As we are less than a week away from Christmas, it is only right to truly get into the holiday spirit. The LIFEAID team has made a list of their favorite holiday songs and best believe they are checking it twice. If you are in charge of the aux this year at your company's Christmas party or the family holiday party, the LIFEAID team has you covered. Christmas songs last forever and the list below is proof of that. Christmas hits of the 50’s and 60’s can still be played this week at your holiday parties - everyone loves a classic! So sit back, relax, and enjoy these holiday tunes that will sure enough get you in the holiday spirit. “White Christmas” (1954) - The Drifters “Dominick The Donkey” (1960) - Lou Monte “Last Christmas” (1984) - Wham “Baby It’s Cold Outside feat. Sofia Reyes” (2016) - Brett Elredge “This Christmas” (1998) - NSYNC “Christmas Don’t Be Late” (1959) - The Chipmunks“Cuddle Up, Cozy Down Christmas feat. Michael Bublé” (2020) - Dolly Parton “Won’t Be Home For Christmas” (2005) - Blink 182 “White Christmas” (2019) - A.Skillz “This Christmas” (2007) - Chris Brown “Have yourself A Merry Little Christmas” (2020) - Sam Smith “Mistletoe” (2011) - Justin Bieber “Little Saint Nick” (1964) - The Beach Boys “Don't Shoot Me Santa” (2016) - The Killers “Feliz Navidad” (1970) - José Feliciano “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer”
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