on where you live in the world, getting into the Christmas mood might
be a challenge. Most of us associate Christmas with decorations,
shopping, gifts, family reunions and most of all – snow. But what
if it’s not snowing where you are right now? What if you can’t
make it home for the holidays or you’re just not in a position to
afford Christmas shopping or lots of Christmas decorations? There’s
still a way to get into the Christmas spirit – and music is the
best way to do it. Sometimes putting on a good Christmas music
playlist is all you need to feel the magic of the festive season and
here are some suggestions from us.
Must-Have Christmas Playlist
It’s really hard to pick just a few Christmas songs and say they’re the best because there are so many good ones out there. But we tried our best. So here are some that are a must on your Christmas music playlist
Buble – It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
we know it’s originally by Johnny Mathis, but it’s Michael Buble
time now. There are memes all over the internet about Michael Buble
emerging from his cave every Christmas and we like it that way. Plus
this one has to be the first song. Cause it’s all about the start
of the season.
– Last Christmas
mean, you really can’t have a Christmas playlist and not include
this 80s hit. It’s borderline illegal to exclude this. Last
Christmas must be played at least once, at every Christmas party,
Carrey – All I Want For Christmas Is You
is a modern classic for a number of reasons. It was first released in
1994 and it still remains one of the most popular Christmas songs.
And it always goes up in the charts at Christmas time.
Hall & John Oates – Jingle Bell Rock
is our favorite version of Jingle Bell Rock. It’s just so fun and
merry and groovy you can’t help but start dancing a little. But we
have nothing against the original Bobby Helms version. Does it also
make you think of Home Alone?
Pogues – Fairytale of New York
For a fun twist – add this to your Christmas playlist. It’s bound to make you giggle in certain moments and you know, it’s a classic in its own way at this point.