Ben’s Top 5 Holiday Songs

Ben Grossman, Contributing Writer

5. “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” – Love To Sing

“We Wish You A Merry Christmas” is a classic Christmas song. It gets to the point quickly and consistently. While saying the title multiple times does get repetitive, the song is a historic song that will always get you in the mood to grab some candy canes.

4. “Wonderful Christmas Time”- The Beatles
This Beatles melody explains the joy that is felt during the month of December due to the excitement building up for Christmas. This is an upbeat song with an amazing beat and it was created by the most famous band in history. Due to the rich history of the creators and the upbeat tune, this song earns the number four ranking.

3. “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”- Andy Williams
“It’s the Most Wonderful Time Of the Year” is a classic which explains the numerous activities you can do while embracing the Christmas spirit. This song also keeps an upbeat tune which will keep your blood pumping as this carol rings through your ears. This song earns the third place prize.

2. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” – Mariah Carey
“All I Want For Christmas Is You” puts a romantic spin on a holiday song. Mariah Carey dishes out explanations as to how she doesn’t need any traditional Christmas events as long as she can have you. With many Christmas references in this romantic tune, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” earns the silver medal on my list.

“Jingle Bell Rock”- Bobby Helms

“Jingle Bell Rock” puts a country spin on one of the most known holiday songs. “Jingle Bell Rock” makes the listener want to get up and start dancing in excitement as they prepare for Santa to drop through the chimney. “Jingle Bell Rock” is undoubtedly the best Christmas song that has ever been created, thus winning the gold medal.