Top 20 Holiday Songs!

From Yahoo.com:

Holiday Ditties
By Vera HC Chan
Tue, December 19, 2006, 12:08 am PST

No celebration comes close to Christmas when it comes to music searches, although Adam Sandler’s Hanukkah song always manages to crack the Buzz rotation.

If you want to plan your holiday party playlist, stick to the oldies. Only four songs among our top 20 are from the last 20 years, and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas (Is You)” dominates the newcomers. If you can’t prime your vocal cords for her high notes, check out the rest of the top 20 holiday ditties according to your searches…

1. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1949)
2. 12 Days of Christmas (16th century)
3. Nutcracker (Suite) (1891)
4. All I Want for Christmas is You (1994)
5. Frosty the Snowman (1950)
6. Jingle Bells (1857)
7. Silent Night (1816)
8. Baby It’s Cold Outside (1948)
9. O Holy Night (1847)
10. Deck the Halls (19th century)
11. Winter Wonderland (1934)
12. White Christmas (1940)
13. Santa Baby (1953)
14. Jingle Bell Rock (1957)
15. Feliz Navidad (1970)
16. All I Want for Christmas (Is My Two Front Teeth) (1944)
17. Mary, Did You Know (1984)
18. Last Christmas (1984)
19. Where Are You Christmas (2000)
20. Let it Snow (1945)

Oh and tear! I don’t see a Celine Dion song on here at all! Mariah Carey cleaned house with this bunch. That’s Melissa’s favorite Christmas song. I wish I could hear her sing it one more time before Christmas is over…oh well, maybe next year…

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