Thursday, December 5, 2013

Our Top Christmas Songs


Happy December friends!
Sorry I have neglected my little blog lately!  We have been busy shopping, and putting up Christmas décor--yeah!!  and dealing with sickness--boo!  Poor Bridger is home today with an ear infection and a terrible case of croup!  Poor guy.  At least he gets to spend the day wrapped in a cozy blanket watching Christmas movies, listening to me read him the Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever (with those horrible Herdmans--hehe) and listening to our favorite holiday tunes!  We have a Christmas playlist that is pretty much on nonstop now!  We LOVE Christmas music!

Our Top Christmas Songs:
Let it Be Christmas--Alan Jackson
All I Want for Christmas is You--Mariah Carey
Do You Hear What I Hear--Whitney Houston
Mary Did You Know--Kenny Rogers and Wynonna Judd
Wonderful Christmas Time--Paul McCartney
The First Noel--David Archuletta
It Snowed--Meagan Smith
Mary's Boy Child--The Christmas Party Singers
Grown Up Christmas List--Micheal Buble
Where are You Christmas--Faith Hill
Mele Kalikimaka-- Jimmy Buffet
Chipmunk Christmas--the Chipmunks
Christmas Canon--Trans-Siberian Orchestra
No Room--Tracy Byrd

*Also still love my old Judds Christmas CD and Vince Gill has some good ones.  Also the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is pretty much perfect!

What are your favorites?  I have heard that Kelly Clarkson has a great Christmas album.  What songs do we need to add to our rotation this year?  Please share:)



M Topham said...

Our family's new favorite is "THe Cat and the Mouse Carol" by David Archuleta. It is on his cd with the Mormon Tablernacle Choir.

Melanie Anne said...

M Tophan--Thanks!! I will download that one or buy the CD:)

Tasha L. said...

I think my very favorite Christmas song is "Oh Holy Night" by Celene Dion. No one else sings that song more beautifully, in my opinion.
Merry Christmas! Hope you all get feeling better.

Melanie Anne said...

Tasha L--I LOVe Celine Dion--and I don't have any of her Christmas songs. Thanks you!! xo

Jen said...

Breath of Heaven (Amy Grant) and I Was Not His Father, He Was Mine by Michael McClean. Thank you for sharing your list!

Anonymous said...

I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas by the Drifters from Home Alone,
also love the Bing Crosby version though!

Erin S said...

Faith Hill sings one called A baby changes everything. Love it. And Angels we have heard on high by Third Day.

Brittany said...

poor bridge - but staying home sick at your house actually sounds fun! Your playlist looks great but I was shocked that JoHnny Mathis was nowhere on it!!! It's just not Christmas without Johnny Mathis. And what about Josh Groban?! You need to add them :)

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