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If you’re still not sick of Mariah, Band Aid and Wham, then keep reading as we break down our top 10 Christmas songs!
10. Never Had a Dream Come True – S Club 7
Not exactly a Christmas song, but S Club 7’s winter themed music video had us all weeping for the one that got away. So emosh.
9. 2 Become 1 – Spice GirlsGiving us all the feels since 1996, the Spice Girls truly blessed us all when they released this Christmas classic. The video is filled with iconic 90s outfits, we just can’t get enough!
8. Christmas Is All Around – Billy MackIt’s a known fact that Love Actually is one of the best Christmas films, partly because it produced one of the most iconic Christmas songs of all time. Who could forget the image of Billy Mack dancing in fake snow and swapping the love in Wet Wet Wet’s Love Is All Around to Christmas. Amazing.
7. Stay Another Day - East 17We’ve always been jel of East 17’s furry white coats in the music video for Stay Another Day. No one’s ever really been able to figure out what makes the 1994 hit a Christmas song, but who cares?
6. Christmas Time (Don’t Let the Bells End) – The DarknessThe Darkness were huge in the 00s, and their Christmas hit is still played on the radio every year. A nice change from the standard pop songs we’re used to hearing all through December, Christmas Time just makes us want to rock out in front of the fire wearing a red feather boa!
5. One More Sleep – Leona LewisWith a voice like that, it’s no wonder Leona Lewis produced one of our fave Christmas songs! Released in 2013, this is a relatively new one compared to the well-known 80s hits that dominate the charts every year.
4. White Christmas – Bing CrosbyWe’re always dreamin’ of a white Christmas so can totally relate! Released all the way back in 1942, White Christmas is an oldie but goodie, a true classic that always fills our heads with snowmen and cosy winter nights!
3. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday – WizzardWho could forget that long white beard and face glitter? One of the most well-known Christmas hits, this bop was produced in 1973 and has remained a firm fave at Christmas parties.
2. All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah CareyJust the intro of pop diva Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You makes us want to break out into song. Bringing couples together since 1994, Mariah’s lyrics and cute video have truly become a part of Christmas each year.
1. Last Christmas – Wham
Coming in at the top of our list is Wham’s Last Christmas. Released in 1984, this break-up song proved it’s not all snowmen and Santa Clause at Christmas. What really made a lasting impression on the hearts of the nation, however, was the accompanying music video. George Michael’s fur hood… the 80s hairstyles… truly iconic.
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