Holiday Music

It’s that time of the year again. Christmas is here and everyone loves to remind themselves of that every day. And what better way to do that than with some classic Christmas music. The day after Thanksgiving, radios are packed with Christmas songs and a whole bunch of talk about the holiday season. Here, i will give you plenty of songs to listen to over the holiday without having to resort to the radio. These songs are great for putting into a playlist and blasting whenever you feel that Christmas spirit.

The first song you need to have on your new playlist is “Wonderful Christmastime”. This is a fairly recent song that is very catchy and never gets old. Feel free to listen to it over and over.

The next song is “Sleigh Ride”. It is a slightly older song, but its’s got that catchy Christmas beat to it and you won’t be able to keep yourself from dancing.

Another song, more popular around children is “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town”. This song is good for listening to when you want to enjoy the holidays and remember all the fun you had as a kid.

“Happy Christmas” is also a must have on your Christmas playlist. It is a more serious song but it will get you thinking and it will probably have you dancing as well.

“Little Drummer Boy” is a slow, yet very catchy necessity. It’s nice to bob your head lightly to this song or just sit and enjoy the beauty of the song itself.

Also, let’s not forget about “Silent Night”. It is also a very slow, peaceful song, but it is one of the msot popular Christmas songs ever. If you’re stressing over gifts or shopping, then just sit back and listen to this song which is sure to cool you down.

Another well known song that brings Christmas spirit is “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”. This mellow instrumental song is used in many holiday commercials because it is just that good. There’s no way to live without this on your Christmas playlist.

Lastly, is “Joy to the World”. There have been many remakes to this song and even changes in the lyrics, but the original is the best. It represents everything that Christmas is and it is definitely a classic.

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