Can You Name the Best Christmas Songs from One Lyric?
"You will get a sentimental feeling, when you hear, voices singing let's be jolly..."
- Step into Christmas
- Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
- Run Rudolph Run
- Christmas Wrapping
"At Christmas time, we let in light and banish shade..."
- Do They Know It's Christmas?
- I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
- Santa Baby
"And a real famous cat dressed up in red, and he spends the whole year workin' out on his sled..."
- Santa Claus is Comin' to Town
- Frosty the Snowman
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Little Saint Nick
"The party's on, the spirit's up, we're here tonight, and that's enough..."
- Wonderful Christmastime
- Merry Christmas Darling
- Christmas Tree Farm
- The Christmas Song
"For yellow and red ones, let's stop all the fights..."
- Pretty Paper
- Winter Wonderland
- Mistletoe and Holly
- Happy Xmas (War is Over)
"I met a man who lives in Tennessee, and he was headin' for Pennsylvania and some homemade pumpkin pie..."
- Rock and Roll Christmas
- (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays
- Do You Hear What I Hear?
- Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
"Once bitten and twice shy, I keep my distance, but you still catch my eye..."
- Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
- Last Christmas
- White Christmas
- Little Drummer Boy
"So won't you tell me you'll never more roam, Christmas and New Years will find you home..."
- Please Come Home for Christmas
- Sleigh Ride
- Jingle Bells
- Last Christmas
"Santa Claus won't make me happy with a toy on Christmas Day..."
- I'll Be Home for Christmas
- Baby, It's Cold Outside
- All I Want for Christmas Is You
- Joy to the World
"Greet you neath the mistletoe, kiss you once and then some more..."
- Deck the Halls
- Christmas in New Orleans
- A Holly Jolly Christmas
- What Christmas Means to Me
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Best Christmas Songs
One thing that turns the Christmas holidays into such a wonderful time is the music. Since the early 1950s, musicians have been adding to a long list of the best Christmas songs ever by coming up with both their own original Christmas songs and new versions of some of the classics. But what makes them as popular as they are is how easy it is to remember all the lyrics, right? Do you really think you could identify some of the best Christmas songs simply by reading one lyric from the song?