My Christmas Playlist

My Christmas Playlist

The only thing you need to get you through the month of December


I am one of those people who start listening to Christmas music as soon as Halloween is over. I love starting to get into the Christmas spirit even when there is not yet snow on the ground. I listen to a wide variety of Christmas songs, but here are some of my top picks for the most wonderful time of the year:

1. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)- Michael Buble

2. Underneath the Tree- Kelly Clarkson

3. Do You Hear What I Hear- Carrie Underwood

4. That's Christmas to Me- Pentatonix

5. Santa Tell Me- Ariana Grande

6. Do They Know It's Chrismtas- Band Aid

7. Baby It's Cold Outside- Idina Menzel and Michael Buble

8. Christmas Coming Home- Lennon and Maisy

9. Mistletoe- Justin Bieber

10. Believe- Josh Groban

11. A Strange Way to Save the World- Rascal Flatts

12. The 12 Days of Christmas- Straight No Chaser

13. Breath of Heaven (Mary's Song)- Amy Grant

14. My Song For You- Bridgit Mendler ft. Shane Harper

15. Where Are You Christmas?- Faith Hill

16. Winter Wonderland/ Don't Worry Be Happy- Pentatonix ft. Tori Kelly

17. Little Saint Nick- The Beach Boys

18. Wrapped in Red- Kelly Clarkson

19. Baby Boy- For King and Country

20. Joseph's Lullaby- MeryMe

Give all of these songs a listen, they are sure to get you into the Christmas mood!

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