The Perfect Playlists for the Holidays:

Holiday music is my favorite; it instantly puts me in a good mood.  There is no better feeling than walking into Saks Fifth Avenue while Christmas decorations line the aisles and Elvis Presley’s White Christmas plays over the loud-speaker. This holiday season, while your family and friends gather together, make sure you check out the two holiday playlists below. The first, a more traditional playlist, is a selection of old-time holiday tunes. The second playlist is a modern take on the old favorites! Take a listen to them both and let me know which you like more in the comments!

Traditional Christmas:

  1. It Must Be Santa- Bob Dylan
  2. White Christmas- Elvis Presley
  3. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town- Jackson 5
  4. O Come All Ye Faithful- Art Garfunkel
  5. Silent Night- Willie Nelson
  6. It Came Upon The Midnight Clear- Frank Sinatra
  7. Always In A Manger- Jonny Cash
  8. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas- Judy Garland
  9. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing- Bing Crosby
  10. Silver Bells- Doris Day
  11. Take Me Back To Toyland- Nat King Cole
  12. Christmas and You- Dave King

Untraditional Christmas:

  1. Holiday- Vampire Weekend
  2. Mistletoe- Justin Bieber
  3. All I Want For Christmas Is You- Mariah Carey
  4. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas- She & Him
  5. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)- U2
  6. Baby, It’s Cold Outside- She & Him
  7. Santa Baby- Michael Bublé
  8. Sleigh Ride- The Riffles
  9. Tonight It’s Christmas TIme- Hey Ocean!
  10. Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!- Sufjan Stevens
  11. Jingle Bell Jamboree- Keb Mo
  12. Little Drummer Boy- Flaming Lips

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