Bored of all the Christmas Carols?

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Christmas Tree by Creative Commons

It’s that time of the year again – the Christmas season is upon us! Many people spread the holiday cheer by decorating homes, trees and sharing love. (Presents don’t hurt!) But one of the reasons why we get so excited and gleeful about December is because of the Christmas carols played everywhere we go!

However, because there are a limited number of albums made specially for this season, there are many carols that are run over and over again. And the last thing we want for Christmas is getting exhausted of the repetition of the songs.  So I thought it would be great to spread the Christmas buzz early December through Christmas carols not as popular (but still as good) to get us even more hyped up about many people’s all time favorite holiday.

1. I’ll be home for Christmas – Bing Crosby (1943)

                   2. That’s Christmas To Me – Pentatonix (2014)

                   3. So this is Christmas – John Lennon (1971)

                    4. White Winter Hymnal – Pentatonix (2014)

                      Originally by Fleet Foxes

And lastly although this song is probably the one Christmas song over-sung, it is still everyone’s favorite Christmas song –

                      5. Let it go – Idina Menzel (2013)

‘Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.’ Noman Vincent Peale

‘The thing about Christmas is that it almost doesn’t matter what mood you’re in or what kind of a year you’ve had – It’s a fresh start.’ Kelly Clarkson

Merry Early Christmas!

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