Top ten Christmas songs

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Top ten Christmas songs

Elvis Presley's Christmas CD.

Elvis Presley's Christmas CD.

Tatum Mitchell

Elvis Presley's Christmas CD.

Tatum Mitchell

Tatum Mitchell

Elvis Presley's Christmas CD.

  1. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” – Michael Bublé

A classic Christmas love song that almost everybody knows. Maybe this is an unpopular opinion; however, Michael Bublé’s cover of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is by far the best one (better than Mariah Carey… sorry about it). A mix of soft jazz and sultry vocals is a perfect mix for a Christmas bop.

  1. “Blue Christmas” – Elvis Presley

To be completely honest, Elvis Presley is the king of 60s pop. “Blue Christmas” is a melancholy, yet groovy, song that has its place at every Christmas party.

  1. “I’ll Be Home For Christmas (If Only In My Dreams)” – Frank Sinatra

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas” has a slower tempo and somber tones that never fails gets me in my feels.

  1. “Santa Tell Me” – Ariana Grande

I feel like a lot of pop stars make Christmas albums when they are doing horribly and then the Christmas album turns out just as bad; although, this does not ring true for Ariana’s song “Santa Tell Me”. This song gives Christmas a lovely splash of pop and romance.

  1. “Last Christmas” – Wham!

This song is for all the pop-punk and alternative fans out there. With slightly dejected lyrics paired with an upbeat tempo makes for a fabulous Christmas tune.

  1. “Jingle Bells” – Frank Sinatra

“Jingle Bells” is a timeless Christmas bop. Frank Sinatra’s smooth voice matched with one of the most classic songs of all time creates a simple and favorable masterpiece.

  1. “Jingle Bell Rock” – Bobby Helms

Yet another classic Christmas song, with its twist of rock and sleigh bells, “Jingle Bell Rock” never gets old.

  1. “Feliz Navidad” – José Feliciano

“Feliz Navidad” is an upbeat song with amazing instrumentals that brings any decorating party or cookie bake-off to the next level.

  1. “Cold December Night” – Michael Bublé

This is more of a pop song than a Christmas song, but Michael Bublé gives us another romantic holiday number.

  1. “Baby It’s Cold Outside” – Frank Sinatra

This song is creepy and it’s about a date rape. Thank u, next.

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