69+ Lifetime Choices of Music To Light Up the Jolly Holy Christmas Vibe 2021
Except for number one in the ranking, there is no particular order.
1. “All I want for Christmas is you,” Mariah Carey
The gold standard of Christmas songs “Christmas, all I want is you”, can make you enter the festive mood within the first five seconds. You can hear this news in mid-July, and you won’t even feel angry about it.
2. “It’s like Christmas”, Jonas Brothers
This song will become your new favorite, trust. “You feel like Christmas every day.” <3
3. “It’s Christmas”, Alessia Cara
There are too many new songs to add to your holiday playlist this year, this is one of the great songs!
4. “Christmas wrapping” by the waitress
A lovely timeless story of encounter at the checkout line.
5. “Hands dedicated to Mrs. Claus”, Idina Menzel feats. Grand Ariana
The national anthem sung by two angels for Mrs. Claus, what else do you want?
6. “Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays”, NSYNC
Physically speaking, whenever this happens on Starbucks in December, don’t keep your head still.
7. “Drummer Boy”, a feat of Justin Bieber. Busta Rhyme
Sorry for everyone else who has recorded this song, but Justin’s admission is undoubtedly the greatest version currently available (and the only one that contains the lyrics of one of the verses, in which Busta Rhymes sent holiday wishes to his Twitter followers) .
8. “Harlem Christmas”, Kanye West feat. Prince Hess and Taiana Taylor
Modern classic. 20 years later, when your father puts on “A Wonderful Christmas “, your children will hate it just as you hate it.
9. “The Last Christmas”, Carly Ray Jepsen
The original ham! The version is also great, but it is difficult to resist this saxophone.
10. “What I Want (Christmas)”, Liam Payne
An angelic ballad about how to make things work properly throughout the holiday.
11. “What Christmas Means to Me”, Steve Wander
Two and a half minutes of pure vacation happiness.
12. “Eight Days of Christmas”, Destiny’s Child
Destiny’s Child’s Christmas album (also known as 8 Days of Christmas ) is underrated, but it stood out from the 2001 oh-so’s Christmas wish list: dirty denim jeans, diamond-shaped diamond rings and “gift-obtained Gifts” my favorite CD. “
13. “The Frosty Snowman”, Ronettes
Ronnie Spector’s New Yawk accent made the word “frosty” sound a hundred times cooler.
14. “Santa Tells Me”, Ariana Grande
Ariana asks Santa Claus about the really important things: opinions on whether men are worth spending time.
15. “Silent Night”, Sharon Jones and Dap King
The late Sharon Jones brought soul and swing to ubiquitous standards.
16. “There is no place like a holiday,” Perry Como
I really can’t imagine Christmas without this song.
17. “My Only Wish (This Year)”, Britney Spears
It is absurd that the whole world has never received a complete Britney Christmas album. (There is still time, Xiao Tiantian!)
18. “Here,” Lucas Graham
Beautiful songs, telling the feeling of lost and missing relatives during the holiday.
19. TLC’s “Sleigh Ride”
Only TLC can keep the sled sexy in the cold sound.
20. “Ginger Daim Bells”, RuPaul feat. Big Freedia and Ellis Miah
If James Lord Pierpont wrote the original “Jingle Bell”, it would only be a rebound.
21. “Christmas is here,” Vince Guarardi Trio
Guaranteed to bring uncontrollable nostalgia to people of all ages.
22. “Everyone knows Klaus”, Hansen
It’s snowing , okay? do not fight
23. “Santa Baby”, Earth Duckett
What’s the point if Santa Claus can’t bring you luxury things?
24. “Mistletoe”, Ginuwine
Like “Little Horse”, but with a holiday.
25. “I hope today is Christmas”, Julian Casablancas (Julian Casablancas)
Starting from a joke on Saturday night , it has now become a perfect example of another round of “Winter Wonderland” you can’t stand.
26. “Pretty Paper”, Willie Nelson
It is best to drink when you tear it apart, which shows that your mother spent hours perfecting herself.
27. “Hollis’ Christmas”, Run-DMC
In one of them, you can say “iconic” and express its meaning.
28. “Hard Candy Christmas”, Dolly Parton
There is nothing like a crying country song that makes you feel like a party with your family.
29. “I am the Grinch”, creator Taylor
Family-friendly Christmas song in Tyler’s signature style. This is the composition of dreams.
30. “Christmas Song”, Ella Fitzgerald
You don’t even care that Ella Fitzgerald has listened to this song 1,000 times.
31. “Ribbon and Bow”, Casey Musgraves
Of course, Kacey’s Christmas album was only released last year, but this exhilarating tune can do what every holiday song is supposed to do and immediately fall into your mind.
32. “Oh, holy night,” Mariah Carey
Yes, there are two Mariah Carey songs on this list, but this is because Mariah Carey excels in Christmas music. From a smaller perspective, the song is a beautiful slogan, but Mariah and her backup choir make this song a true religious experience.
33. “Christmas (Baby, please go home)”, Darlene Love
A song that is so effective emotionally, even if your baby is sitting next to you, you will relax letting your baby go home.
34. “Merry Christmas”, Cat Power
A gorgeous and low-key explanation of the main content of the holiday broadcast.
35. “Swing on the Christmas Tree”, Brenda Lee
This is actually the only way around Christmas tree behavior.
36. “Santa Claus is coming,” Jackson 5
The hands of jazz flew into the air.
