The Ultimate List Of Christmas Songs To Add To Your Playlist
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The Ultimate List Of Christmas Songs To Add To Your Playlist

'Tis the season for great music!

The Ultimate List Of Christmas Songs To Add To Your Playlist

With Thanksgiving over, it is officially the Holiday season! This means it is finally time to listen to everyone's favorite type of music. There is no better way to prepare for Christmas that jamming out to Christmas music. Here is a list of songs, old and new, that you should add to your Christmas playlist this year!

1. All I Want For Christmas Is You- Mariah Carey

2. Blue Christmas- Elvis Presley

3. Happy Xmas (War is Over)- John Lennon

4. Jingle Bell Rock- Bobby Helms

5. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus- The Ronettes

6. One More Sleep- Leona Lewis 

7. Last Christmas- Wham!

8. Santa Tell Me- Ariana Grande 

9. Wrapped In Red- Kelly Clarkson 

10. Wonderful Christmastime- Paul McCartney 

11. Merry Christmas Baby- Bruce Springsteen 

12. My Only Wish (This Year)- Britney Spears 

13. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays- *NSYNC

14. Only Thing I Ever Get For Christmas- Justin Bieber 

15. Ave Maria- Beyonce

16. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)- Mariah Carey

17. Baby It's Cold Outside- Seth MacFarlane, Sara Bareilles

18. Mistletoe- Justin Bieber 

19. Underneath The Tree- Kelly Clarkson

20. Oh Santa!- Mariah Carey 

21. Run Run Rudolph- Kelly Clarkson 

22. O Holy Night- Mariah Carey 

23. Do They Know It's Christmas?- Band Aid 

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