Christmas Day is coming, and we have some gifts. Just listen to some of the most beautiful Christmas songs to feel all the Christmas spirit envelop you.
Listening to these songs, we remember the good times and perhaps some bad ones. But what matters is that everyone feels enveloped by a unique feeling of compassion and friendship.
It’s already Christmas all over the world. Stop a few minutes and have fun listening to these beautiful Christmas carols.
I doubt that you don’t know them all.
Santa Claus is coming to town – Jessie J
The oldest recorded recording of Santa Claus Is Coming To Town is from 1934. But it was sung long before that to remember that you need to behave well if you want to get a gift from Santa Claus. In this version with Jessie J we even feel like being badly behaved.
Happy Xmas (War is Over) – John & Yoko Plastic Ono Band + Harlem Community Choir
“Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” is a Christmas song released in 1971 as a single by John & Yoko. Also, a protest song against the Vietnam War. Become a Christmas standard, frequently recorded by other artists, appearing on compilation albums of seasonal music, and named in polls as a holiday favorite.
A Christmas Day of peace with John Lennon, a beautiful gift!
White Christmas – Michael Bublé (ft. Shania Twain)
“White Christmas” is the most-recorded Christmas song. There have been more than 500 recorded versions of the song, in several languages. Perhaps the most modern version is that of Michael Bublé with the participation of Shania Twain.
Blue Christmas – Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley cemented the status of “Blue Christmas” as a rock-and-roll classic by recording it for his 1957 LP Elvis’ Christmas Album. Although this song has been recorded by many artists Presley’s version is notable.
Put A Little Love In Your Heart – Annie Lennox & Al Green
In 1988, Annie Lennox and Al Green recorded ‘Put A Little Love In Your Heart”. The song was released as the ending theme song to the 1988 film Scrooged. Scrooged is one of the classic Christmas movies with Bill Murray. Bill is a selfish, cynical television executive is haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.
The song reached number 9 in the US on the Hot 100 in January 1989. Becoming a top 40 hit in several countries worldwide.
Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms
Jingle Bell Rock was released in 1957 and topped the Christmas charts five years in a row. The song became famous again in 2004 because of a scene from Mean Girls.
On Christmas Day, a classic is ever welcome!
O Tannenbaum – Celtic Woman
There is no way to not listen to “O Tannenbaum” without remembering the soundtrack to ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’. Tannenbaum is a fir tree. The lyrics do not actually refer to Christmas, or describe a decorated Christmas tree. Instead, they refer to the fir’s evergreen quality as a symbol of constancy and faithfulness.
Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
Recorded at the height of his career. Chuck Berry rolls in 1958 out his characteristic frenzied twelve-bar blues in reverence of everyone’s favorite reindeer. Despite not even managing to break the top fifty when it was first released, it became a favorite Christmas song.
Wonderful Christmastime – Paul McCartney
“Wonderful Christmastime” is a Christmas song by musician Paul McCartney. Released in November 1979, is regarded as one of McCartney’s weaker compositions by numerous music critics, the song continues to enjoy significant Christmastime popularity around the world, and has been covered by numerous artists.
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee
Johnny Marks was Jewish but he composed some of the best Christmas carols of all time. In addition to “Rockin ‘Around the Christmas” he also created ‘Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ and ‘I Heard The Bells of Christmas Day’. Brenda Lee was 13 when she recorded this song.
All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
“All I Want for Christmas Is You” is a Christmas song written and performed by Mariah Carey. It is the best-selling modern-day Christmas song. It was critically acclaimed and has been called “one of the few modern additions worthy of Christmas”.
We Wish You a Merry Christimas
We Wish You a Merry Christmas is a beautiful song used in thousands of Christmas movies and tells of an ancient tradition in England. People sang Merry Christmas wishes at the door of wealthy families to earn food.
Stille Nacht – Silent Night – The Three Tenors
“Stille Nacht” or “Silent Night” is a classic German Christmas song from 1818. It has already been recorded and re-recorded in almost all languages and remains today as a symbol of Christmas.