The Top 100 Christmas Songs Would Be?



The Top 100 Christmas Songs Would Be?

[In your opinion]

Christmas is just around the corner – yes it is – it creeps up fast every year and everybody has something they enjoy about it, well almost everybody. We are back on this tread, do l mean thread? No, it’s tread, the thread will come later!

Slowly our Christmas Songs List is collecting momentum 99 are listed below, however perhaps there are songs here, that you have a different variation you prefer to hear, let me know in the comments section below. Every time comments are left, l will attach the new songs to the list in the new day reblog and then later this month, early December we’ll have ourselves a vote for the top 100 in readiness for Christmas week. 

This post will be reblogged till end November.

The Top 100 Christmas Songs Would Be 2018

  • Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer 1964
  • I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 1970
  • I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause 1952
  • The Christmas Song [Nat King Cole] 1961
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’: Judy Garland (1944
  • Happy Xmas (War Is Over)’: John Lennon (1971)
  • Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree’: Brenda Lee (1958)
  • Santa Claus Is Coming to Town’: Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi (2003)
  • The Little Drummer Boy’: David Bowie and Bing Crosby (1977)
  • ‘White Christmas’: Bing Crosby (1942)
  • ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’: Mariah Carey (1994)
  • Do They Know It’s Christmas? Band Aid (1984)
  • ‘Fairytale of New York’: The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl (1988)
  • Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)’: U2 (1987)
  • ‘Joy to the World’: Michael Bolton (1997)
  • ‘Last Christmas’: Wham! (1984)
  • ‘Merry Christmas Darling’: The Carpenters (1978)
  • It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year’: Andy Williams (1963)
  • Baby Its Cold Outside – Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer – 1949
  • Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer – Elmo & Patsy
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Frank Sinatra
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem – Sarah McLachlan
  • Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee
  • Santa Claus Is Coming to Town – Fred Astaire
  • The Little Drummer Boy – Vienna Boys Choir
  • White Christmas – Darlene love
  • All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
  • Do They Know it’s Christmas? – Band Aid
  • Silver Bells – Bing Crosby
  • Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
  • Joy to the World –  Mormon Tabernacle Choir
  • A Mad Russians Christmas – Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  • Sleigh Ride – Andre Rieu
  • It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Andy Williams
  • Up on the Housetop – Pentatonix
  • The Christmas Song – Twisted Sister
  • Carol of the Bells – Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  • Gesu Bambino – Mormon Tabernacle Choir
  • Frosty the Snowman – Gene Autry
  • It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas – Bing Crosby
  • Feliz Navidad – Jose Felciano
  • Do You Hear What I Hear – Bing Crosby
  • Trans-Siberian Orchestra – Christmas Eve
  • The Waitresses – Christmas Wrapping
  • Frosty the Snowman – The Ronettes
  • I’ll Be Home For Christmas- Josh Groban
  • When Christmas Comes to Town – Meghan Moore, Matthew Hall
  • Happy Christmas War is Over – John Lennon
  • Mele Kalikimaka – Bette Midler
  • Night Before Christmas – Carly Simon
  • Christmas Blue – TSO
  • Winter Wonderland – Darlene Love
  • Parade of the Wooden Soldiers – The Crystals 
  • Silent Night – Stevie Nicks
  • Little Drummer Boy – Joan Jett
  • Please Come Home for Christmas – Eagles
  • Blue Christmas – Elvis Presley
  • Last Christma – Wham
  • Sleigh Ride – Leroy Anderson
  • I Believe in Father Christmas – Greg Lake
  • Prokofiev’s ‘Troika’
  • Mary’s Little Boy Child – Jim Reeves
  • Silver Bells – Jim Reeves
  • Senor Santa Claus – Jim Reeves
  • Oh Come All Ye Faithful – Jim Reeves
  • Still Still Still – Manheim Steamroller
  • Jingle Bells – Michael Bublé 2011
  • Let It Snow – Frank Sinatra
  • I’ll Be Home for Christmas – Bing Crosby
  • Christmas Don’t Be Late – Alvin and the Chipmunks
  • Step into Christmas – Elton John 1974
  • Believe – Josh Groban 2011
  • Ave Maria – Celtic Woman
  • A Holly Jolly Christmas – Burl Ives
  • Christmas in Hollis – Run – DMC
  • Christmas All Over Again – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 2008
  • Twelve Days of Christmas – John Denver/The Muppets 1979
  • Give Love on Christmas Day – The Temptations 1970
  • Go Tell It on the Mountain – Blues Traveler 2016
  • Funky Christmas – Marvin Sease 2003
  • The Holly & The Ivy – Mediaeval Baebes 2013
  • The Christmas Waltz – Harry Connick, Jr. 2003
  • Trim Your Tree – Jimmy Butler 1994
  • Santa Claus Got Stuck in my Chimney – Ella Fitzgerald
  • All I Want For Christmas is my Two Front Teeth – Spike James and His City Slickers 1948
  • I’m Getting Nuttin’ For Christmas – Ricky Zahnd & The Blue Jeaners – 1955
  • Hard Candy Christmas- Dolly Parton
  • Silver and Gold – Kirk Franklin
  • The Christmas Guest – Johnny Cash
  • Old Toy Trains – Roger Miller 1967
  • Light One Candle – Peter, Paul and Mary
  • I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas – Gayla Peevey 2014
  • I wonder as I wander – Audrey Assad – 2016
  • Children,Go Where I Send Thee – Kenny Rogers
  • 12 Days of Christmas – Burl Ives
  • Away in a Manger – Pentatonix
  • Winter Wonderland – Johnny Mathis
  • Boogie Woogie Santa Claus –  Mabel Scott 1948
  • Santa Baby – Eartha Kitt with Friends 1953
  • Snoopy’s Christmas – The Royal Guardsmen 1967

We now Have our 100 Songs!

The voting tables will be drawn up later this week, so that voting can commence in the first week of December, where the number 1 song will be displayed for Christmas week!

31 thoughts on “The Top 100 Christmas Songs Would Be?

  1. Silent Night ~ Stevie Nicks
    Little Drummer Boy ~ Joan Jett
    Please Come Home for Christmas ~ Eagles
    Blue Christmas ~ Elvis Presley
    Last Christmas ~ Wham!

  2. I can’t listen to that Judy Garland song, it always makes me cry.

    Sleigh Ride was composed by Leroy Anderson and its one of my favourites. I also like Troika and “I believe in Father Christmas” by Greg Lake which used the tune from Troika.

  3. Jim Reeves’ Christmas Album. All the songs were wonderful…but some might be a bit dated in concept or language like “Senor Santa Claus”. But all of them – special to me certainly. Still makes me cry because it was my father’s favorite song (if Kristian can admit he cries over some of those Christmas songs, I will too). And Mannheim Steamrollers’ “Still Still Still” brings a tear or two..

    1. put a space in the link. it’s the only way. the one’s trying the link will have to copy, paste and take out the space to use it.

  4. Your list is getting long 🙂
    Here’s a few more that I like:
    All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth, I’m getting nuttin for Christmas, Hard Candy Christmas (Dolly Parton), Silver and Gold, The Christmas Guest (Johnny Cash), Old Toy Trains (Roger Miller), Light One Candle (Peter, Paul, & Mary), I want a hippopotamus for Christmas, I wonder as I wander (PPM), Children, Go Where I send thee (PPM), 12 Days of Christmas (Burl Ives), Away in a Manger, Winter Wonderland (Johnny Matis), Boogie Woogie Santa Slaus (Mabel Scott), Santa Baby

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