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Top 10 Classic Christmas Songs: Christmas Music that Everyone Enjoys!

Updated on October 10, 2014
Christmas Music
Christmas Music

Frank Sinatra

1. Let It Snow!

Let's start with my favorite Christmas Song. 'Let It Snow' was first recorded in 1945 by Vaughn Monroe. My favorite version is sang by Frank Sinatra. This is a timeless classic for young and old, and a wonderful song to stir up that special Christmas feeling.

2. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree

A wonderful Christmas classic that will have everyone dancing is Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee.

3. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

This Christmas song will have your kids jumping for joy, and have you all singing all day long! Rudolph is a story we all know, and the song is just the same. No Christmas is really complete without it.

5. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

This song sets a peaceful mood for your Christmas. This song is a soft and easy as Silent Night, and everyone is sure to love it. This classic will warm up your holiday!

4. Here Comes Santa Claus

This is my personal favorite Christmas song for kids. Here Comes Santa Claus was originally recorded by Gene Autry in 1947. Sixty years later and this is still an amazing Christmas classic!

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6. Christmas In Dixie

Christmas In Dixie by Alabama may not be your idea of a classic Christmas song, but in my family it is a tradition. Christmas In Dixie is also a very warm song, and a must for your silent night.

Snowy Christmas Tree, Winter Wonderland
Snowy Christmas Tree, Winter Wonderland | Source

7. Winter Wonderland

This may be more like a winter song, but it is still a classic Christmas song. Because let's face it, snow/winterland... we all want a white Christmas, right?

Originally, Winter Wonderland was recorded by Richard Himbler -- but like many other Christmas songs -- has been recorded by various artists.

9. Jingle Bells

..Which pretty much speaks for itself. Jingle Bells just may be the most well known Christmas Classic.

8. Silver Bells

"Soon It Will Be Christmas Day"

Silver Bells is another timeless classic which was originally was first preformed by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell in the 40s!

Elvis Preforms Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

Elvis Presley says it best -- of course -- in Blue Christmas.

Whether you're a fan of the king or not, this Christmas song is sure to light that special spark of Christmas Magic. This may not be the most cheerful Christmas song, but it definitely sets the mood!

I hope that you enjoyed this list of timeless Christmas classics.

I hope that you enjoy them with your friends, family, and those you love.

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas | Source

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      Emily Lantry 2 years ago from Tennessee

      goatfury, I just now notices your comment somehow. I have actually never heard that song, but I will definitely add it my list. Thanks for that suggestion. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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      Emily Lantry 2 years ago from Tennessee

      thank you so much. I'm glad you enjoyed the article, and I hope you got some good ideas for that perfect music to put you and yours into the Christmas Spirit! :)

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      Marie L Boler 2 years ago from Yamba

      Great article Emily, and appropriately colorful. We're counting the weeks to Christmas now, so your article is out at just the right time.