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Thread: What is your favorite Christmas song?

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    What Child Is This?, Mary Did You Know?, O Holy Night, It Came Upon The Midnight Clear.

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    I love to sing Oh Holy Night, I'm Dreaming of A White Christmas, The Messiah, Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire.
    It's that beautiful time of year for music to lift the spirits and share with others. We are alone and it's our saving grace. How about Mannheim Steamroller? Joyful Holidays!

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    Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabelle and O holy Night

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    First and foremost - o Holy Night. I love most Christmas songs. I'll Be Home for Christmas is also played a lot when one of my children can't be here- which is every year it seems. The Gatlin Brothers sing Sweet Baby Jesus and it brings tears to my eyes.
    A time to tear, And a time to sew;
    A time to keep silence, And a time to speak;

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    "Mary Did You Know"

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    http://youtu.be/wJH9ToUdMBQ, http://youtu.be/1wqoFg6Vabo, There are others, but these two are good examples. Australian Christmas is in the middle of Summer. It generally has a temperature around 30 degrees Celsius but can get into the 40s.

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    Silent Night always brings a tear to my eye. I love all the Mannheim Steam Roller adaptations of the Christmas songs.

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    Silent night, Away in the manger, and oh there are so many..
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    The Little Drummer Boy and White Christmas

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    O Holy Night is my absolute favorite & the right people have to sing it. Some have done a "not such Holy" performance but if people like Celine Dion & some others who have powerful voices perform it, it brings tears to my eyes.
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    Well, this is going to sound bad but when my kids were young, we loved 'Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer!' We played it LOUD while we put up the tree!! I still love it - sentimental memories ;-) I also love the Grinch theme....I know....I'm twisted! As for a "traditional" Christmas song, 'Do You Hear What I Hear?' wins out!
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    One of my favorites is "Mary did you know"

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    I have 3 favorites. "Do you hear what I hear?", "The Little Drummer Boy," and the John and Yoko song... " So this is Christmas." (I think that is the title...it could be "War is Over")

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    My favorite has always been "Oh Holy Night". When I was in grade school, I was in the choir and we did that song in 3-part harmony. It was beautiful. In the past few years, a new one came out, "Mary, did you Know?". It is beautiful, too.

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    Midnight mass wouldn't be the same without four of my favorite songs -- Angels We Have Heard On High, Away in a Mnager, Silent Night at the close of Communion and leaving to Joy to the World!

    Modern day ... Mary Did You Know? Where's the Line to See Jesus?

    Secular - White Christmas, No Place Like Home for the Holidays, Silver Bells.

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    When someone with a GREAT voice sings "O Holy Night" I think even the angels must stop to listen. I have bought a few CDs with that on them just because that one song makes me feel like I am in a cathedral.

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    My new favorite is "Mary, Did You Know" but also O Holy Night but I love them all. I've been listening to nothing but Christmas music on the radio since before Thanksgiving!!
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    Little Drummer Boy is my favorite, but I currently LOVE this one, which isn't technically a Christmas song...but is. 10,000 Reasons http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXDGE_lRI0E

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    O Holy Night is my favorite. It still makes me cry everytime I hear it sung.

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    O Holy Night, followed by Angels We Have Heard on High and Carol of the Bells. For fun I like Grandma Got Run Over.., the Grinch and I Want A Hippotamus For Christmas.

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    I have many favorites but two stand out. "Carol of the Bells" and "Mary Did You Know?"

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    Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Silent Night and pretty much all of them...
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    Still, Still, Still.

    Beautiful!
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    What Child is This?, Silent Night, Little Drummer Boy and there is one in Latin that I have no idea of the name but love it- very churchy.

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    White Christmas and Grandma got ran over by a reindeer, I saw santa kissing Santa claus, and the old one Santa Baby.
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