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the longest Christmas song list gets 10 pts?

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    A Baby Just Like You

    All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

    Blue Christmas

    Christmas Dinner

    Christmas For Cowboys

    Christmas In Killarney

    Deck the Halls

    First Christmas

    Frosty the Snow Man

    Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

    Here Comes Santa Claus

    Holly Jolly Christmas

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

    It's the most wonderful time of the year

    I'll Be Home For Christmas

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Jingle Bells

    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

    Let It Snow!

    Mary, Did You Know?

    Merry Christmas Darling

    Must Be Santa

    Nuttin' For Christmas

    O Christmas Tree

    Pine Cones And Holly Berries

    Rocking around the Christmas Tree

    Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

    Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

    Silver Bells

    Sleep Well, Little Children

    Sleigh Ride

    Tennessee Christmas

    The Christmas Song

    The Little Drummer Boy

    The Night Before Christmas

    The Twelve Days of Christmas

    Up On the Housetop

    We Wish You A Merry Christmas

    White Christmas

    Winter Wonderland

    "A Babe is Born in Bethlehem" ("Puer natus in Bethlehem")

    14th Century Latin hymn

    "Adam Lay Ybounden"

    15th Century text, set by numerous composers

    "Adeste Fideles" ("O Come All Ye Faithful")

    attributed to John Francis Wade around 1743

    "All Hail to Thee"

    "The Angel Gabriel From Heaven Came"

    see "Gabriel's Message"

    "Angels, From the Realms of Glory"

    Words by James Montgomery, 1816

    Commonly used tune, the traditional French "Les anges dans nos campagnes"

    Commonly used tune in the US by Henry Thomas Smart 1813-79

    "Angels We Have Heard on High" ("Les anges dans nos campagnes")

    French traditional

    based on traditional carol "Les Anges dans nos Campagnes"

    music is traditional hymn "Gloria"

    English translation by James Chadwick in 1862

    reworded, retitled, and sung by Michael W. Smith as "Gloria"

    "As Lately We Watched"

    "As With Gladness Men of Old"

    "Away in a Manger"

    first published in 1885

    first two stanzas attributed to unknown author

    third stanza written by Dr. John McFarland in 1904

    "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem"

    Bluegrass Traditional

    "The Boar's Head Carol"

    English traditional

    "Break Forth, O Beauteous, Heav'nly Light"

    "Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella" ("Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle!")

    Provençal traditional

    "Carol of the Bells"

    music and Ukrainian lyrics written by Mykola Leontovych in 1916 (originally titled "Shchedryk")

    English lyrics written by Peter Wilhousky in 1936

    Sometimes called the "Bulgarian Carol" even though its origin is Ukrainian, not Bulgarian

    "Burgundian Carol"

    "Caroling Caroling"

    music written by Alfred Burt in 1954

    lyrics written by Wihla Hutson in 1954

    "The Cherry Tree Carol"

    English traditional

    "Children, Go Where I Send Thee"

    "Christ Is Born in Bethlehem"

    "Christ Is Born, the Divine Christ Child" or, "Born on Earth the divine Christ Child" ("Il est né, le divin Enfant!")

    French traditional

    "Christmas Flowers (song)

    Written by Michael Tierney in 2007

    "Christians, Awake, Salute the Happy Morn"

    "Christmas Auld Lang Syne"

    "Christmas is Coming"

    "Christmas Time at Home"

    Written by Rhonda Vincent in 2006

    "Christmas Time's A Coming"

    Bluegrass Traditional

    "Cold December's Winds Were Stilled" (El desembre congelat")

    Catalan traditional

    "Come Buy My Nice Fresh Ivy"

    music written by Turlough O'Carolan (originally titled "O'Carolan's Lament")

    lyrics written by John Keegan in 1849

    "Come, All Ye Shepherds" ("Kommet, ihr Hirten")

    Bohemian traditional

    "Coventry Carol"

    "Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly" ("Oer yw'r gŵr sy'n methu caru")

    Welsh traditional

    "Ding Dong Merrily on High"

    music written by Jehan Tabourot

    words written by George Ratcliffe Woodward

    "Down in Yon Forest"

    English traditional

    "Do You Hear What I Hear?"

    written by Noel Regney and Gloria Shayne in 1962

    first recorded by The Harry Simeone Chorale in 1962

    "Flemish Carol"

    "The First Nowell" (or "The First Noël")

