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    I really like almost all religious Christmas music - even though I'm atheist - and really dislike almost all pop Christmas music, lol. I don't enjoy the bland, happy, party songs - "Jingle Bell Rock" and "Let it Snow" are probably my least favourites, and anything along those lines I just can't get into.

    That said, some of my favourites are:

    - Hark, the Herald Angels Sing
    - O Come All Ye Faithful
    - O Holy Night
    - The First Noel
    - Silent Night
    - Silver Bells
    - The Little Drummer Boy
    - Old Toy Trains
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    'Holy Jolly Christmas' by Burl Ives. It's the only acceptable Burl Ives song to talk about in my book. I love it.
    'Happy Xmas' by John Lennon, just because.
    'Silver Bells' by anyone, it's a beautiful song.
    'Merry Christmas Baby' by Bruce Springsteen, again, just because.
    'All I want for Christmas' by Mariah because she is a total ho.

    And pretty much anything that is classic...

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    ^^Yea, 'ho' cracks me up too actually! And what's even funnier, is that we're talking about Christmas songs, and Santa. HOHOHO!
    Well, at least I found it funny...

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    Mariah's - All I want for Christmas was on the radio before, I'm in such a great festive mood now!!
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    Mostly I hate Christmas music because of the overkill in malls and stores but these are a few I listen to at home:

    So This Is Christmas -- Paul Hyde and the Payola$
    A Charlie Brown Christmas
    Handel's Messiah
    Ella Fitzgerald Christmas
    Yule B Swingin'
    Emmylou Harris Christmas
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    Sorry but I HATE The Little Drummer Boy, especially the one droned out by Bing Crosby.

    I like most of the traditional carols, especially In The Deep Mid Winter (both tunes).
    "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose....." by the sublime Nat King Cole.
    Walking In A Winter Wonderland - one of those 1960's chick bands. Ronettes?
    Merry Christmas, War Is Over - John and Yoko
    and as a true Brit I could not finish without Merry Christmas by Slade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A*O View Post
    Sorry but I HATE The Little Drummer Boy, especially the one droned out by Bing Crosby.

    I like most of the traditional carols, especially In The Deep Mid Winter (both tunes).
    "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose....." by the sublime Nat King Cole.
    Walking In A Winter Wonderland - one of those 1960's chick bands. Ronettes?
    Merry Christmas, War Is Over - John and Yoko
    and as a true Brit I could not finish without Merry Christmas by Slade.
    I have that Ronnette's song on A Motown Christmas. It's great. Yes, Nat King Cole -- man, he is smooth. Also Mel Torme does a great version of Chesnuts believe it or not.

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    My fave Christmas musical event is the ancient service of 9 Lessons and Carols from Kings College, Cambridge University (UK, not Mass). It's quite beautiful but I'm a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to religion.
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    Mariah Carey's - All I Want for Christmas without a doubt. My Mum used to play it all the time.

    Actually when I was younger when we were all sat down for the Christmas - eat-till-you-pop Dinner she'd insist on playing all her Christmas CD's. She'd play them so loud that you had to talk louder, it was like eating your dinner in a Grotto! My Dad used to get annoyed and my Mum would simply shrug and say "But it's Christmas!!".

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    Anyone for the Kink's Father Christmas (I think that's it's name)?

    Father Christmas, Give us some money,
    Don't mess around with those stinking toys
    We'll beat you up, just hand it over,
    Give all our toys, to the little rich boys.

    Funny song.
    Keep passing the open windows.

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