The first day of Advent brings us closer and closer to Christmas time. Now is really the time to bake cookies and to decorate the house with Christmas lights. When you still struggle with the Advent time or when you simply want to enjoy the pre-Christmas period, we have the perfect soundtrack for you. We have collected for you the 10 best Christmas songs.
10. Sarah Connor – Christmas In My Heart (2005)
Since her hit “From Sarah with Love” in the early 2000s, Sarah Connor is one of the most successful German singer. With her Christmas song “Christmas In My Heart” she charted on the Top 10 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
9. N’Sync – Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays (1998)
Because of the popularity of Christmas songs in general ‘N Sync released a complete Christmas album. The song “Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday” is the first and only single released from the album “Home for Christmas”.
8. Bing Crosby – White Christmas (1954)
This song is a real classic! No matter how old it is… every year people love to listen to it at Christmas time.
7. Band Aid 20 – Do they know it’s Christmas (2004)
It is not possible to imagine Christmas time without Bob Geldorf’s music project “Band Aid”, which was founded in 1984. With the aim of rasing money for the victims of starvation in Ethiopia, several prominent musicians sing the Christmas classic “Do they know it’s Christmas” together.
6. Michael Bublé – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (2011)
The Canadian Jazz singer Michael Bublé released a wonderful cover of the classic from 1932 in 2011.
5. Melanie Thornton – Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming) (2001)
Once you hear the first sounds of this song, you immediately think of the wonderful Christmas trucks of the Coca Cola commercials.
4. Chris Rea – Driving Home For Christmas (1986)
Chris Rea’s Christmas song “Driving Home For Christmas” shouldn’t be missed on our Christmas soundtrack. Since the release of the single in 1986, the songs charts every year in the Christmas time anew.
3. Band Aid – Do they know it’s Christmas(1984)
The first version of 1984 is sung by musicians like Phil Collins, Sting and Paul McCartney.
2. Mariah Carey – All I Want for Christmas Is You (1994)
Who doesn’t like to listen to this song at Christmas time definitely is a Christmas hater.
1. Wham! – Last Christmas (1985)
It’s not possible to chose another song than George Michael’s biggest hit for the no. 1! Of course it’s something like a love-hate relationship, because we involuntarily listen to this song every year… BUT, Christmas time WITHOUT this song would be weird now.