Exemplify is kicking off Christmas festivities, today, with the sharing of your favorite Christmas tunes. Kristen, my frieditor (friend/editor/boss), does not just like Christmas in the same way that she does not just like all of her writers or cupcakes. When she likes something it is kind of like us loving something a lot. So, hop over and join in the Christmas fun.
This has been so much fun. I would not search all of this out on my own, but I have enjoyed spending way to much time on it.
In no order, my ten that I could put a finger on…
Hail, Hail To The Newborn King (I think that is the title. We had SO much fun singing this in the praise team last Christmas. I hope that we do it again this Christmas.) – Selah
Jingle Bells by Easter Bloc (This is how you rock a Christmas song.)
Silent Night by Baby Washington (They do it old school. Nice.)
White Christmas by the Drifters (Again, old school.)
White Christmas by Bing Crosby (A favorite. I watch White Christmas, the movie, multiple times during the holiday season. In fact, we watched it/listened to it while we put up Christmas decorations this week.)
Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano (This gives Christmas a little spice. I like it, a lot.)
Rudolph, the Red Nose Reindeer by Gene Autry (Has anyone really done it better?)
Carol of the Bells by anyone really. I have the Roger Wagner Chorale. (It says fancy Christmas to me.)
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Tony Bennett (My husband sings this all Christmas long.)
Baby It’s Cold Outside by Dean Martin and whatever woman that is singing with him, at the time, because there are several versions. (What a flirty little Christmas jingle!)
Thanks, Kristen! I look forward to sharing Christmas traditions on Thursday on Exemplify’s family channel.
What are your favorite Christmas tunes?