Tis the Season!! Christmas is right around the corner and Christmas songs can be heard in just about every mall across America.
I’ve compiled the Top 10 songs that are on repeat around my house. The song and our favorite version!
Grab your cup of hot coco and check out these song to get into the Christmas Spirit!!
The Little Drummer Boy
Written in 1940 this classic song is a favorite among many.
It has been done by countless artists over the years but my favorite version is by Jars Of Clay and you can view it Here
Jingle Bell Rock
Written in 1957 just about everyone has to dance around a bit when this comes on. Such a feel good song with great rhythm. It’s a favorite with my kids.
The original singer Bobby Helms is our favorite version and you can listen to it Here.
Do you Hear What I Hear
Written in 1962, This is one of my Mom’s favorite Christmas Songs. It will always be special to me and hold special memories of her singing it.
My favorite version is by Witney Houston and you can hear it Here
Written in 1934, Choirs have been singing this tune for well over 50 years. The catchy heart warming tune is fun and will lighten any mood.
Our favorite version is by Pentatonix and you can check it out Here.
All I Want For Christmas
Released in 1994, this Christmas song pulls on the heart strings. Spouse, friend or family member- this song can apply.
Preformed originally by Mariah Carey you can hear the song Here.
Carol of The Bells
Composed in 1914 this song is one of the oldest on this list. It’s a magical tune that sums up the Christmas excitement.
My favorite version is by the choir of Lee’s University. You can listen to their Acapella vrersion Here.
The Chipmunk Song
“Christmas don’t be late” … My kids love this song and I know I loved it as I was growing up to. Released originally in 1962, it’s such a fun little song for the Holiday.
Preformed by Alvin and The Chipmunks – You can listen Here.
I'm Getting Nuttin For Christmas
The seasons theme song for most kids. Becoming popular in 1955 this tune has been delighting young and old for years.
I love they way Shirley Temple does this song and you can see her version Here.
Released in 1953 this cute little song is a tung in cheek approach to the holidays. Every one has dreams right… Christmas wishes might come true…
I enjoy the version by Gwen Stefani and you can enjoy it by clicking Here.
Joy to The World
Written in 1719, this is the oldest song to make this list. A classical Christmas song for centuries. One of my favorites to sing and to play on the piano.
Pentatonix sing my favorite version and you can listen to it Here.
So there you have it. Top 10 Christmas Songs and December’s Music Feature all in one. I am sure most have heard these songs before but if you haven’t be sure to check them out!! There are so many wonderful and beautiful Christmas Songs to choose from. These 10 are just the ones we happen to enjoy the most.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday season. Take care of one another and always remember to Share The Love.