    English traditional

    "The Friendly Beasts"

    "From Highest Heaven I Come to Tell" ("Von Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her")

    "Fum, Fum, Fum!" ("Veinticinco de diciembre")

    Spanish traditional

    "Gabriel's Message"

    from the Basque traditional carol "Birjina gaztettobat zegoen"

    Translated into English by Sabine Baring-Gould

    "A Gallery Carol"

    "Gaudete"

    "Gesu Bambino" ("The Infant Jesus")

    "Glory to God" ("Ere Zij God")

    Dutch traditional

    "Gloucester Wassail"

    "The Wexford Carol (Good People All, This Christmastide)"

    Irish traditional

    "Go Tell It on the Mountain"

    American traditional

    "God is Being Born" ("Bóg się rodzi")

    Polish, lyrics written by Franciszek Karpinski

    "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"

    English traditional

    "Good King Wenceslas"

    "Hail, Blessed Virgin Mary!"

    Italian traditional

    "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"

    music written by Felix Mendelssohn originally as part of Festgesang

    words written by Charles Wesley

    "Here We Come A-Wassailing"

    English traditional

    "The Holly and the Ivy"

    English traditional

    "How Brightly Beams" ("Wie Schön Leuchtet")

    "How Far Is It to Bethlehem"

    "Huron Carol" ("'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime")

    "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day"

    lyrics by Longfellow

    "I Pray On Christmas"

    written by Harry Connick, Jr.

    "I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In"

    English traditional

    "In Dulci Jubilo" ("Good Christian Men, Rejoice" or "Good Christian Friends, Rejoice")

    "In the Bleak Midwinter"

    "Infant Holy, Infant Lowly" ("W żłobie leży")

    Polish traditional

    "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear"

    Music by Richard Storrs Willis,

    Music usually sung in Britain by Sir Arthur Sullivan

    Words by Edmund Hamilton Sears

    "I Wonder as I Wander"

    Appalachian traditional

    Also sung to a tune by Carl Rutti

    "Joy to the World"

    "Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine" ("Joseph Lieber, Joseph Mein")

    "Little Donkey"

    "Little Drummer Boy"

    written by Katherine K. Davis

    "Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming" ("Es Ist Ein' Ros'")

    "Love Came Down at Christmas"

    "Lullay, Baby Jesus"("Lulajże Jezuniu")

    Polish traditional

    "Lullay, My Liking"

    "Lullay, Thou Tiny Little Child"

    Appalachian traditional

    "March of the Kings"

    "Mary Had a Baby"

    American traditional

    "Mary's Little Boy Child"

    "Masters in This Hall"

    "A la Nanita Nana"

    Spanish traditional

    "Noel Nouvelet" ("Sing We Now of Christmas")

    French traditional

    "O come, O come, Emmanuel" ("Veni, Veni, Emmanuel"; actually an Advent hymn)

    "O Come, Little Children"

    "O Holy Night"

    "O Jesulein Süss, O Jesulein Mild!" ("O Little One Sweet, O Little One Mild!")

    traditional

    "O Little Town of Bethlehem"

    Words: Bishop Phillips Brooks

    Music: in the USA by Lewis H. Redner

    Music: in the UK a traditional tune known as "The Ploughboy's Dream"

    Music: a setting by Sir Henry Walford Davies occasionally sung at the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

    retitled and sung by Amy Grant as "Little Town"

    "O Tannenbaum" ("O Christmas Tree")

    German traditional

    "Of the Father's Love Begotten" or ("Of the Father's Heart Begotten")

    "O Leave Your Sheep" ("Quittez, pasteurs")

    French traditional

    "Once In Royal David's City"

    "O Sanctissima or "O du fro"hliche!"

    "O Sleep, Thou Heaven-Born Treasure, Thou" ("Schlaf wohl, du Himmelsknabe du")

    "On Christmas Night all Christians Sing"

    "Out of the East"

    "Past Three O'Clock"

    traditional

    "Pat-A-Pan!" ("Guillô, pran ton tamborin!")

