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The 12 best Country Christmas Carols Ever!

Updated on December 28, 2015

The best Country Christmas Ever!

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Oh Holy Night!

Here is how to start the season!

If you love Country Music or Christmas, then this is for you!

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12. Let it be Christmas!-Alan Jackson- This was a good way to open the list.

11. -Go Tell it on the Mountain-Dolly Parton - This was sang with so much conviction and Dolliness! Who couldn't love this pure country hit?

10. Mary Did you Know?- Kenny Rodgers- This was beautiful, and moving. I like how he included Reba McEntire and Martina McBride.

9. Christmas where are you?- Faith Hill- This was a nice part of the "Grinch who stole Christmas" soundtrack!

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There is something about these classics going country, that makes it more Spiritual!

8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas- Lady Antebellum- Who doesn't love the Lady?

7. Little Drummer Boy-I could listen to any version of this old school masterpiece all day long. Lonestar has a bold and different version that is my favorite done country style. Like Josh Groban's amazing version, only Country! Faith hill's is very good also.

6. Christmas Shoes- Alabama- I can't write anything that would do this song justice! Why? The power of love was never heard stronger in music! I cried more than once when the radio would play this. Alabama at their best! Watch the video right here!

5.White Christmas- LeAnn Rimes- LeAnn out did herself...and that's not easy!

4. O Come all ye Faithful- Martina McBride- Her voice is so beautiful. Just listen to her passion and grace. Just like an angel from above!

3. Blue X mas -Elvis Presley- The King of Rock and Roll also sang Country! I like some his other Carols better, but who could deny this one?

2. Christmas as I knew it- Johnny Cash- Johnny was so emotional, and coming from a man that really valued family, this was a true treasure!

I will get criticized for this one, but listen to the passion and and strength in his voice! I am not a John Berry fan, but I was completely amazed the first time I heard his powerful version! This is part of what makes Christmas so awesome!

1. O Holy Night- John Berry.

Enjoy, and please leave me a comment! What are some of your favorites?


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