Subscribe to Answers
Adam Sandler's Hanukkah song. Mostly, because I'm Jewish.
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Gary L. Waters, Broker...
White Christmas Bing.
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Come all ye faithful does it for me...Why? The heart cannot stand still & runs to accept the words for its own food...Second place? The little drummer boy who gave all he had which was good enough.Third place.Silent night. Who hasn't had pondering & contemplation with awe for life & its mysteries
Richie Alan Naggar
Oro Valley, AZ
I can't explain why but Brenda Lee singing Rockin' around the Christmas Tree was my favorite from my teen years and remains today. Maybe it is nostalgia.
Oro Valley, AZ
Oro Valley, AZ
Silent Night - the Mannheim Steamroller version. So beautiful and brings back fabulous memories for me.
Mary did you know!
Andy Williams version!
White Christmas - Bing!
Silent Night is my favorite, but don't have a particularly favorite singer. I just love the mood of the song, and have heard it sung beautifully
Favorite happy song: Jingle Bell Rock
Favorite reverent songs: Oh Come All Ye Faithful and Silent Night
White Christmas by Bing --I can understand it
I do love "Mele Kalikimaka" for it's upbeat happy lyrics and music, and also love "All I Want For Christmas Is You" for the sentiment and the words. There are many others, so it's hard to select "1" favorite - whoever curently does the song works for me Ginger Harper. How about you?
I don't think I have one - I like many
Sleigh Ride by anyone who would like to sing it. :)
"All I want for Christmas is a lump of coal." and "I saw Mommy kissing Santa."
I have several but really like I'll Be Home for Christmas. That pretty much says how I feel.
Joan Sutherland (opera singer) Oh Holy Night!
I have already heard enough to last until next year!
Ginger Harper - my cultural background is different - and yes, I do have my favorite song for Diwali...
Oh Holy Night.. but not sure who is my favorite singer.. But get chills when it plays...
I don't have a favorite. I know the lyrics to so many of them and I really enjoy most of them.
Happy Xmas (War is Over) by John Lennon and a little Elvis' Blue Christmas...Bing's White Christmas... I like them all!
I do not have a favorite Christmas song.
just for fun
and for sentimental:
and because I have the album:
Last Christmas by Wham, loved them at the time and it stuck.
I have 2 . . . A Christmas Wrapping - The Waitresses
and Fairytale of New York - The Pogues
There is traditional, and then there is traditional. ;)
Definitely White Christmas by Bing ..love it!
Anything Mannheim Steamroller does.
White Christmas by Bing Crosby. He was such a natural!
O Holy Night is my favorite song and I love it regardless of who sings it.
Will Hamm nailed this one!
I don't have a favorite...there are so many that I love it is impossible to choose just one.
Mary did you know
The Hanukkah song
perhaps a few others.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is my least favorite! It is extremely discriminatory and promotes bullying and judging people because of their nose! That's quite possibly racist too!
Christmas in the Northwest is the song and I couldn't tell you who sings it but just look it up by the title....
Grown up Christmas list
"I need a little Christmas, Right the very moment" Always makes me happy.
The worst Crhistmas song ever. Less fun than a stick in the eye. But like a moth to a flame I must hear. It is "Christmas Shoes" (https://youtu.be/GJcPVB-we7g) There is another world, one where Hallelujah is broken but there lives still a great hope that reality for them can change.. All I have is my drum...my jump....my five loves... it is enough.
It is "Mary, Did You Know" that brings a redemptive message. With tears, Gratitude and Awe. One that those of you so blessed to look upon your children and ask yourself, "Did you image your child would bring such joy, purpose and enlightenment into the lives you did not yet know."
Here is a link to MARY DID YOU KNOW performed by Pentatonix
And in the end we must ask ourselves. 'Now that WE know, what will we do?"
Ginger Harper White Christmas sung by Bing Crosby. The number of sales over the years will tel you why.
I really like several;
Merry Christmas Darling by The Carpenters
White Christmas by Bing Crosby, Chestnuts by Nat King Cole
And, Oh, Come All Ye Faithful because we sang it walking into the candlelight service back when I was in school.