    Provençal traditional

    "The Peace Carol"

    "Personent Hodie" ("On This Day Earth Shall Ring")

    "Puer Nobis Nascitur" ("Unto Us Is Born a Son" or "Unto Us a Boy Is Born")

    traditional, from Piae Cantiones

    "Quem Pastores" ("Shepherds Left Their Flocks A-Straying")

    "Rejoice and Be Merry"

    English traditional

    "Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow"

    American traditional

    "Rocking" ("Jesu, Jesu, Baby Dear" or 'Little Jesus, sweetly sleep')

    Czech traditional, English translation of ("Hajej, nynej, Ježíšku")

    "Sans Day Carol"

    Cornish traditional

    "Saw Ye Never, in the Twilight"

    "See, Amid the Winter's Snow"

    "The Seven Joys of Mary"

    English traditional

    "Today in Betlehem" ("Dzisiaj w Betlejem")

    Polish traditional

    English traditional

    "Shepherd, Shake Off Your Drowsy Sleep"

    French traditional

    "Silent Night" ("Stille Nacht! heilige Nacht!")

    written by Franz Xaver Gruber and Josef Mohr

    "Sing Lullaby!" also known as The Infant King ("Oi Betleem!")

    Basque traditional

    Sir Christèmas"

    "The Snow Lay on the Ground"

    "The Son of the Virgin" ("El Noi da la Mare")

    Catalan traditional

    "Songs of Praise the Angels Sang"

    "Still, Still, Still"

    "The Sussex Carol" ("On Christmas Night All Christians Sing")

    English traditional

    "Sweet Little Jesus Boy"

    "There's a Song in the Air"

    "There Is No Rose of Such Virtue" ("Ther Is No Rose of Swych Vertu")

    English traditional, also heard in settings by Benjamin Britten (A Ceremony of Carols) and John Joubert

    "Three Kings from Persian Lands Afar" ("die Könige")

    "Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day"

    English traditional

    "Torches"

    composed by John Joubert in 1951

    "The Twelve Days of Christmas"

    English traditional

    "Tu scendi dalle stelle" ("From Starry Skies Thou Comest")

    Italian traditional

    "The Wassail Song"

    "Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne"

    "The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy"

    Trinidadian traditional

    "A Virgin Unspotted" ("A Virgin Most Pure")

    English traditional

    "The Virgin's Slumber Song"

    "Wachet auf!" (Wake, O Wake!")

    "Wassail! Wassail All Over the Town!" ("The Gloucestershire Wassail")

    English traditional

    "We Wish You A Merry Christmas"

    English traditional

    "We Three Kings Of Orient Are" ("Three Kings of Orient") (actually an Epiphany carol)

    written by Reverend John Henry Hopkins in 1863

    "What Child Is This?"

    music is traditional song "Greensleeves"

    words written by William Chatterton Dix

    "Whence Is That Lovely Fragrance Wafting" or Whence is that goodly fragrance flowing("Quelle est cette odeur agréable?")

    French traditional

    "While by My Sheep I Watched at Night"

    "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks"

    "A Holly Jolly Christmas"

    written by Johnny Marks

    first recorded by Burl Ives in 1964

    also recorded by Alan Jackson

    "A Marshmallow World"

    words by Carl Sigman

    music by Peter De Rose

    recorded by Bing Crosby

    also recorded by Darlene Love in 1963

    "All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth"

    written by Donald Yetter Gardner

    first recorded by Spike Jones in 1948

    "All I Want for Christmas Is You"

    written by Walter Afanasieff and Mariah Carey

    first recorded by Mariah Carey in 1994

    "Babes in Toyland"

    written by Victor Herbert and Glen MacDonough

    "Blue Christmas"

    written by Bill Hayes and Jay Johnson

    first recorded by Ernest Tubb in 1948

    also recorded by Elvis Presley, Porky Pig

    "Buon Natale"

    words and Music by Bob Saffer and Frank Linale

    recorded by Nat King Cole

    "C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S"

    words by Jenny Lou Carson

    music by Eddy Arnold

    "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)"

    written by Ross Bagdasarian

    first recorded by The Chipmunks in 1958

    "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)"

    written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector

    first recorded by Darlene Love in 1963

    also recorded by many artists including Mariah Carey, U2, Rosie O'Donnell featuring Cher

    "Christmas All Over Again"

    written by Tom Petty

    first recorded by Tom Petty in 1992

    "Christmas Day"

    music by Burt Bacharach, lyrics by Hal David

    from the Broadway musical Promises, Promises (1968)

