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Blogmas Day 5

What is Christmas without Christmas music? To me, it wouldn’t feel like Christmas without it. Yes, I am one of “those people” who starts listening to Christmas music in October. I have a tendency to listen to more of the classic Christmas music like Bing Crosby. I don’t know why but the more modern stuff (year 2000 and on) like Michael Buble and Mariah Carey, doesn’t do much for me. Perhaps I am just an old soul. It could also be the nostalgic factor, reminding me of my childhood Christmas’ with my grandparents. I miss them so much.

I started making a Christmas playlist on YouTube of the songs that never get old to me. You can find that playlist by clicking here —> Jenn’s Christmas Playlist. I figured I would also list the songs on here for those who can’t or don’t want to listen right this second.

  1. So This Is Christmas by John Lennon
  2. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town by Eddy Arnold (his voice reminds me so much of my grandpa’s)
  3. Simply Having A Wonderful Christmas Time by Paul McCartney
  4. Blue Christmas by Elvis Presley
  5. Somewhere In My Memory by John Williams
  6. It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas by Bing Crosby
  7. Please Come Home For Christmas by the Eagles
  8. Deck The Halls by Mannheim Steamroller
  9. Last Christmas by Wham!
  10. Hula Hoop by Alvin and The Chipmunks (we had a cassette tape of this when I was little, we listened to it every Christmas)

What are your go-to songs to listen to during the Christmas season? Are any of the ones on my list on yours? Let me know in the comments!

Until tomorrow,

Jenn

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