Earlier this month I shared the “10 Worst Christmas Songs Of All Time“. I thought I’d flip it and share some of my favorites. Here they are in no particular order.
10 Of My Favorite Christmas Songs
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There’s A New Kid In Town – Alan Jackson: Jackson’s voice and delivery are perfect for this song. It’s also an easy song for me to pick out the harmony part and sing along.
The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole & Natalie Cole: Father and daughter team up with the help of technology to perform this Christmas classic.
God Is With Us – Casting Crowns: This is a favorite of mine because it’s one of my wife’s favorites.
Hallelujah – Cloverton: A non-traditional tune that’s given a Christmas twist by changing up the lyrics.
Christmas Is -Francesca Battistelli: I’ve written about his one before. You can read it here.
What God Wants For Christmas – Darius Rucker: Christmas is all about Jesus: God’s gift to us… but this song flips it around. Instead of the gift from God it ponders what our gift to God should be.
Christmas Cookies – George Strait: If this one doesn’t make you smile I don’t know what will.
Milk And Cookies – Clint Black: The harmonica isn’t an instrument you associate with Christmas music but I love it in this one.
Christmas In Nebraska – Mulberry Lane: Sure, these 4 sisters did an Iowa version but I like the Nebraska version because I have fond memories of my girls singing this song around ages 3 and 6. It was so cute. Wish I had a video of it.