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Name all of the christmas songs you can =)?

just name all of the songs about baby its cold outside...last christmas...etc

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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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

    Latin words translated by Frederick Oakeley

    with descant for verse 3 and unison verse 4 written by Sir David Willcocks in 1961 for the Carols for Choirs books

    "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"

    lyrics by William Chatterton Dix

    music by Conrad Kocher

    "Away in a Manger"

    first published in 1885

    first two stanzas attributed to unknown author

    third stanza written by Dr. John McFarland in 1904

    music: in the US by James R. Murray (Mueller)

    music: in the UK by William J. Kirkpatrick (Cradle Song)

    "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

    with an English translation written by Jacqueline Baron

    "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"

    English traditional (also known as "Lullay, Thou Tiny Little Child")

    music: also by Kenneth Leighton

    "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

    first published in The Cambridge Carol Book with a harmonisation by Charles Wood

    "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"


    "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"

    words by John Mason Neale

    music: tune from Piae Cantiones

    "Hail, Blessed Virgin Mary!"

    Italian traditional

    "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"

    music written by Felix Mendelssohn originally as part of Festgesang, adapted and harmonised by William Hayman Cummings

    words written by Charles Wesley, amended by George Whitfield and Martin Madan

    arrangement with descant for verse 3 written by Sir David Willcocks in 1961 for the Carols for Choirs books

    "Here We Come A-Wassailing"

    English traditional

    "The Holly and the Ivy"

    English traditional

    with a choral arrangement by Sir Henry Walford Davies

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

    "How Far Is It to Bethlehem" ("Children's Song of the Nativity")

    words written by Frances Chesterton

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

    "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day"

    lyrics by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

    music: by Johnny Marks

    music: by John Baptiste Calkin

    "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")

    Macaronic carol known in several translations

    "In the Bleak Midwinter"

    words written by Christina Rosetti

    music: by Gustav Holst (Cranham)

    music: by Harold Darke

    "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

    music: also by Carl Rutti

    "Joy to the World"

    words by Isaac Watts based on Psalm 98

    music: attributed to Lowell Mason, but based on Handel

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

    "Little Donkey"

    "Little Drummer Boy"

    written by Katherine K. Davis

    first recorded in 1957 by the Harry Simeone Chorale

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

    German traditional

    "Love Came Down at Christmas"

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

    Polish traditional

    "Lullay, My Liking"

    "March of the Kings"

    "Mary, Did You Know"

    "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", or "Nowell, sing nowell")

    French traditional

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

    "O Come, Little Children"

    words and music by Christoph von Schmid

    "O Holy Night"

    words by Placide Clappeau de Rouquemaure, translated by John Sullivan Dwight

    music by Adolphe Adam

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

    German 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")

    Music: Tune from Piae Cantiones

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

    French traditional

    "Once In Royal David's City"

    words by Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander

    music by Henry John Gauntlett, (Irby)

    sung at the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols in a harmonisation by Arthur Henry Mann

    "O Sanctissima or "O du fröhliche!"

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

    "Out of the East"

    "Past Three O'Clock"

    English traditional, with verses written by George Ratcliffe Woodward

    first published in The Cowley Carol Book with a harmonisation by Charles Wood

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

    Provençal traditional

    "The Peace Carol"

    "Personent Hodie" ("On This Day Earth Shall Ring" or "Sing aloud on this day")

    German traditional, tune from Piae Cantiones

    well-known arrangement for unison voices by Gustav Holst

    "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"

    words by Edward Caswell

    music by John Goss

    "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

    best-known in the English translation by The Rev. John Freeman Young

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

    Basque traditional

    words by Sabine Baring-Gould

    Sir Christèmas"

    music by William Mathias

    "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"

    Austrian traditional

    "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")

    words and music by Peter Cornelius

    with chorale "How Brightly Shines the Morning Star" by Philippe Nicolai

    "Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day"

    English traditional

    music: also by John Gardner


    composed by John Joubert in 1951

    "The Twelve Days of Christmas"

    English traditional

    with melody for "Five gold rings" added by Frederick Austin

    "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"

  • 1 decade ago

    Lol, I'll try...but it will be a long list!!!!

    Erm, ok, here goes:

    1) O Holy Night

    2) Sleigh Ride

    3) Carol of the Bells

    4) The Twelve Days of Christmas

    5) Silent Night

    6) We Wish You a Merry Christmas

    7) Do You Hear What I Hear?

