As soon as Thanksgiving is over, it’s time for to bring out all of the Christmas music. Earlier this week, Jon and I finally put up the Christmas tree, and we listened to this Christmas album I bought for just $4 on vinyl. I loved it. Jon hates Christmas music, but that just makes me love it more! (Haha)
I usually like listening to untraditional Christmas music, but every once in awhile, the classics break through and steal my heart. These are a few Christmas songs I’ll be listening to all month.
Text Me Merry Christmas – Straight No Chaser + Kristen Bell
Kristen Bell is pretty much my famous person ever (or at least top 10), and I’ve been a long time fan of Straight No Chaser. I think this song is just so adorable!
Mistletoe – Lucy Hale
I love everything that I hear Lucy Hale sing, so of course I would love her first Christmas song.
We Need a Little Christmas – Shane Harper
Shane Harper is such a talent, and I love his song “Rocketship.” His rendition of “We Need a Little Christmas” is one of my favorites.
I Wanna Be Your Christmas – Andrew Allen
This song is just so sweet, and Andrew Allen’s voice is totally swoon-worthy.
White Winter Hymnal – The Gardiner Sisters
The Gardiner Sisters is one of my favorite music groups. I love how great they sound together. I hate to be biased, but Mandi is my favorite. She’s the blonde one, and her voice is absolutely spectacular. I love their rendition of this beautiful song.
That’s Christmas to Me – Pentatonix
I think we all know how amazing Pentatonix is. I love a capella groups, and they’re definitely in my top 5. I love this video because it shows videos of them when they’re younger, and I’m a sucker for old home videos.
Baby It’s Cold Outside – Idina Menzel + Michael Buble
I love this song, and there are so many amazing versions of it, but put Idina Menzel and Michael Buble together, and of course, flawlessness is going to happen. Plus, the video is so freaking cute.
Christmas Time – Christina Aguilera
Christina’s Christmas album was the first Christmas album that I ever owned, and this continues to be one of my favorite Christmas songs.
Happy Christmas – Colbie Caillat
I just love Colbie Caillat, and the message behind this song is so beautiful and something that everyone needs to hear. It’s so easy to lose sight of what Christmas is really about, and this song pretty much says it all.
Blame It On the Snow – Tiffany Houghton
Ever since I heard her sing “High,” I started to adore her. Plus, we have the same name, so that’s automatic awesomeness.
For more of my favorite Christmas songs, check out my Spotify playlist reserved just for this time of year.
What are your favorite Christmas songs?