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Christmas time is one that evokes joyous sentiments and the festive season inevitably brings together family and friends alike. Without the accompanying Christmas anthems, December would not be the same. Whether it is the monotonously cheerful mix tapes that play at American grocery stores or the records at Eastern European Christmas Markets with a cup of hot gluehwein and a hint of whiskey. There is no doubt that Christmas songs are globally underrated and grossly underplayed.
Here is your Christmas Songs five minute guide.
As you are starting to prepare the Christmas lunch after a morning full of presents and family fun you need some appropriate background music. So, a few laid back and iconic tracks to get the Christmas spirit started. All ages, all ears and all homes need to belt out a few classics to keep the festive cheer at fever pitch.
– It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas – Michael Buble –
– This is Christmas – Celine Dion –
– Most wonderful time of the year – Andy Williams
– Wonderful Christmas time – Paul McCartney –
– The Christmas song – Nat King Cole –
As lunch winds down and undoubtedly those of legal age have shared a few wines and brews amongst Turkey filled feasts, the best way to work off some of that extra crackling is some upbeat Christmas tunes.
– Jingle Bell Rock –
– Let it Snow – Dean Martin –
– Santa Claus is coming to Town –
– All I Want for Christmas is You – Mariah Carey –
– Rocking Around the Christmas Tree –
When in doubt and when the day needs a little electricity, you cant go wrong with a timeless Christmas classic thanks to our great friend Jose Feliciano.
Feliz Navidad – Jose Feliciano –
One last thing, don’t be afraid to play these songs all year round. Yes, Christmas in July is trendy but Christmas songs everyday is better.