The Top 10 Christmas Songs Of All Time, Ranked By 9Honey

The prime 10 Christmas songs of all time, ranked by 9Honey
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As Santa’s massive day attracts nearer, 9Honey thought it essential to take a deep dive into the most important Christmas songs of all time.

In a really official 9Honey rating for 2022, we’ve thought of a few of the catchiest Christmas tunes, to make a definitive prime 10 record of the perfect Christmas songs ever.

See what made the reduce beneath.

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The Top 10 Christmas songs, ranked by 9Honey:

1. All I Need For Christmas Is You

Song cover for Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas is You.
All I Need for Christmas is You (Columbia Information)

It’s a success, it’s a traditional, it’s Mariah Carey’s All I Need for Christmas Is You.

The track nearly cemented Carey’s fame within the (unofficial) Christmas Corridor of Fame, and in all of our minds. Ceaselessly.

As quickly as November hits, this track could be heard far and large, on the radio and in nearly each buying centre. Its catchy tune and lyrics, and Carey’s iconic 1994 music Video guarantee this track really is primary.

2. Final Christmas

Song cover for Last Christmas by Wham!
Final Christmas (CBS Information)

An in depth runner-up for the 9Honey staff was, after all, Final Christmas by Wham!.

Penned by George Michael, this Christmas track really does get us all in a festive temper.

Of course, there’s additionally an iconic music Video for this track too, as a result of what’s a success with out a music Video as of late?

3. It’s Starting to Look a Lot Like Christmas

Album cover for Bing Crosby's Christmas album
It’s Starting to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Decca Information)

He was the so-called “Voice of Christmas”, and It’s Starting to Look a Lot Like Christmas was one in all his most well-known songs.

Bing Crosby’s hit is one we are able to by no means not placed on our Christmas playlist, and all the time has us feeling the Christmas emotions.

As quickly because the Christmas tree’s up and the wreath’s on the entrance door, we’re the primary ones to pop this on the audio system at house.

4. Rockin’ Across the Christmas Tree

Song cover for Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee
Rockin’ Across the Christmas Tree (Decca Information)

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Is it biased to say that regardless of Brenda Lee being an American singer, Rockin’ Across the Christmas Tree has a definite Aussie really feel to it?

In our summery Christmas time, there’s not a lot else to do however benefit from the festivities within the liveliest of the way, and this track really does sum all of it up.

5. Jingle Bell Rock

Song cover for Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms
Jingle Bell Rock (Decca Information)

A complete traditional, Jingle Bell Rock is one other iconic track that needed to make it on the record.

It’s not fairly pretty much as good as Rockin’ Across the Christmas Tree, in our humble opinion, however nonetheless fairly jivey.

6. It’s the Most Great Time of the 12 months

Song cover for It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Andy Williams
It’s the Most Great Time of the 12 months (Columbia Information)

Perhaps it’s relatable, or possibly it’s only a really nice track, It’s The Most Great Time of The 12 months undoubtedly sums up the festive spirit for us.

Once more, this tune, which Andy Williams made well-known within the ’60s is heard nearly in all places come November/December, and it by no means will get previous.

7. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! – Frank Sinatra

Album Cover for Christmas songs by Frank Sinatra
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Columbia Information)

Frank Sinatra needed to make it on the record someplace, and naturally, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! was our choose.

Whereas it’s undoubtedly not portray an image of an Aussie Christmas, it nonetheless offers us the Christmas warm-and-fuzzies anyway.

Sinatra’s crystal-clear voice can also be, all the time a allure to take heed to, and there aren’t many who don’t love the enjoyable of this cheery tune.

8. Joyful Xmas (Conflict Is Over) – John Lennon/Yoko Ono

Song cover for Happy Xmas (War is Over) by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Joyful Xmas (Conflict is Over) (Geffen Information)

Turning issues just a little extra reflective, John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s late ’60s hit Joyful Xmas (Conflict Is Over) is a track that undoubtedly deserves to take a seat on our prime 10 record.

Written by the couple, the track marked greater than two years of their peace activism in opposition to America’s involvement within the Vietnam Conflict.

On the time, the well-known pair rented billboard areas in 12 main cities around the globe, the place they displayed black-and-white posters that learn: “WAR IS OVER! If You Need It – Joyful Christmas from John & Yoko”.

9. Fairytale of New York – The Pogues

Song cover for Fairytale of New York by The Pogues
Fairytale of New York (Pogue Mahone)

This one is just a little quirky, however undoubtedly price a prime 10 spot on the Christmas songs record.

The Pogues’ Fairytale of New York was one of many Anglo-Celtic band’s most well-known and profitable songs. It reportedly earns the band roughly $723,240 a yr in royalties.

The track was written by founding members Shane MacGowan and Jem Finer, and carried out by MacGowan and singer Kirsty MacColl.

10. Merry Christmas

Song cover for Merry Christmas by Jose Feliciano
Merry Christmas (RCA Victor Information)

Final up is none apart from Merry Christmassung by Puerto Rican musician José Feliciano.

Many credit score this track for studying some very important phrases in Spanish, and increasing their horizons simply that little bit.

Feliciano is blind, having been born with congenital glaucoma, however grew up with a aptitude for music. He famously taught himself to play the accordion on the age of seven.

Sarcastically, Feliciano solely penned the track in 1970 after a collaborator steered he launch a brand new Christmas track, and from there, the track took off. The track is now listed within the official Grammy Corridor of Fame.

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