


Seger’s probably best known for his “Turn the Page”, which was later covered by Metallica. But it’s this song that we grew up with!



10. Elton John – Step into Christmas


John’s wonderful voice makes you really feel the warmth of Christmas when you hear this song!



11. Chuck Berry - Run Rudolph Run


Recorded by Chuck Berry when he was at the height of his abilities – a classic song!



12. Beatles - Christmas Time Is Here Again


Is it possible to have a Christmas song list without this beautiful number from the Fab Four?



13. Billy Mack - Christmas Is All Around


It serves as a bit of a joke in the film Love Actually, but in the past few years, it’s become quite the modern classic.



14. Mairi Campbell and Dave Francis - Auld Lang Syne


If you’ve watched the first Sex and the City movie, you will definitely remember this beautiful rendition of the classic. Listen and rejoice, for Christmas is here!



15. Simon and Garfunkel - Silent Night


This dreamy (and also political) version of "Silent Night" is the most gorgeous rendition of the Christmas carol you’ll ever hear!




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Published on Dec 25, 2014
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