    "Christmas for Cowboys"

    words and music by Steve Weisburg

    recorded by John Denver

    "Christmas in Killarney"

    words and music by John Redmond, James Cavanaugh, and Frank Weldon

    recorded by Bing Crosby, Anne Murray

    "Christmas is"

    words by Spence Maxwell

    music by Percy Faith

    "Christmas Island"

    words and music by Lyle Moraine

    recorded by The Andrews Sisters

    "Christmas Shoes"

    written by Leonard Ahlstrom and Eddie Carswell

    first recorded by NewSong in 2000

    "The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas to You)"

    written by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells

    first recorded by The Nat King Cole Trio in 1946

    also recorded by The Carpenters, Celine Dion, Al Jarreau, The Swingle Singers, Luther Vandross, Toni Braxton

    "Christmas Time: Don't Let The Bells End"

    first recorded by The Darkness

    "Christmas Time Is Here"

    written by Vince Guaraldi and Lee Mendelson

    first recorded by Vince Guaraldi in 1965

    also recorded by Chicago, Mercy Me, Diana Krall, Toni Braxton

    "Christmas Time Is Here Again"

    written by George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr

    first recorded by The Beatles

    also recorded separately by Ringo Starr in 1999

    "Christmas Vacation"

    written by Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann

    "The Christmas Waltz"

    music by Jule Styne, lyrics by Sammy Cahn, c.1954

    recorded by Frank Sinatra, Nancy Wilson, Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Harry Connick Jr., The Carpenters, and many others

    "Do They Know It's Christmas?"

    written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure

    first recorded by Band Aid

    "Fairytale of New York"

    written by Jem Finer and Shane MacGowan

    first recorded by The Pogues with Kirsty MacColl

    "Feliz Navidad"

    written by José Feliciano

    first recorded by José Feliciano in 1970

    also recorded by Celine Dion and The Three Tenors

    "Frosty the Snowman"

    written by Steve Edward Nelson and Jack Rollins

    first recorded by Gene Autry in 1950

    also recorded by the Jackson 5, Willie Nelson

    "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"

    written by Randy Brooks

    first recorded by Elmo & Patsy in 1983

    "Hanover Winter Song"

    words and music by Richard Hovey and Frierick Field Bullard

    "The Happy Elf

    written by Harry Connick, Jr.

    "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

    written by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin

    first recorded by Judy Garland for the film "Meet Me in St. Louis" in 1944

    also recorded by Frank Sinatra, The Carpenters, James Taylor, The Pretenders, Amy Grant, Chicago, Kenny Loggins, Toni Braxton, John Denver and the Muppets, Kiri Te Kanawa

    "Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)"

    written by Gene Autry and Oakley Haldeman

    first recorded by Gene Autry in 1947

    also recorded by Elvis Presley, Linda Eder, Bing Crosby with The Andrews Sisters

    "(It Must've Been Ol') Santa Claus"

    written by Harry Connick, Jr

    "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"

    written by Thomas Connor

    first recorded by Jimmy Boyd in 1952

    "I'll Be Home for Christmas"

    written by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent and Buck Ram

    first recorded by Bing Crosby in 1943

    also recorded by Frank Sinatra, Amy Grant, The Carpenters, Placido Domingo, The Three Tenors

    "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"

    written by Robert Meredith Willson

    first recorded by Perry Como on September 18, 1951

    also recorded by Bing Crosby, Johnny Mathis

    "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year"

    written by Edward Pola and George Wyle

    first recorded by Andy Williams in 1963

    also recorded by Amy Grant, Johnny Mathis, Toni Braxton

    "Jing-A-Ling, Jing-A-Ling"

    words by Don Ray

    music by Paul J. Smith

    In the film Beaver Valley

    "Jingle Bell Rock"

    written by Joe Beale and Jim Boothe

    first recorded by Bobby Helms in 1957

    also recorded by Hall & Oates

    "Jingle Bells"

    written by James Pierpont

    "Jolly Old St. Nicholas"

    traditional

    "Last Christmas"

    written by George Michael

    first recorded by Wham!

    also recorded by Hilary Duff, Jimmy Eat World, Darren Hayes of Savage Garden, Billie Piper, BoA

    "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"

    written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne

    first recorded by Vaughn Monroe on October 31, 1945

    also recorded by Andy Williams, Chicago, Gloria Estefan, Dean Martin, Johnny Mathis, The Three Tenors

