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Most Popular Christmas Songs

Sheetal Mandora
Want some of the most popular Christmas songs to sing and dance to? We have a huge list of old and new songs which you can enjoy...
Christmas is a time to rejoice, be with family and close friends, eat delicious dishes, and sing songs and carols. There are tons of old and new popular Christmas songs that people like to sing on Christmas eve and Christmas day.
The snow-covered trees, candles all around, lights, Christmas tree, gifts, and mistletoe; all the elements brought together and you have the recipe for best holiday. And to make your holiday worthwhile and bring a little more merriment, we have put together a list of songs. Take a look...

Songs to Sing for Christmas

The old and new songs are perfect to get everyone in the mood for the holiday season. With family and friends sitting near the Christmas tree and the fire, singing these melodious Christmas tunes is more than just fun. Here are some songs for kids and adults that you can sing when you're home this festive season.

Popular Songs

Here's a list of some of songs you'll find playing everywhere; in the malls, on television, radio, and even at street corners (musical choirs). Let's have a look.
♦ You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch ~ Lindsey Stirling
♦ God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen ~ Pentatonix
♦ Santa Tell Me ~ Ariana Grande
♦ That's Christmas to Me ~ Pentatonix
♦ White Christmas ~ Irving Berlin
♦ O Holy Night ~ Celine Dion
♦ Jingle Bells ~ James Lord Pierpont
♦ Last Christmas ~ George Michael
♦ A Great Big Sled ~ The Killers
♦ Joy to the World ~ Michael Bolton
♦ Happy Holiday ~ Bing Crosby
♦ A Holly Jolly Christmas ~ Burl Ives
♦ The Christmas Song ~ Mel Tormé, Robert Wells
♦ Christmas Don't Be Late ~ The Chipmunks
♦ The Christmas Song ~ Nat King Cole
♦ River ~ Sarah McLachlan
♦ The Chanukah Song ~ Adam Sandler
♦ Winter Wonderland ~ Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith
♦ Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer ~ Johnny Marks
♦ Sleigh Ride ~ Leroy Anderson and Mitchell Parish
♦ Hark! The Herald Angels Sings ~ Mariah Carey
♦ Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree ~ Johnny Marks
♦ Give Love on Christmas Day ~ The Jackson 5
♦ Christmas (Please Baby Come Home) ~ U2
♦ Here we Come A-Caroling ~ Mormon Tabernacle Choir
♦ Blue Christmas ~ Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson
♦ Fairytale of New York ~ The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl
♦ Go Tell It on the Mountain ~ Garth Brooks
♦ Silent Night, Holy Night ~ Mahalia Jackson
♦ Frosty the Snowman ~ Steve Nelson and Walter E. Rollins
♦ I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus ~ Tommie Connor
♦ Here Comes Santa Claus ~ Gene Autry and Oakley Haldeman
♦ It's Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas ~ Meredith Willson
♦ Carol of the Bells ~ Peter J. Wilhousky and Mykola Leontovich
♦ I'm getting' Nuttin' for Christmas ~ S. Tepper and R. Bennett
♦ Santa Baby ~ Joan Ellen Javits, Philip Springer and Tony Springer
♦ Santa Claus Is Coming to Town ~ Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie
♦ It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year ~ Edward Pola and George Wyle
♦ Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas ~ Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin
♦ What Christmas Means to Me ~ Anna Gaye, Allen Story and George Gordy
♦ Happy Xmas - John Lennon and Yoko Ono, The Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community Choir

Good Songs

Following the tradition, we have put together some traditional songs. As you read through the list, you'll see that the list contains few original tracks and some that have been sung by new artists.
♦ O Come, All Ye Faithful ~ Pentatonix
♦ Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) ~ Darlene Love
♦ Underneath the Tree ~ Kelly Clarkson
♦ Silent Night ~ NLT
♦ Sleigh Ride ~ Boston Pops
♦ Feliz Navidad ~ José Feliciano
♦ Christmas Lullaby ~ Cary Grant
♦ Back Door Santa ~ Clarence Carter
♦ Silent Night ~ Bing Crobsy
♦ Santa Baby ~ Kylie Minogue
♦ Winter Wonderland ~ Jason Mraz
♦ This Christmas ~ Chris Brown
♦ It's Christmas Time ~ Status Quo
♦ A Holly Jolly Christmas ~ Johnny Marks
♦ I'll Be Home For Christmas ~ Elvis Presley
♦ O Little Town of Bethlehem ~ Sarah McLachlan
♦ Because It's Christmas ~ Barry Manilow
♦ All I Want for Christmas Is You ~ Mariah Carey
♦ A Cherry Cherry Christmas ~ Neil Diamond
♦ Merry Christmas Darling ~ The Carpenters
♦ Deck the Halls ~ Mannheim Steamroller
♦ Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas ~ Judy Garland
♦ Someday at Christmas ~ Ron Miller and Bryan Wells
♦ Home for the Holidays ~ Bob Allen and Al Stillman
♦ Wonderful Christmastime ~ Paul McCartney
♦ Silver Bells ~ Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
♦ Do You Hear What I Hear? ~ Bing Crosby
♦ One Little Christmas Tree ~ Ron Miller and Bryan Wells
♦ Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer ~ Elmo and Pasty Shropshire
♦ Christmas Time (Is Here Again) ~ The Beatles
♦ The 12 Days of Christmas ~ Taking Back Sunday
♦ Jingle Bell Rock ~ Joseph Carleton Beal and James Ross Boothe
♦ Jingle Bell Rock ~ Billy Idol
♦ I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas ~ Jon Bon Jovi
♦ It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year ~ Andy Williams
♦ Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! ~ Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne
♦ Do They Know It's Christmas? ~ Band Aid
♦ I'll Be Home for Christmas ~ Walter Kent, Kim Gannon and Buck Ram
♦ The Little Drummer Boy ~ Katherine K. Davis, Henry V. Onorati and Harry Simeone
♦ If Every Day Was Like Christmas ~ Elvis Presley, The Jordanaires and The Imperials Quartet
♦ It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas ~ Perry Como, The Fontane Sisters and Mitchell Ayres
There are some non-traditional songs as well that have become really popular over the years. Sung by R&B and hip hop artists, these songs have made a niche for themselves.
Whether you're searching for popular Christian songs or old-time classic songs to sing during Christmas, we've got them all. After all, singing classic songs and carols, as a family, is an age-old Christmas tradition and no one can resist its charm. We hope that these Christmas songs will set the mood just right for the holidays. Merry Christmas!