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Boney M. – Mary’s Boy Child

“Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord” is a 1978 Christmas single by Boney M., a cover of Harry Belafonte’s 1956 hit, put in a medley with the new song “Oh My Lord” (Farian/Jay).

Elvis Presley – It Won’t Seem Like Christmas Without You

Elvis Sings The Wonderful World of Christmas is an album of Elvis Presley released in October 1971. This is his second album of Christmas carols after Elvis’ Christmas Album (1957).

Elton John- Step Into Christmas

Step into Christmas is a Christmas- themed music piece recorded by Elton John and released as a single in the 45 rpm version in 1973. Authors of the song are the same Elton John and Bernie Taupin.

Nat King Cole – The Christmas Song

” The Christmas Song ” – a classic song Christmas ( ang. Christmas song ) composed in 1944 by music jazz Mel Tormé’a and songwriter Robert “Bob” Wells, also known by the titles ” Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire ” and ” Merry Christmas to You. ” Over the decades, the song served as a cover for numerous music artists – The Nat King Cole Trio was the first to convert it into its own version in early 1946.

Bing Crosby – White Christmas

“White Christmas” is an American song with melody and lyrics by Irving Berlin. It remembers an old-fashioned Christmas setting. The Bing Crosby version is the best-selling version ever.

Ella Fitzgerald – Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

The recordings for Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas was made in July and August 1960. Here Ella Fitzgerald sings some of America’s best-known Christmas songs and Christmas jazz standards. The arrangements were written by Frank De Vol, who accompanied Ella Fitzgerald during the recordings with his orchestra. In 2002, Verve released a CD of this Christmas record, which was expanded by a few more recordings. Apart from mono versions of some of the songs she had recorded with Frank DeVol, but which had appeared on a single at that time, it was the song The Secret of Christmas, which she already had on 3 September 1959 with Russell Garcia and his orchestra.

Dean Martin – Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

“Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” (also known as “Let It Snow!”) is a holiday-oriented song that is played during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays’ season, although it does not mention any holiday within the lyrics. It was originally written by Sammy Cahn. It has been covered by many singers, including though not limited to Ella Fitzgerald, Dean Martin and Anne Murray throughout the decades.

Wham! – Last Christmas

Last Christmas – a song by the duo Wham! released in 1984, from the album Music from the Edge of Heaven. She became one of their biggest hits.

Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You

” All I Want for Christmas Is You ” is a song by American singer Mariah Carey. The track was released via Columbia Records as the main single from her fourth studio album Merry Christmas. Carey participated in writing and producing the song along with Walter Afanasieff. This fast-paced song includes chimes, great background singing, and synthesizers. The lyrics say that the narrator should not care for Christmas gifts or lights; all she wants is to be with her lover.

Michael Buble – Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Santa Claus Is Coming to Town is a Christmas carol. It was written by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie and for the first time aired on Eddie Cantor`s radio show in November 1934. This song became an instant hit, with 100,000 scores ordered the next day. At Christmas, 400,000 had been sold. It has become, in the United States, a Christmas standard and has been recorded by many artists.