Top 10 Best Christmas Songs Ever Written

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Top 10 Best Christmas Songs

Greetings Boys and Girls!

If you are anything like Santa, Christmas Music has a way of taking you back to a special time in your life. I have sorted through thousands of songs in order to bring you Santa’s personal Top 10 Best Christmas Songs Ever written for you to add to your playlists.

In my role as Father Christmas, this list may be construed as definitive.

 

Top 10 Best Christmas Songs Ever Written

 

10. Elmo & Patsy – Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer

9. Darlene Love – Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

8. Roy Orbison – Pretty Paper

7. Willie Nelson & Norah Jones – Baby It’s Cold Outside

There are many wonderful versions of this beautiful song, so it was hard to choose which my favorite. Many haven’t heard this version so I chose it!

6. The Ronettes – I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

5. The Royal Guardsman – Snoopy’s Christmas

4. Bing Crosby – White Christmas

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8Ozdqzjigg

3. The Ronettes – Frosty The Snowman

2. Harry Simeone Chorale – The Little Drummer Boy

And Santa Claus’ #1 Favorite Christmas Song of all time is…

1. Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby

 

I hope that you enjoy Santa’s choices of the  Top 10 Best Christmas Songs Ever Written!

I hope that this Christmas you remember to keep Love in your hearts and spread Kindness and Charity throughout your world.

I’d like to know what your favorite Christmas Songs are too, so please let me know in the comments below!

Everybody who leaves Santa a comment, moves a little further up on the Nice List!

Ho! Ho! Ho! and Happy Holidays,

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Santa Claus brings joy and toys to millions of children around the world every Christmas.Santa also serves as President of the Council of Immortal Beings.

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