Essay About Christmas Songs

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When it comes to Christmas music and songs people usually are divided in what they prefer. There are those who prefer the classic and well-known Christmas carols, those who like nostalgic Christmas songs that bring back memories, others prefer blasting music and rocking around their Christmas tree and even those who like it all just because it’s Christmas and they’re having a ball. Here is a list of twenty Christmas songs that people never seem to tire of and that they enjoy every Christmas that comes. • At the top of this list is a version of “Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth” sung by the surprising duet of legendary Bing Crosby whose now swinging upon a star and perhaps whistling this tune and the other half of the duet – David Bowie. • The next song was originally written and performed by the Vince Guaraldi Trio and it was played in the ever popular “A Charlie…show more content…
The version that stands out from the rest is the one recorded by The Beach Boys in 1964. • Two versions of this song are always delightful whether “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” is sung by a young Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5 or by rocker Bruce Springsteen. • The original recording of “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” sung by Bing Crosby still captures the heart. It tells the story of the daydreams of a GI in WWII and can still relate to any soldier anywhere today. • One of the best-loved and most-recorded Christmas songs is “Fairytale of New York”. It remains popular due to the characters that were created by The Pogues and Kristy MacColl. • An always listened to and most loved Christmas carol is “O Holy Night”. It was adapted from a French poem in 1855. My favorite version is sung by Carrie Underwood. • I have never missed shedding a tear or two while listening to “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” Beautifully sung by Judy Garland in the movie “Meet Me in St. Louis” in
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