Top 5 Christmas Songs | Blogmas

Blogmas Day 10


Do you have a Christmas playlist? No? Go and make one now! Or if you're too lazy – like most of us these days – you could go on youtube and find a ready made one that's ready for to just click play. Like this, this, and this.

Among all the Christmas songs out there, what are the ones you would listen to over and over and over and over and over again until you've memorized every word and until everyone around feels like they want to pull their hair out?

Here are my top 5 Christmas songs – that will make everyone want to pull their hair out when I play it on loop on Christmas eve.  Teehee.

5. Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow by Dean Martin

Because this song is one of my favorite classics, I just had to add it onto my list. It's the type of song that makes me sway from side to side in Christmas-jolly-holly-cheer and smile to myself like a person who ate a "special" brownie.

4. Silver Bells by Dean Martin

This song give me so much winter-feels of being out, and doing some last minute Christmas shopping in the city. It's the perfect background song for slow dancing, or for when you're having a slightly serious – maybe romantic – conversation with someone at a Christmas party.

3. All I want for Christmas by Mariah Carey

Ahh...Mariah Carey's classic Christmas song that has been remade a dozen times. It never gets old and is so festive. 

This is a song you can lip sync to, with your friends and family when you're all bored on Christmas day. Maybe a lip sync battle of Christmas songs? That sounds fun.

2. Christmas (Baby, please come home) - Michael Bublé's version

I love this version of Baby, Please come home. Whenever it comes on, I move into position, then when the drums start drumming, I get in the zone and start lip syncing "Christmaaaas (the snow's coming daahawn)"

1. Baby, It's Cold Outside - Idina Menzel & Michael Bublé version

This is my number one because, well...when it came out, I couldn't stop listening to it, and the kids in this video are just so adorbs (adorable). 

This duet sounds so much fun to sing along to – even if you're singing both parts and will be out of breath by the end of the song. 


With all these fun and festive Christmas songs out there, the question now is, when do we blast out those Christmas tunes and sing our lungs out? The beginning of November? After thanksgiving? On September?

When do you guys usually bring out your Christmas playlists? and what's your top 5?

Have a jolly day everyone!

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