Faith Fitness and Laughter

My Favorite Christmas Songs

on December 12, 2014

Tonight I wanted to share with you my favorite Christmas songs!

 

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Those songs that, when they come on, it takes you to a place that is Christmas for you.  Oh don’t get me wrong I love the tree, the lights, the cookies….all of it.  But there is just something about a good Christmas song.

 

My Favorite Christmas Songs

 

1.   Where are you Christmas by Faith Hill.  (from the Grinch movie)

 

2.   The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an open fire)  by Nat King Cole

 

3.   Joseph’s Lullaby by Mercy Me.   (this is probably my favorite. If you haven’t heard it, go check it out!)

 

4.   I’ll be Home for Christmas  by Michael Buble’

 

5.   Blue Christmas by Elvis  When my nephew was a baby, I would get him and set him in my lap where he was facing me and sing this song to him.  In my Elvis voice.  Don’t judge. You know you’ve done it.  :p

 

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6.   Here comes Santa Claus

 

7.  Have yourself a Merry little Christmas  by Michael Buble’

 

8.   If you just Believe by Josh Groban  (from the movie Polar Express)

 

9.   What Child is this (The first Noel) by Franesca Battistelli (LOVE this version!)

 

10.  White Christmas  by Bing Crosby

 

11. I Heard the bells on Christmas Day by Casting Crowns

 

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12. Jingle Bells by the cas of Glee

 

13. Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song) by Amy Grant

 

14. Stille Nacht (Silent Night)  by Mannheim Steamroller

 

15.  Silent Night by Boyz II Men

 

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What about you?  What are some of your favorite Christmas songs?

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2 responses to “My Favorite Christmas Songs

  1. Love this list. We have a lot of favorites in common! I actually created a ‘Happy Christmas’ playlist on Spotify so I could listen to my favorites all season long. A few of mine: anything by Bing Crosby or Gene Autry (especially Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 🙂 ), the Nutcracker soundtrack, ‘Winter Snow’ by Chris Tomlin and ‘Oh Holy Night’ (older versions – nothing new.) I also LOVE instrumentals. I usually have the ‘Canadian Brass Band’ Christmas station playing in the morning while I nurse Charlotte and read. I can’t focus on a book with music that has lyrics so the instrumental station is just perfect.

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