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Holiday Playlist

From classics by Andy Williams and Mariah Carey, to spinoffs from top Billboard artists like Ariana Grande and Michael Bublé, the annual holiday music rush  is in full swing and is one definitive way to set the mood this holiday season. Here is a countdown of the top eight holiday songs sure to get you ready for the festivities.

“The Christmas Song” — Nat King Cole

Kicking the playlist off with a classic from the 1960s, “The Christmas Song” is one of the most played songs of the season. From start to finish, the song gives off a sense of holiday spirit like no other.

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” — Michael Bublé

Canadian singer-songwriter Bublé’s cover of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”, originally sung by Darlene Love, is a fantastic holiday hit. Taken off of his 2012 album Christmas, the instrumental bells along with the choir in the background bring holiday cheer to all those who listen.

“Let It Snow!” — Dean Martin

Another extremely famous holiday classic, “Let It Snow!” reflects the joys of the holiday season. The song is perfect for spending a snowy night inside, sitting by the fireplace with a cup of hot cocoa.

“It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year” — Andy Williams

One of the more traditional holiday songs, Williams’ classic “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year” is the cheery addition to all holiday playlists. The upbeat song brings the merry season to life!

“Santa Tell Me” — Ariana Grande

Pop singer Grande released her Christmas album Christmas Kisses in 2013, and “Santa Tell Me” quickly became the featured song off of the album. With a catchy hook and fun lyrics, the song has become a staple of many holiday playlists.

“Jingle Bell Rock” — Bobby Helms

“Jingle Bell Rock,” a timeless holiday song, is recognizable to many from its feature in an iconic scene in the movie Mean Girls. ( It’s the perfect song to liven up holiday parties and bring spirit to any room.

“It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” — Michael Bublé

This familiar hit, originally made famous by Johnny Mathis and covered by Bublé, is a catchy song that describes the first traces of the holiday season approaching. Bublé’s smooth vocals provide a new twist on the classic song, bringing it to #2 on the list.

“All I Want For Christmas” — Mariah Carey

Topping off the list, Carey’s hit song “All I Want For Christmas” is considered one of the most iconic holiday songs to-date, selling over three million digital copies since its release. The song has yet to grow old, as it enters The Top 40 for its 11th consecutive year.