The best Christmas Songs of all time

Articles Oct 28, 2019 00:58

Christmas songs always add some flavor to the atmosphere of the Christmas ceremony for everyone. From the agarwood melody to the most fun tracks, the songs are always an integral part of the luncheon party, the lighter.

Here is a list of the best Christmas songs of all time that you can find.

' Happy Xmas (War is Over) '

 

If this song by John Lennon and Yoko Ono does not make you drop tears at least once in your life, then you are truly an unpleasant person. The protest song about the Vietnam War became a standard of Christmas. It was based on the 1969 campaign that found John and Yoko to hire advertising in major cities claiming "WAR IS OVER! (If you want) Happy Christmas from John and Yoko. " It was produced by Phil Spector and features children from the Harlem Community Choir in vocal support. It was a song that asked the question "What did we do?" and the lyrics were two tongues in politics and passion. It is a painful truth, but the message of peace is loud and clear and it is a message that we remain hopeful throughout these years.  

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White Christmas

 

The first concert of Bing Crosby's White Christmas was made on Christmas Day in 1941. It was a very difficult Christmas for these Americans because the Japanese had just attacked Pearl Harbor just 18 days earlier.  

The song is a hit that Bing Crosby entered the studio in 1942 to record songs for broadcast and radio airplay. This is ironic, the reason he had to re-record the song was a record originating from Christmas year 1941 which was lost or perhaps recorded again.  

The song became popular in the 1942 major recording, which had been used so much as it eventually was worn out. Crosby returned to the school in 1947 and recorded a version that most of us know today.

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

 

"Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town" is a Christmas song, written by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie and sung for the first time on Eddie Cantor's radio show on Nov. 1934. It became an instant hit with orders 500,000 copies of tracks and more than 30,000 recordings sold within 24 hours.  The version of Bluebird Records by George Hall and His Orchestra (Sonny Schuyler's vocals) is popular in 1934 and achieves various charts of the day. The song was recorded by more than 200 artists, including Bing Crosby and The Andrew Sisters, The Crystal, Mariah Carey, Neil Diamond, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Sinatra, Chris Isaak, Michael Bublé, and The Jackson 5.

Silent Night

 

Silent Nights (wiser Nacht in German descent) is one of the most famous traditional Christmas songs sung around the world.  

The song was originally a poem written by Pastor Joseph Franz Mohr and was composed by his friend Franz Xaver Gruber in Austria in the early 19th century. Pastor Mohr desperately needed a song to celebrate Christmas Eve only a few hours left, and he hopes Gruber-a school teacher as well as the Church's choirmaster and composer-able to put his poems under the music; He had composed the melody in just a few hours on that Christmas night.

Last Christmas

 

Last Christmas was originally released by Wham! In 1984. The song Love, detailing the first Christmas of someone after his farewell, was written by George Michael. It was subsequently released on the Music album from the Edge of Heaven.   Since the release of the song, it has been covered by the 90 female singer Whigfield and was recently Taylor Swift.  

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