    "Let There Be Peace on Earth"

    written by Jill Jackson and Seymour Miller

    "The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot"

    words and music by Tommie Connor, Jimmy Leach, and Michael Carr

    "Little Saint Nick"

    written by Brian Wilson

    first recorded by The Beach Boys in 1964

    "Mele Kalikimaka (the Hawaiian Christmas Song)"

    words and music by R. Alex Anderson

    recorded by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters

    "Merry Christmas, Baby"

    "The Merry Christmas Polka"

    words by Paul Francis Webster

    music by Sonny Burke

    recorded by Lou Baxter, The Andrews Sisters and Johnny Moore

    "Merry Xmas Everybody"

    written by Noddy Holder and Jim Lea

    first recorded by Slade

    "Nuttin' for Christmas'"

    words and music by Sid Pepper and Roy C. Bennett

    first performed by Barry Gordon on The Miton Berle Show

    also recorded by Stan Freburg, Eartha Kitt, and Homer and Jethro among others

    "Please Come Home for Christmas"

    written by Charles Brown and Gene C. Redd

    first recorded by Charles Brown in 1960

    also recorded by The Eagles, Aaron Neville, Southside Johnny Lyon

    "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree"

    written by Johnny Marks

    first recorded by Brenda Lee in 1958

    "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"

    written by Johnny Marks

    first recorded by Gene Autry in 1949

    also recorded by Harry Connick, Jr., Burl Ives, Ray Conniff, Dean Martin, John Denver, The Swingle Singers, Hampton String Quartet, Alvin and the Chipmunks

    "Run Rudolph Run"

    written by Marvin Brodie and Johnny Marks

    first recorded by Chuck Berry in 1958

    "Santa Baby"

    written by Joan Javits, Philip Springer and Tony Springer

    first recorded by Eartha Kitt in 1953

    also recorded by Madonna, The Swingle Singers

    "Santa Claus Is Back in Town"

    written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller

    first recorded by Elvis Presley in 1957

    "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"

    written by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie

    recorded by Perry Como, Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Sinatra, The Pointer Sisters, The Beach Boys, The Jackson Five

    "Santa Claus, Indiana, U.S.A

    words and Music by Abe Olman and Al Jacobs

    "Santa Doesn't Cop Out on Dope"

    written by Martin Mull

    first recorded by Martin Mull

    also recorded by Sonic Youth

    "Silver and Gold"

    "Silver Bells"

    written by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston for the film The Lemon Drop Kid]

    first recorded by Bing Crosby in 1951

    also recorded by Kate Smith, Atlantic Starr

    "Six White Boomers"

    written by Rolf Harris and John D. Brown in 1960

    recorded by Rolf Harris in 1960, Russell Coight on The Spirit of Christmas 2004

    "Sleep Well, Little Children (A Christmas Lullaby)"

    words by Alan Burgman

    Music by Leon Latzkin

    Recorded by Spike Jones

    later covered by The Carpenters

    "Sleigh Ride"

    music written by Leroy Anderson in 1948

    lyrics written by Mitchell Parish in 1950

    instrumental version first recorded by Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra in 1949

    instrumental version also recorded by The Ventures in 1965

    vocal version first recorded by Merv Griffin with Freddy Martin and his Orchestra in 1951

    also recorded by Deborah Gibson, Amy Grant, Leroy Anderson, The Carpenters, Air Supply, Johnny Mathis, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, TLC, The Three Tenors

    "Suzy Snowflake"

    words and music by Sid Topper and Roy C. Bennett

    recorded by Rosemary Clooney

    "Take Me Back To Toyland"

    words by Kal Mann

    Music by Bernie Lowe

    "That's What I Want for Christmas"

    words by Irving Caesar

    music by Gerald Marks

    "(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays"

    written by Robert Allen and Al Stillman

    first recorded by Perry Como on November 16, 1954

    also recorded by The Carpenters

    "Toyland"

    words by Glen MacDonough

    music by Victor Herbert

    from the operetta Babes in Toyland

    "Una all cam yerri wan fine fine word"

    traditional Sierra Leone carol

    "Up On the House Top"

    attributed to Benjamin Hanby

    "We Need a Little Christmas"

    written by Jerry Herman for the Broadway musical Mame 1966

    also recorded by Percy Faith, Johnny Mathis, Andy Williams, The New Christy Minstrels

    "When Santa Claus Gets your Letter"

    words and Music by Johnny Marks

    "White Christmas"

    written by Irving Berlin

    first recorded by Bing Crosby for the film "Holiday Inn" in 1942

    also recorded by Chicago, Darlene Love (1963), The Drifters, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, The Carpenters, John Denver, Bryn Terfel, Kiri Te Kanawa, The Three Tenors

    "Whispering Hope"

    written by Alice Hawthorne

    "Will Santy Come to Shanty Town?"

    words and music by Eddy Arnold, Steve Nelson, and Ed Nelson, Jr.

