Nothing gets you in the holiday spirit like listening to Christmas music.
Listening to Christmas music in an art form. You don’t want to start listening to songs about snow and presents when you haven’t finished eating the leftover pie from Thanksgiving but you don’t want to start to too late either. Some Christmas songs we here over and over again and get sick of well before December 25th. I put together a playlist with the Christmas classics, different versions of favorites (that you won’t get tired of), and a few personal favorites that I don’t hear often (or ever) on the radio. I have too many favorite Christmas songs to choose from, below are just a few.
1. Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Glee Version)
2. Last Christmas (Glee Version)
3. Christmas Baby Please Come Home (Leighton Meester)
4. That Spirit of Christmas (Ray Charles)
5. Mistletoe (Colbie Caillat)
6. Wish List (Neon Trees)
7. Cold December Night (Michael Buble)
8. Christmas Vacation (Christmas Vacation Soundtrack)
9. Hey, Santa Clause (The Moonglows)
10. Little Soldier (Mindy Gledhill)
11. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Judy Garland and Bing Crosby)
12. Step in to Christmas (Elton John)
13. Wonderful Christmastime (Paul McCartney)
14. Christmas Song (Nat King Cole)
15. If Every Day Were Like Christmas (Elvis Presley)
Nothing’s better than getting in the Christmas spirit by listening to Christmas music while decorating your Christmas tree. Check out my Christmas tree below.
This is one of my favorite ornaments. This was handmade in Africa. All of the proceeds went to charity.
What’s your favorite Christmas song? Let me know and it might end up on my Christmas Playlist.