Listening to certain Christmas songs bring out the child we still have inside of us. Many of us now have children of our own and we are shocked when we realise they don’t know many of the songs we link to Christmas. If you want that to change, check out this list so you can make your children listen and fall in love with them!
5. Elvis Presley – Blue Christmas
This is a lovely Christmas classic released in 1957 by the King of Rockhimself which reached No11 in the UK seven years after it was officially released.
4. Frank Sinatra – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
No one can deny that Frank Sinatra (who your kids most probably have never even heard of) had one of the most beautiful voices out there and this amazing Christmas song is a clear example of just how good it was.
3. Boney M. – Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord
What would a Christmas family reunion be without a little Boney M. in it? This is a massive Christmas classic which stayed at No1 in the UK for four weeks.
2. Shakin’ Stevens – Merry Christmas Everyone
Too cheesy for some, there is no doubt everyone over the age of 25 remembers this classic. It reached No1 in the UK and it still gets plenty of airplay.
1. Spice Girls – Goodbye
Not necessarily a Christmas song although it sounds like one and was the UK Christmas No1 in 1998. You certainly look back on the Spice Girls with fondness and we bet your children will love this cute, warm tune.