    "Winter"

    words by Alfred Bryan

    music by Albert Gumble

    "Winter Wonderland"

    written by Felix Bernard and Dick Smith

    first recorded by Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians in 1934

    also recorded by Perry Como (1946), The Andrews Sisters (1946), Amy Grant, Eurythmics, Johnny Mathis, Kiri Te Kanawa, The Three Tenors

    "Wonderful Christmas Time"

    written by Paul McCartney

    first recorded by Paul McCartney

    "Entre le bœuf et l'âne gris"

    "Douce nuit, sainte nuit" (Silent Night)

    "Il est né le divin enfant"

    "La Marche des rois"

    "Les Anges dans nos campagnes" (Angels We Have Heard on High). Also sung in Britain as Angels from the realms of glory

    "Minuit chrétien"

    "Noël nouvelet"

    "Venez divin Messie" (O Come, Divine Messiah)

    "Peuple fidèle" (Adeste fideles)

    "Dans une étable obscure"

    "C'est le jour de la Noël"

    "Bergers, l'enfant sommeille"

    "Noël de la paix" (Ô divin enfançon)

    "Quelle Est Cette Odeur Agréable?"

    "Un Flambeau"

    "Petit Papa Noël"

    "Quittez, pasteurs

    "Es ist ein Ros entsprungen" (Lo How a Rose 'Ere Blooming)

    "Ihr Kinderlein kommet"

    "O du fröhliche" Lyrics and MIDI

    "Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht" (Silent Night)

    "Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her"

    "Alle Jahre wieder"

    "Kling Glöckchen"

    "Lasst uns froh und munter sein"

    "Leise rieselt der Schnee"

    "Morgen, Kinder, wird's was geben"

    "O Tannenbaum" (O Christmas Tree)

    "Süßer die Glocken nie klingen"

    "Es wird scho glei dumper"

    "Eine Muh, eine Mäh, eine Täterätätä"

    "Wir sagen euch an"

    "Es hat sich heut' eröffnet"

    "Menschen, die ihr wart verloren"

    "Zu Bethlehem geboren"

    La Cambo mi fa mau

    Guihaume, Tòni, Pèire (William, Tony, Peter), tune attributed to Nicolas Saboly. Frédéric Mistral composed the provençal anthem Coupo santo (The Holy Cup) according to this Christmas carol.

    Nouvé dòu pastre (Christmas carol for the shepherd)

    L'Ouferta de Calèna (The Christmas' offering)

    Pastre dei mountagno (Shepherd from the mountains)

    Ach, ubogi żłobie

    Anioł pasterzom mówił

    Bóg się rodzi

    Bracia, patrzcie jeno

    Do szopy hej, pasterze

    Dzieciątko się narodziło

    Dzisiaj w Betlejem Today in Betlehem

    Gdy się Chrystus rodzi

    Gdy śliczna Panna

    Gore gwiazda

    Hej, w dzień narodzenia

    Jam jest dudka

    Jezus malusieńki

    Lulajże, Jezuniu Lullay Baby Jesus

    Mędrcy świata

    Mizerna cicha, stajenka licha

    Nie było miejsca dla Ciebie

    Nowy Rok bieży

    O gwiazdo betlejemska

    Oj, Maluśki, Maluśki

    Pasterze mili

    Pójdźmy wszyscy do stajenki

    Przybieżeli do Betlejem

    Tryumfy

    W żłobie leży

    Wesołą nowinę

    Witaj gwiazdko złota

    Wśród nocnej ciszy

    Zaśnij, Dziecino

    Z narodzenia Pana

    I Want A Hippomatus For Christmas

    Mele Kalikimaka

    Medieval Christmas Songs

    Christmas in the Trenches

    Feliz Navidad

    The Friendly Beasts

    Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Up on the House Top

    Sign Language Christmas Songs

    American Sign Language Christmas Songs

    English Christmas Songs

    Translated Christmas Songs

    Silent Night in 100 Languages

    Who Took the Merry Out of Christmas

    All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

    Christmas For Cowboys

    Beautiful Christmas

    Calypso Carol

    Do They Know Its Christmas

    Grown Up Christmas List

    I'm Getting Nuttin For Christmas

    Your a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

    I HAVE SOME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES! now THAT should win! hahaha. awesome question

  • 1 decade ago

    haha hows this?

