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Old 11-27-2005, 12:32 PM   #1
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Your favourite Christmas carols / holiday musics

and they are...??


It's a hard question to answer.

One of my newest ones is "Good King Wenceslas". Marshmallow World, too. But I think my most treasured one is "The Christmas Song", by Nat 'King' Cole - the most memories, most sentimenal


How 'bout you?
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Old 11-27-2005, 12:35 PM   #2
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"I'll Be Home for Christmas" because I've been away for the last 21 yrs.
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"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas," "Carol of the Bells" and "O Holy Night" are my favorite traditional carols. "Welcome To Our World" by Chris Rice is probably my favorite Christmas song of all time. And of course, I love "Baby, Please Come Home."

And then there are the songs from The Muppets Christmas Carol. ^_^ Hah. I'm so lame.
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I love getting hammered while listening to my Tony Bennet Christmas CD.
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Old 11-27-2005, 01:50 PM   #5
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Hmmm, I have to say mine are "Carol of the Bells", "Silver Bells" and "Silent Night".
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"What Child Is This"
I will always remember my grandmothers voice as she sings this song next to me in the canlelight service on Christmas Eve.
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These are my all-time favorites ...

The 12 Days Of Christmas
Silent Night
Winter Wonderland
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
O Come All Ye Faithful
O' Christmas Tree
Deck The Halls
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town




and especially these songs from the first 'A Very Special Christmas' ...

U2's ... 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home')
Sting's ... 'Gabriel's Message'
Whitney Houston's ... 'Do You Hear What I Hear?'
Alison Moyet's ... 'The Coventry Carol'
Bruce and the E Street Band's ... 'Merry Christmas Baby'
Bon Jovi's ... 'I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas'

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My two all time favs are O Holy Night and the Huron Carole.
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Merry Christmas Darling is one that I can't really decide if I like or not. It's a little bit too close to home, in some ways.
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I always like the "Feed the world/let them know it's christmas time" band-aid song.

I like singing Bono's parts......
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"the spirit of Christmas"

Ray Charles
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Old 11-27-2005, 03:35 PM   #12
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Ave Maria does it for me every year. My Dad was a great tenor and used to sing it every Christmas and he was always in tears every time, he loved that song, his father used to sing it every Christmas. So I guess it's been passed down through generations Just like Sometimes makes me cry, so does Ave Maria. It's a beautiful song.

I always liked the Little Drummer Boy too especially when I Was a kid, I don't know why.....I used to listen to it over and over. Maybe cuz I didn't have a brother, I dunno.....

And I love I'll Be Home For Christmas, What are you Doing New Years Eve, and I always wrap presents while listening to the Charlie Brown Xmas soundtrack!
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So Many to list

What Child Is This
Sleep Night
Chrisitmas Song
O Holy Night
Sleigh Ride
Ave Maria- (just like Carek1230)
Good King Wenceslas
I Saw Three Ships
Here we Come A-Wassailing
Deck The Halls
Winter Wonderland
I'll Be Home For Christmas
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Old 11-27-2005, 04:20 PM   #14
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there is this Christmas song by Relient K called "I Celebrate the Day". it's SO good.
as for hte classics,
The Christmas Song
Silent Night
O Holy Night
The First Noel
What Child is This
Ukranian Bell Carol
and
Transiberian Orchestra's Christmas Canon in D:
http://s18.you sendit.com/d.aspx?id=375OXLMSRRMOJ2OPJBSBAQC8VU
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'Have yourself a merry little Christmas' sung by Frank Sinatra or Judy Garland

and 'the Rebel Jesus' by Jackson Browne and the Chieftains (on the Chieftains Bells of Dublin CD) are two of my favorites to listen too

What child is this is probably my favorite church carol to sing/hear
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