For one thing, holiday songs help you get into the mood of each holiday. Besides that, you just can't have a holiday party without holiday music, can you? What fun would that be?
What would New Year's Eve be like without the traditional Auld Lang Syne (may all acquaintance be forgot)?
What would Halloween be like without spooky and creepy songs? Think of the theme from the movie “Halloween”. Or, what about those funny Halloween songs? Think of Monster Mash and Ghostbusters.
What would Valentine’s Day be like without the beautiful songs of romance, love and togetherness? Always And Forever, And I Love Her, Can’t Help Falling In Love, Cupid, Endless Love, Eternal Flame, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Forever And For Always, How Deep Is Your Love, I Can Love You Like That, I Don't Want To Miss A Thing, I Go Crazy, I Only Have Eyes For You, Keep On Loving You, Make You Feel My Love, Maybe I'm Amazed, My Eyes Adored You, Never My Love, Something, Take My Breath Away, Truly Madly Deeply, Unchained Melody, When A Man Loves A Woman, Wonderful Tonight, You Are So Beautiful and Your Song are all very popular love songs for Valentine’s Day.
And, of course, what would Christmas be like without The Christmas Song (chestnuts roasting on an open fire), Deck The Halls, Frosty The Snowman, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, Here Comes Santa Claus, Holly Jolly Christmas, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, Silent Night, Jingle Bells, Silver Bells, Sleigh Ride, Twelve Days of Christmas, White Christmas, Little Drummer Boy, Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer or Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow?
The holidays just wouldn't feel the same.
There are plenty of songs for holidays. So for all of you holiday music lovers (and for those who don't necessarily love it but still want to know who sang some of the popular songs of the holidays), here you go...
Note: Christmas and New Year's songs have been performed by so many artists, and on these lists, you'll find a wide range of these performers listed.
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