20 Best Holiday Songs You Should’ve Listened To

Gee, I so miss doing posts like this. I can go on and on telling one story after another about the past weeks. I almost forgot that I have a tons of articles to write. Anyhow, this past week, I’ve been enjoying listening to some Christmas melodies. The other night, I slept at about 4AM listening to my Christmas playlist!

Aside from food and gifts, music play a very important role as we celebrate Christmas. It’s a staple in every parties! Can you imagine celebrating Christmas without hearing your the classics and favorite tunes? These songs even make us feel emo a lot of times.

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 However, I figured out that I don’t like hearing the classic arrangements of the Christmas songs that I grew up with. I will share with you my playlist and hopefully you’ll also enjoy this as much as I do. If you like a beautiful twist and a moment of reflection, I personally picked these 20 Best Holiday Tunes because of their brilliant arrangement, rhythm and sound (ability to make me groove), vocals and its message / lyrics.

My Top 20 Christmas 2014 Tunes
  1. “Christmas Lights” by Coldplay
  2. “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by Christina Aguilera & Brian McKnight
  3. “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” by Jars of Clay
  4. “I Never Knew the Meaning of Christmas” by ‘NSync (another an alternative: “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays“)
  5. “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” by David Archuleta
  6. “Jingle Bell Rock” by Rascall Flatts
  7. “Last Christmas” by Glee Cast
  8. “Let It Snow” by Michael Buble
  9. “Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber —> not really a fan of B but listen to this! :) You can also try “Christmas Love”
  10. “O Holy Night” by Relient K
  11. “Shake-Up Christmas” by Train —> one of my fave bands and currently my ringtone
  12. “Silent Night” by Casting Crowns
  13. “Angels We Have Heard on High” by Third Day
  14. “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” by Carrie Underwood
  15. “Joy To The World” by Avalon
  16. “A Prayer for Every Year” by Plus One —> rewritten lyrics for My Grown-up Christmas List
  17. “O Come All Ye Faithful” by Stacie Orrico
  18. “White Christmas” by Michael Buble & Shania Twain
  19. “A Strange Way To Save the World” by 4HIM
  20. “A Baby Changes Everything” by Faith Hill or “Santa Can You Hear Me?” by Britney Spears —> not really a fan of Britney but I always have this on my list 

You can go and find these songs on YouTube. Please try them this Season and let me know if you also enjoyed my suggestion. 🙂

Merry Christmas everyone! Happy listening! ♥

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