    A Child This Day Is Born

    Adeste Fideles

    All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

    Angels From The Realms Of Glory

    Angels We Have Heard On High

    Auld Lang Syne

    Away In A Manger

    Bells Will Be Ringing

    Blue Christmas

    Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire

    Christ Is Born In Bethlehem

    Christmas Day

    Christmas In Killarney

    Christmas Island

    Christmas Time Is Here

    Deck The Halls

    Do You Hear What I Hear

    Fame and Fortune

    Feliz Navidad

    Frosty The Snowman

    Go Tell It On The Mountain

    God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

    Good King Wenceslas

    Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer

    Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

    Here Comes Santa Clause

    Holly Jolly Christmas

    Home For The Holidays

    I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

    I Saw Three Ships

    I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas

    I'll Be Home For Christmas

    In Excelsis Gloria

    It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

    It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

    It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Jingle Bells

    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

    Joy To The World

    Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

    Linus and Lucy

    Medley - It's Christmas

    Medley - Rhapsody Of Christmas

    Medley - The Wonder of Christmas

    Mr. Grinch

    O Christmas Tree

    O Come, All Ye Faithful

    O Little Town Of Bethlehem

    O Tannenbaum

    Oh Holy Night

    Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree

    Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer

    Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

    Silent Night

    Silver And Gold

    Silver Bells

    Sleigh Ride

    Snoopy's Christmas (Snoopy vs. The Red Baron)

    Suzy Snowflakes

    The Chipmunk Song

    The Christmas Song

    The First Noel

    The Friendly Beasts

    The Heat Miser

    The Holly And The Ivy

    The Little Drummer Boy

    The Most Wonderful Day Of The Year

    The Night Before Christmas

    The Snow Miser

    The Twelve Days Of Christmas

    The Wassail Song

    There's Always Tommorrow

    Toyland

    Twelve Days After Christmas

    Up On The Housetop

    We Three Kings

    We Wish You A Merry Christmas

    What Child Is This?

    While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

    White Christmas

    Winter Wonderland

  • 1 decade ago

    Joy to the World

    We Three Kings

    We Wish You a Merry Christmas

    Deck the Halls

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

    Frosty The Snowman

    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

    Oh Holy Night

    Up on the House Top

    Jingle Bells

    The Holly and The Ivy

    Dance of the Sugar Plum Faries

    O Christmas Tree

    Santa Clause is Coming to Town

    Here We Come A Wassiling

    Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree

    Santa Baby

    Silent Night

    O Come All Ye Faithful

    Good Christian Men Rejoice

    Silver and Gold

    Silver Bells

    Angels We Have Heard on High

    Jolly Old St. Nicholas

    O Little Town of Bethlehem

    Carol of the Bells

    Greensleeves (What Child is This?)

    It Came Upon a Midnight Clear

    Feliz Navidad

    Good King Wencelas

    Ding Dong! Merrily on High

  • 1 decade ago

    Ava Maria

    The Twelve Days of Christmas

    Little Drummer Boy

    Oh Come Let Us Adore Him

    Fantasy on Silent Night

    The First Noel

    Silent Night

    Do You Hear What I Hear

    JJ Jingle

    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

    Joy To The World

    Gloria in Excelsis Deo

    Let It Snow

    Merry Little Christmas

    It Came upon a Midnight Clear

    Morning Has Broken

    Mortal

    Nut Cracker

    Nut March

    Nut Overture

    Nut Fair

    Nut Trip

    Nuts for You

    Nuts

    Nut Waltz

    Oh Come All Ye Faithful

    O Holy Night

    Realms

    Here Comes Santa Claus

    Rudolf The Red Nose Reindeer

    Santa

    Silent Night (jazz version)

