Eternal holiday hits

Very popular songs on the eve of New Year and Christmas which make even Santa smile. The favorite verses for decorating the Christmas tree and euphoric atmosphere are coming

Thursday 22nd of December 2022

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Finally, gifts are bought, cakes with lots of chocolate are eaten, ginger biscuits are baked, the whole house is decorated and there is a rush for just one more little thing. Now, planned time with friends beats a busy business schedule. All this and other preparations for New Year's Eve and Christmas are in full swing. With evergreen songs, written just for the current period, everything is even more beautiful.

1. Louis Armstrong, the Commanders - Zat You, Santa Claus?

Amazing vocals. Music for mulled wine in hand while it is snowing outside dates back to 1953. Forever popular, forever listened to on all continents.

2. Michael Bublé - It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

Canadian, who is well versed in winter magic, sang a big hit from the early fifties a decade or so ago. Gentle, yet so festive.

3. Ramones - Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)

Even punkers decorate the Christmas tree and overeat during New Year's days. In 1987, iconic musicians played a little with their genre and typical Christmas vibe. They probably had no idea that they had created an eternal song.

4. Frank Sinatra - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

It is unthinkable to decorate your home for the New Year's Eve without this gentleman. In his unique way, the track seems to invite a festive mood. Dance and enjoy.

5. Wham! - Last Christmas

The legendary George Michael always sang in a way that people believed him. That is probably why this 1984 hit has no expiration date.

6. Ella Fitzgerald - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

It is true, the lines have been sung so many times that they do not make an impression. Nevertheless, in the 1960s, a lady with a gorgeous voice sang this song, created in 1945, left a deep mark and... everything else is history.

7. Gene Autry - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

The oldest song on the list, created way back in 1949. Educational verses about reindeer and Santa Claus are classics that are heard every year. Intended for children, but it is inevitable on the playlists of all generations.

8. Kurtis Blow - Christmas Rappin'

Not at all New Year's Eve beat, but so great for cold days, sparkling decorations and scattered sequins, dancing and kisses.

9. Jingle Bell Rock - Bobby Helms

New Year, Christmas, days filled with hugs, holding hands while the snow is crunching under your feet. This is a song that marks every beginning and end of New Year's euphoria. As the years go by, this hit is listened to more and more.

10. Mariah Carey - All I Want for Christmas Is You (Make My Wish Come True Edition)

Mariah, Mariah! This is a newer version of her hit. Anyway, you are listening to the most listened to song of this time of year that made Mrs. Carey a fortune. Put a smile on your face, just like Mariah and experience a winter adventure.