37. “Kissing,” Lil Peep
When you first heard it, you might not believe it was a Christmas song, but let me tell you that the jingle bells in the background and kissing by the tree are the opposite.
38. “Acrobat” Muppet
It’s hard to choose a song from The Muppet Christmas Carol (the greatest Christmas movie of our time, no controversy), but anyone born in the 80s can tell you that this is one of the most likely to inspire drunken singing in a bar. The sound of people’s annual holiday watching. If you get dumped this season, it will also become an excellent breakup song.
39. “Torture with the greasy Santa”, Loretta Lynn
Santa Claus is basically just a family aggressor who steals things, and his reindeer are all over your yard. Loretta Lynn understands.
40. “Break the holidays,” Dude York
Christmas has always been fun and fun, until you have to meet your ex-husband at a holiday party.
41. “I don’t care about the winter sun”, Beach House
In terms of lyrics, this is just a Christmas song. The lyrics are about snowflakes and jingle bells, but this is what you really need, right?
42. “This Gift”, 98 degrees
Is the gift sex?
43. “Happy World”, Earth, Wind and Fire
The most spectacular version of this song ever recorded.
44. “New York Christmas”, Lea Michele (Lea Michele)
One of the many amazing tracks in Lea Michele’s new album ” Christmas in the City “.
45. “Mistletoe”, Justin Bieber
There are so many Bieber Christmas songs that no one has ever said.
46. “Bring my love,” John Legend
TBH, John Legend’s entire Christmas album ” A Legendary Christmas ” should be here.
47. “Santa Claus is coming to town”, Bruce Springsteen
This is the seven-minute non-stop holiday entertainment provided by your father’s all-time favorite musician.
48. “Song of Chipmunks (Don’t Be Late for Christmas)”, Alvin and Chipmunks
Long before NSYNC, there were Alvin and Chipmunks, which are cute, animated vocal trio, performing under the guidance of their person Dave, keeping everyone in line.
49. “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”, Temptation
Do you remember the order of the reindeer? Let the Motown Group take you back.
50. “Not Christmas”, Ne-Yo
How does Ne-Yo make the Christmas breakup song sound so smooth? what.
51. “I saw my mother kissing Santa”, Jessica Simpson
So…did father find out that mother was an adulterer, or?
52. “Ding Dong Rock” Darryl Hall and John Oates
You know and like the original version of this song by Mean Means , but please try the 80s version of the song. You won’t regret it
53. “Rudolph Rouen Running”, Chuck Berry
Sorry, the father of rock and roll wants to stop being excluded from the Christmas conversation.
54. “Yul shot your eyes,” Fallen Boy
Would I be put on the naughty list for imagining Pete Wentz wearing Santa Claus clothes? Ask…a friend.
55. “Please go home for Christmas”, Jon Bon Jovi
Always wish I looked half better than Cindy Crawford when decorating the Christmas tree. 🙁
56. “It started to look a lot like Christmas”, Michael Bublé
Can we agree that Michael Bublé is like… the modern king of Christmas? Legally treat every song in his X-Mas album as *chef’s kiss*.
57. “Christmas will not go home”, Blink-182
Christmas…but let it be pop punk.
58. “Christmas Tree Farm”, Taylor Swift
Sorry, this single is better than her “The Last Christmas”.
59. “Happy Holidays”, Peggy Li
As a local New Yorker, I can say 100% that I heard more voices than I would like to admit when I worked on 34th Street in Macy during the peak of the holiday. But will it get old? Neverrrrr.
60. “Into Christmas”, Elton John
If you want me, an underrated Christmas carnival! BRB, the petition for this Elton classic was broadcast on all radio stations this year.
61. “Merry Christmas Everyone”, Shakin Stevens
Combine Jingle Bells, Camp Synthesizer and the occasional saxophone, what do you get? A solid 80s Christmas song like this.
62. “Candy Cane Alley”, Singapore Airlines
The only thing more perfect than Sia’s holiday song is the cute stop motion animation that she must match. I mean, the snowman who eats the snowman to decorate the Christmas lawn decoration is too suitable.
63. “Comfortable Christmas” Katy Perry
Legal people cannot believe that we have to wait until 2019 to get an official Christmas song from Katie, but God is worth the wait.
64. “A Wonderful Christmas”, Paul McCartney
This local classic FM tuning classic by Paul McCartney will convince me every year.
65. “Christmas Tree” Lady Gaga
Yes, Gaga does have Christmas songs. But, uh… if you catch up with my drifting, you may not want to play in the family.
66. “Gee Whiz, It’s Christmas”, Carla Thomas
The Queen of Souls of Memphis provided us with this song in 1963, and TBH…still slapped it all these years later.
67. “I hope I can have Christmas every day”, Leona Lewis
When she does not “bleed love,” Leona Lewis wishes it to be Christmas. get it? (Please laugh.)
68. “Deck Hall” Relient K
You know and like them from “Be My Escape” and “Sadie Hawkins Dance”, right? Try their Christmas gifts now and get ready to transport back to the 2000s!
69. “Go to the mountains to speak,” small big towns
Is it a Christmas song? Is this a church song? Is it both? What I really want to say, but anyway, your carousel of X-Mas music may use another country.
70. “The Man with the Bag”, Jesse J
Admit it: You probably slept in Jessie J’s music career throughout the 2010s. During the Christmas season, we made up for this by broadcasting this elegant, high-quality, and party-worthy song.