One of our favorite parts of the holiday season is the Christmas music. They provide feelings of nostalgia, warmth, and love. With so many holiday songs; however, it can be difficult to find the right song to perfectly match the mood. Luckily, we made you a quick list of Christmas songs to help you get in the holiday spirit.
When You Miss the Sunshine
Listen Here: Christmas in LA by Vulfpeck
Snuggling by the fireplace on a snowy day is always fun, but it can be easy to miss the sunshine and warmer days. Christmas in LA is the opposite of a traditional Christmas song, as the funk band ironically sings about the warmth and blue skies during winter time in LA. Grab your speaker, put on your sunglasses, and groove all day long to this song.
When You Can’t Get Into the Holiday Spirit
Listen Here: Christmas Wrapping by the Waitresses
Sometimes, the holiday season can be frustrating. Boy, do The Waitresses have the perfect song for you. We love this song because of the high energy and fun chorus, but for the one who may not be the biggest fan of the holidays, this song perfectly encapsulates the stress that comes with it all.
When You Want to Be the Main Character In a Hallmark Movie
Listen Here: It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas by Michael Buble
The song that’s in the beginning of every cliché Christmas movie. Cliché can be good though! Michael Bublé adds his own classic, jazzy touch that will be sure to get you into the Christmas-y mood.
When You Wish You Were In A Concert Hall
Listen Here: Christmas Canon by Trans-Siberian Orchestra
The perfect blend of classical and Christmas. The Trans-Siberian Orchestra adds their own touch to the infamous Canon in D by turning it into an unforgettable Christmas song. Play this song when decorating the tree, chilling by the campfire, or baking those yummy holiday cookies.
Christmas songs play a big role in what makes the holiday season so festive and iconic. Use this list of songs if you're in need of some suggestions. These songs will make you want to get up and rock around that Christmas tree.
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