    8) Christmas is Coming [it's really obscure...I don't think many people know it]

    9) Jingle Bells

    10) Jingle Bell Rock

    11) Chesnuts Roasting [The Christmas Song]

    12) I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause

    13) Baby, It's Cold Outside

    14) Silver Bells

    15) Deck The Halls

    16) The First Noel

    17) Away in a Manger

    18) The Holly and the Ivy

    19) We Three Kings

    20) White Christmas

    21) Santa Baby

    22) Santa Clause is Coming to Town

    23) There's no place like Home for the Holidays

    24) I'll be Home for Christmas

    25) Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    26) Erm, does "What's This?" from the Nightmare Before Christmas count? Cause, technically, that IS about Christmas.....

    27) I Saw Three Ships

    28) Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

    29) The Little Drummer Boy

    30) The Christmas Waltz

    31) Caroling, Caroling

    32) God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

    33) Hark! The Herald Angels Sing!

    34) Angels We Have Heard on High

    35) Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful

    36) Oh, Come, Oh, Come, Emmanuel

    37) Joy to the World

    38) Ding-Dong Merrily on High

    39) Good King Wenceslas

    40) Winter Wonderland

    41) All I Want For Christmas is my Two Front Teeth

    42) Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

    43) God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

    44) It Came Upon the Midnight Clear

    45) Go Tell it on the Mountain

    46) O Christmas Tree

    47) Angels From The Realms of Glory

    48) Galician Carol

    49) Here We Come A-Wassailing

    Erm, I'm sure I could think of more if I thought long enough. I hope I didn't list any of them twice. =]

    There you go! All I can think of right now.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Sleigh Ride Jingle BElls Oh Christmas Tree Let it Snow Wish you a Merry Christmas The Christmas Song(Chestnuts Roasting on an Open fire) Deck the Halls My Favorite Things The Twelve Days Of Christmas Little Drummer Boy The First Noel Silent Night Do you hear What I hear Joy to the Wolrd Nut Cracker Oh Come All ye Faithfull Here Comes Santa Clause Frosty the SNowman Rudolf The red noses Raindeer Silver Bells Im Dreaming of A White Christmas Winter Wonderland Its A Holly Jolly Christmas Jingle Bell Rock It's Beginning to Feel A lot Like Christmas Grandma Got Ran Over by a reindeer Blue Christmas

  • 1 decade ago

    You ask a lot - here's my favorites, but only a few:

    "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire)"

    Silver bells

    Holly Jolly Christmas

    Here comes Santa clause

    Jingle Bells

    Grandma got run over by a reindeer

    Rudolph the red nosed reindeer

    I saw mommy kissing Santa clause

    The Christmas tree that ran away

    White Christmas

    Jingle Bell Rock

    Walking in a winter wonderland

    God Rest ye merry gentlemen

    Away in a manger

    Silent Night Holy Night

    Angels we have heard on high

    Joy to the World

    I wonder as I wander

    O Holy night

    We three kings of orient are

    Good King Wenceslas

    And I could keep going and going and going like the energizer bunny.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer

    We Wish You a Merry Christmas

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause

    Jingle Bells

    All I Want for Christmas is You

    Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

    Greatest Time of the Year

    Holly Jolly Christmas

    Silver Bells

    The First Noel

    All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth

    I could keep on going, they are continuing to pop in my head, but I would be going on forever.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    we wish you a merry christmas

    all i want for christmas

    frosty the snowman

    12 days of christmas

    hark the herald angel sing

    i want a hippopotomus for christmas

    dominic the donkey

    the christmas shoes

    deck the halls

    i saw mommy kissing santa clause

    santa clause is coming to town

    winter wonderland

    chestnuts roasting

    feliz navidad!

    my grown up christmas list

    happy birthday jesus

    its beginning to look a lot like christmas

    jingle bells

    jingle bell rock

    silent night

    up on the rooftops

    all i want for christmas is my 2 front teeth

    have yourself a merry little christmas

    ill be home for christmas

    it came upon a midnight clear

    let it snow

    joy to the world

    jolly old st nicholas

    oh christmas tree

    rocking around the christmas tree

    santa baby

    silver bells

    im getting nothing for christmas

    run run rudolph

    where are you christmas?

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I couldn't possibly list all the Christmas songs I know! I have been a musician my entire life, and I know all the popular Christmas songs, all of the religious ones (in several languages, to boot), many Renaissance and Baroque Christmas songs, as well as some very obscure ones that probably only 3 other people on this continent have ever heard - LOL.

    Source(s): Musician and musicologist!
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    last christmas i gave you my heart

    all i want for christmas is my two front teeth

    grandma got run over by a reindeer

    santa clause is coming to town

    noel noel


    jingle bell rock

    jingle bells

    i saw mommy kissing santa clause

    rudolph the red nosed reindeer

    white christmas

    Source(s): thats all i can think of at the moment
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