5 Christmas songs/albums you must listen to.

Yeah. Festivities all around. The weather, the various occurences all enunciate that we’re in the Christmas season. A season to show love and do good. Some days ago, I was reading the posts on one of the blogs I followed and I saw an update about 10 movies you must see in this Christmas yuletide. This kind of aroused my interest and made me do this. Now in a few sentences, I would like to present to you 5 Christmas songs and albums you won’t want to miss for anything, even that big fried chicken. Lol. My list may be a bit biased. It was based on personal taste. The songs are evergreen, they are repeatedly heard and played over the years, in every Christmas period. I have also included some songs that are not widely known. They are great songs though. Whenever you have access to data or free wifi, you could grab your phone and download it.  There are also songs from the 80’s and 90’s that arouse childhood memories. So, let’s do this.

1.) “Christmas Serenade”
This album was made by Johnny Maestro & Brooklyn bridge. It was rejuvenated by the original Gleen Miller singers featuring Paula Kelly. It is a must hear for every Christmas music afficionado.

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2.) On the number two rollercoaster, we’re gonna be having “Light of Christmas”. This blockbuster was done by Owl city featuring Toby mac.

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3.) Err. Errm. Eh. In my number three spot we have “Feliz navidad” by Boney M. This song was written by Puerto Rican singer and songwriter José Feliciano in the 70’s. Various versions of the song have been produced over the years. I’ve been seeing this song on TV since I was a kid. Though, I didn’t know the lyrics very well then. Humming was the best thing I could do when it was aired.

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4.) On the number four hotspot, we have “Santa Claus is coming to town”. It was written by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie. I don’t have to talk in length about this. It has always secured it’s place as the Christmas national anthem.

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National anthem my foot. Lol

5.) The last spot is grabbed by Dean Martins’ album “White Christmas”. It includes many tracks. Some of which are Jingle bells and Blue Christmas.

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Done. These are my Christmas greatest hits of all time. Now, you could make use of the comment section below. Let me know if you have any song you think would beat these to the top 5. Thanks.

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