Whether you're decorating the Christmas tree , hosting a holiday gathering, or simply trying to get hyped for the holiday season, a festive soundtrack with all the best Christmas songs is essential to set the mood while you deck the halls. Pretty much every celebrated artist has sung a holiday tune at some point over the years. There are some under-the-radar picks that should be classics. Then there are the holiday novelty songs, which come out one season a year, like the perfect advent treat.
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Some songs never go out of style. From caroling out in the snow to Jack Frost nipping at your nose, these lyrics have a special spot in all our hearts. To celebrate the season , we rounded up some of the most timeless Christmas tunes that are bound to get you singing along. So grab the eggnog, gather round, and start spreading Christmas cheer for all to hear with the best Christmas songs of all time. First performed on Christmas Day , this classic tune is wrapped in nostalgia. After developing the initial melody, songwriter Hugh Martin struggled to complete the song. Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose, and folks dressed up like Eskimos were nowhere to be found when songwriters Robert Wells and Mell Torme wrote this now-classic song. Their inspiration? Even Elvis can take a break from swaying his hips to get in the holiday spirit.
If there is one thing that is constant in this world, it is that the day after Halloween marks a multi-month-long non-negotiable stream of holiday music in just about every public place that has speakers. Here are the best Christmas songs of all time. You can listen to the full playlist on Spotify. Is it bold for a track title to self-proclaim as the Christmas song? Also yes. But, this iconic tune deserves all of the liberties it takes and more. This is the original and perhaps the only holiday diss track. Essentially one long series of back-handed compliments sung in a hilarious baritone, this song is sure to make even Mr. Grinch himself crack a smile. In , the modern art-rock star and the old-school silky-voiced crooner joined forces in one of the most unexpectedly successful duets of all time.