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10 Heartwarming Christmas Songs You Will Never Get Tired of Listening To





As early as November, some countries gradually begin to introduce Christmas songs in their playlists. And as soon as we hear them, we know for sure that people would start decorating their houses with colourful lights and Santa figurines. The music is like a cue—a signal to tell everybody that Christmas is just around the corner.

Eventually, Christmas-themed songs dominate the airwaves. Various artists record and release their own rendition of famous Christmas songs. But, no matter how many times they play on the radio, they still sound pleasant to our ears. Perhaps, it is because they are written wonderfully and they are able to communicate exactly what we’re feeling. These kinds of music have beautiful melodies, and they contain lyrics that tug at our heartstrings.

We’ve gathered for you 10 of the most heartwarming Christmas songs ever written. And we know, no matter how many versions come up, you’ll never get tired listening to them.

#1. A Perfect Christmas – Jose Mari Chan

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This Christmas song will make you pleasantly nostalgic about your past and hopeful about your future. You can hear this song a thousand times over the holiday season and not get sick of it.

#2. Give Love on Christmas Day – The Jackson 5

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Michael Jackson and his brothers first sang this song in 1970. From then until now, it never fails to remind us of the most important present we can give to the people we love this Christmas.

#3. Christmas in Our Hearts – Jose Mari Chan

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Christmas is the time when we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. It’s not about lavish gifts and parties because Christmas is about the love, salvation, and peace that God gives to those who believe in Him. That’ s the spirit of Christmas, and this song reminds us of that.

#4. I’ll Be Home for Christmas – Michael Buble

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This song is perfect for those who long to come home to their loved ones this yuletide season. After all, Christmas is a time for family reunions.

#5. Happy Christmas – Celine Dion

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Happy Christmas (War is Over) is a song first performed by John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono. It was released in 1971. Apparently, it is an anti-war song.

#6. It’s Christmas All Over the World – Sheena Easton

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From the bridge to the chorus, this light and mellifluous music will make you want to belt out with Sheena Easton. And it sure does give off a very positive vibe.

#7. O Come, Emmanuel – Folk angel

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O Come, Emmanuel was originally written in Latin. The lyricist and the composer, however, is unknown. It was translated to English in 1851 by John Mason Neale.

#8. Last Christmas – Taylor Swift

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This 80’s Christmas-themed song was first performed by Wham! If you’re feeling a bit nostalgic, you’d probably hit the repeat button on this one, especially if you’re currently nursing a broken heart.

#9. All I want for Christmas is You – Mariah Carey

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This Mariah Carey song is probably everyone’s favourite. It’s upbeat and the message is quite delightful. Just imagine someone you like is dedicating this song to you.

#10. The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole

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Nat King Cole first recorded The Christmas Song in 1946, and then again later that year using a string section. He didn’t stop there, though. Cole recorded two more versions in 1953 and in 1961 respectively. Many other artists have done their own rendition of this song. According to BMI records, this is “the most performed” Christmas song.

Do you agree with our list? Tell us if we failed to include songs which you think should be in the list, or if you like to change some of them. Write your suggestions in the comments section.

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