What’s your favourite Christmas song?
We’re dreaming of our favourite Christmas song over here at Janes HQ! We love any excuse to put the tunes on and get rockin’ around the Christmas tree. All we want for Christmas is a decent dancefloor and a chance to dance the night away!
We couldn’t agree on our top Christmas song – there are so many to choose from. So we thought we’d start a quick poll to find out what your favourite Christmas song is for simply having a wonderful Christmas time! Crack out the mistletoe and wine and let us know your thoughts in our poll.
So (if you can forgive all our terrible puns!) we want to know: what’s your favourite song to step into Christmas to?
Vote for your favourite Christmas song!
To jog your memory since last Christmas, we’ve given a run-down of our top picks below. Make your pick in our poll and have a listen to the tunes!
Mariah Carey – All I Want for Christmas is youuuu
Got you singing it didn’t we? It really isn’t Christmas until you’ve heard Queen Mariah’s dulcet tones belting out those notes. Have a listen.
Elton John – Step Into Christmas
Guaranteed to get even your grandparents up for a boogie. Have a listen.
White Christmas – Bing Crosby
A beautiful, magical Christmas classic. Sorry Buble, we know you tried but you just can’t beat Bing. Have a listen.
The Pogues – A fairytale of New York
Pure lyrical poetry – this is the one we always end up singing after a few too many at the Christmas party. Mainly because even the croakiest voice can get away with it! Have a listen.
Wham – Last Christmas
Don’t even try and pretend you don’t know all the words! Have a listen.
The Waitresses – Christmas Wrapping
We love the bah humbug-ness of this one, such an amusing treat amongst the many, many twee Christmas songs. Have a listen.
Slade – Merry Christmas Everybody
It’s Christmaaaaaaaas! Need we say more? Nope! Have a listen.
E17 – Stay Another Day
Get your lighters (or smartphone torches) ready for this former No1 hit. Have a listen.
There were far too many for us to choose from! If we missed your fave Christmas song, let us know @tweetjanes.