The 10 most beautiful Christmas songs of all time

There are two types of people, those who love Christmas music and… those who don’t! If you fall into the first category, let yourself be lulled by these 10 most beautiful Christmas songs of all time.

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Of course, Mariah Carey and Michael Bublé are essentials, especially when it comes time to make a list of music for Christmas, but other artists – just as talented – do not fail to find their way around.

The 10 most beautiful Christmas songs:

Long live the wind by Ginette Reno

It was in 1847 that the play was performed for the very first time Jingle Bells. We had to wait until 1967 before Ginette Reno offered us her French version of Long live the wind.

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year by Andy Williams

There are traditions that we take pleasure in rediscovering, year after year. That of getting together, with family or friends, during the holiday season is one of them. This is precisely what the famous Christmas song by Andy Williams, dating from 1963, says.

Let it snow by Dean Martin

Let’s give back to Caesar what belongs to Caesar! Before being covered by artist Dean Martin in 1966, the song let it snow was first performed by Vaughn Monroe nearly 20 years prior. Although this song is associated with Christmas, it does not refer to it at all!

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas by Michael Bublé

A holiday favorite, this song was first written by Meredith Willson in 1951. Many artists have performed their version of It’s Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmasbut the one that made an impression is that of Canadian Michael Bubé.

December 23 by Beautiful damage

The song December 23 is one of the key pieces that can be found on the first album by Beaudamage, released in 1974. The text was revisited, in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, at the request of the Premier of Quebec.

Blue Christmas by Elvis Presley

Instinctively, when we hear the song Blue Christmas turn on the radio, we remember the good years of Elvis Presley. Before being interpreted by the King, this success was first associated with the group Doye O’Dell.

All I Want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey’s

Christmas wouldn’t be the same without All I Want For Christmas Is You, not true? Released in 1994 by singer Mariah Carey’s, this catchy song quickly became one of the greatest Christmas classics of all time.

Marie-Noël by Robert Charlebois

It took Robert Charlebois and Claude Gauthier to meet on a winter’s day for this Christmas classic, so appreciated by Quebecers, to be born.

Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano

Puerto Rican artist Jose Feliciano gave us, at the turn of the 70s, one of the most beautiful bilingual Christmas songs of all time. With its chorus in Spanish and its verses in English, Feliz Navidad draws us into the magic of Christmas every year!

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus by Jackson 5

Some would say the best version of the song I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus is the one interpreted by The Ronettes, while others will say that it is that of the Jackson 5. Anyway, it is to Jimmy Boyd that we owe the very first version.

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The 10 most beautiful Christmas songs of all time

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