Five Favorite Christmas Songs From YouTube

Here are five of my favorite Christmas songs of all time from YouTube.

The Drifters White Christmas
This is my all-time favorite animated Christmas song on YouTube.  It is funny and entertaining at the same time. The cute cartoons featuring Father Santa and his reindeers in the falling snowflakes and the big yellow moon is by Joshua Held.  The bouncing tune “White Christmas” is sung by the doo-wop and R&B/soul vocal group, The Drifters. And the rich sexy tenor voice of Santa Claus belongs to the late Clyde McPhatter.


Jim Reeves An Old Christmas Card
The second Christmas song is “An Old Christmas Card” crooned by the late Jim Reeves. His rich and lustrous voice gives you that warm fuzzy feeling of the old good days; when life was simpler and laid-back. Listen to this song, as you snuggled in your warm comfy bed with a mug of hot chocolate and reading inspirational and funny quotes about Christmas . It’s heavenly.


Nat King Cole The Christmas Song
My third favorite is Nat King Cole’s rendition of “The Christmas Song”. I can feel his velvety voice taking its time caressing the lyrics. This melody of the song together with Nat King Cole’s baritone voice evokes a traditional homely Christmas atmosphere; of fireplace, roasted turkey on the wooden table, glittering X’mas tree, etc. “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire…..”


Johnny Mathis It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year
This fun-filled X’mas song by Johnny Mathis instantly says it all – it’s holiday season. As Johnny Mathis sings “it’s the most wonderful time of the year…”, I can see images of people of all ages playing merrily on the snow-covered playground; throwing snow balls at one another happily, and falling all over the place, laughing way….


Blue Christmas Elvis Presley
Among all the Christmas songs sung by the King Of Rock And Roll Elvis Presley, I still love his version of Blue Christmas. It was recorded on September 5, 1957 at Radio Recorders.

His melancholy yet melodic voice can make you feel the tinge of sadness of being all alone on the cold Christmas day.

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