    Silver Bells

    Sleigh

    Still

    Santa Claus Is Coming to Town

    Up House

    Wassail Song

    Oh Little Child of Bethlehem

    We Three Kings

    I´m Dreaming of a White Christmas

    Winter Wonderland

    Christmas Medley

    Christmas

    Oh Christmas Tree

    Adeste Fidelis

    Angles We Have Heard on High

    Angels Watching over Me

    Angels

    The Angels Sing

    Away in the Manger

    I´ll Be Home for Christmas

    The Christmas Shoes

    Jingle Bells

    Oh Little Town of Bethlehem

    Carol

    Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

    A Child Is Born

    A Chipmunk Christmas

    Choir of Bells

    Deck the Halls

    Ding Dong! Merrily on High

    Dreidel

    Frosty The Snowman

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentmen

    Grandma Got Ran over by a Reindeer

    Hark the Harold Angels Sing

    Bells

    It´s a Holly Jolly Christmas

    House Top

    I Saw Mommy

    It´s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Jingle Bells

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  • 1 decade ago

    Joty to the world

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Rocking around the christmas tree

    silver bells

    Silent Night

    We three kings (of orient are)

    The Holly and the Ivy

    A Holly Jolly Christmas

    This Christmas

    White Christmas

    All I want for Christmas is you

    the Christmas song

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday

    Last Christmas

    Carol of the Bells

    O Holy Night

    Twelve Days of Christmas

    The Little Drummer Boy

    Jingle Bells

    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

    Oh Come Let us Adore Him

    The first Noel

    Feliz Navidad

    Do You hear what I hear

    Joy to the World

    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

    Let it Snow

    Gloria in Excelsis Deo

    We Wish You a merry christmas

    It came upon a midnight clear

    Oh Come all Ye Faithful

    Grandma Got Runover by a Reindeer

    Chipmunks Roasting over an open fire

    Santa Claus is coming to town

    Oh Christmas tree

    Angels we have heard on high

    Away in a manger

    I'll be home for Christmas

    Oh Little Town of Bethlehem

    Deck the Halls

    Frosty the Snowman

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

    Hark, the Herald Angels Sing

    I saw mommy kissing santa claus

    All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth

    It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

    Sleigh Ride

    Some children see him

    Winter Wonderland

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    A Baby Just Like You

    All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth

    Blue Christmas The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire) - Mel Tormé, Robert Wells

    Santa Claus Is Coming To Town - Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin

    Winter Wonderland - Felix Bernard, Richard B. Smith

    White Christmas - Irving Berlin

    Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! - Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne

    Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer - Johnny Marks

    Jingle Bell Rock - Joseph Carleton Beal, James Ross Boothe

    I'll Be Home For Christmas - Walter Kent, Kim Gannon, Buck Ram

    Little Drummer Boy - Katherine K. Davis, Henry V. Onorati, Harry Simeone

    Sleigh Ride - Leroy Anderson, Mitchell Parish

    It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year - Edward Pola, George Wyle

    Silver Bells - Jay Livingston, Ray Evans

    Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Johnny Marks

    Feliz Navidad - José Feliciano

    Blue Christmas - Billy Hayes, Jay W. Johnson

    Frosty The Snowman - Steve Nelson, Walter E. Rollins

    A Holly Jolly Christmas - Johnny Marks

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Tommie Connor (PRS)

    Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane) - Gene Autry, Oakley Haldeman

    It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas - Meredith Willson

    (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays - Bob Allen, Al Stillman

    Carol Of The Bells - Peter J. Wilhousky, Mykola Leontovich

    Santa Baby - Joan Ellen Javits, Philip Springer, Tony Springer

    Wonderful Christmastime – Paul McCartney (PRS)

    Christmas Dinner

    Christmas For Cowboys

    Christmas In Killarney

    Deck the Halls

    First Christmas

    Frosty the Snow Man

    Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

    Here Comes Santa Claus

    Holly Jolly Christmas

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

    It's the most wonderful time of the year

    I'll Be Home For Christmas

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Jingle Bells

    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas

    Let It Snow!

    Mary, Did You Know?

    Merry Christmas Darling

    Must Be Santa

    Nuttin' For Christmas

    O Christmas Tree

    Pine Cones And Holly Berries

    Rocking around the Christmas Tree

    Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

    Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

    Silver Bells

    Sleep Well, Little Children

    Sleigh Ride

    Tennessee Christmas

    The Christmas Song

    The Little Drummer Boy

    The Night Before Christmas

    The Twelve Days of Christmas

    Up On the Housetop

    We Wish You A Merry Christmas

    White Christmas

    Winter Wonderland

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