Saturday, 9 December 2017
Blogmas Day Nine - Best Christmas Songs
So this is day Nine of Blogmas and we hope that you are enjoying all of our blogmas posts. This post is about something that you have to have on at Christmas and that is Christmas songs.
Christmas songs are played constantly with us and there are so many good ones so we thought that we would share them with you. So, here are some of our favourite Christmas songs:
We love the song Winter Wonderland and the new rendition of the song by Alexander Armstrong has made the song become one of our favourite Christmas songs of all times.
We also love Last Christmas by Wham! This is such a classic song and we love it so much and it definitely feels like Christmas whenever it is played.
Some great upbeat Christmas songs that we love are Merry Christmas Everyone and rockin' around the Christmas tree. We also love Jingle Bell Rock and Band Aid 30 as it is always gets us in the Christmas spirit when we hear these songs.
The Grinch is also a great Christmas song and matches one of our favourite Christmas films from our previous blog post. We also love Let it Snow and a great classic of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
Some great Christmas classics that we love at Christmas also include Fairytale of New York and All I Want For Christmas is You.
A truly beautiful Christmas song has got to be Silent Night as well as Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas. It wouldn't be Christmas without Michael Bublé so his cover of Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas gets played on repeat until Christmas is over. We also love Baby its cold outside and one that we are sure that everyone loves is the 12 days of Christmas song. We also love Michael Bublé's covers of Holly Jolly Christmas and Christmas(baby please come home) and they have both got us dancing around the house.
Finally, one of the best Christmas songs for us is Santa Claus is Coming to Town. Many artists have done a cover of this song and made it sound different every time but personally for us we love the McFly's version of this song the best.
Thank you for reading today's blogmas, make sure you stay tuned for tomorrows blogmas. We hope you are enjoying all of our blogmas posts and that you will leave a comment with some of your favourite Christmas songs that we might have missed. Follow our social media for future posts and we will see you tomorrow with the next blogmas post.