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The 20 Best Christmas songs of all time

They say there are two types of people in the world: those who listen to Christmas music all year round and the ones that can’t stand Christmas music at all! I say there is a third category which is where I fall under – I personally prefer to listen to all my favourite Christmas songs closer towards November BUT only for fear that I might overkill the songs and not be able to feel all the wonderful feelings that come along when I do finally get to listen to them.

Which group do you fall under? I seriously think you may be lost if you are a Grinch, I mean if you fall under the group of “can’t stand Christmas music” – this website may not be for you and you may want to make a quick exit!

I have a dedicated note pad on my phone for when I hear a Christmas song that I love while I’m either watching a movie or watching video reels so I can quickly jot them down and add it to my personal Christmas playlist later on or for when I make our videos for our social media pages.

Music has such a powerful influence on your mood but there’s just something extra magical about Christmas songs – the nostalgia, the traditions, the feeling that can only be described as jolly! There is no doubt that when ‘THAT’ Mariah Carey song comes on you don’t dance a little or smile a bit more …. you know which song!

So instead of you making your own list on your phone we’re going to share our playlist of the best Christmas songs we’ve come across in all our Christmas movie, tiktok watching days.

Enjoy them while you’re decorating the house, wrapping gifts or you’re just in the mood for some Christmas cheer.


  1. Andy Williams The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year – Andy Williams
  2. Number 2 on top 20 best Christmas songs list Holly Jolly Christmas – Michael Buble
  3. Nat King Cole The Christmas Song The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole
  4. Brenda Lee Rockin around the Christmas tree song Rockin Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee
  5. Let it snow, Let it snow Dean Martin Let It Snow, Let It Snow – Dean Martin
  6. Mariah Carey All I want for Christmas is you song All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
  7. Bobby Helms Jingle bell rock song Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
  8. Frank Sinatra Have yourself a Merry little Christmas song Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – Frank Sinatra
  9. Otis Redding Merry Christmas baby song Merry Christmas Baby – Otis Redding
  10. Baby it's cold outside Dean Martin Baby It’s Cold Outside – Dean Martin
  11. Ariana Grande Santa tell me song Santa Tell Me – Ariana Grande
  12. Leona Lewis One more sleep song One More Sleep – Leona Lewis
  13. Sia Snowman song Snowman – Sia
  14. HomeTown O Holy night song O Holy Night – HomeTown
  15. Santa Claus is back in town Elvis Presley Santa Claus Is Back In Town – Elvis Presley
  16. Chuck Berry Run Rudolph Run song Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
  17. The Drifters White Christmas White Christmas – The Drifters
  18. Winter Wonderland Johnny Mathis Winter Wonderland – Johnny Mathis
  19. Merry Christmas everyone Shakin Stevens Merry Christmas Everyone – Shakin Stevens
  20. All alone on Christmas Darlene Love song All Alone On Christmas – Darlene Love

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