Oh my, I have several - some because I like them and some because of the memories. "Frosty" is a favorite because my son sings along (he is 3), "Feliz Navidad" because its my dad's favorite, "Silver Bells" because it was my Grandpa's favorite - he passed away a long time ago but he was a hardy so for him to like a soft song was meaningful. I like "We Three Kings" and a few instrumentals that I don't know the name of.
I have several also. #1 would have to be, Brenda Lee- Rocking around the Christmas Tree, then there's Bing Crosby- White Christmas, Perry Como- It's beginning to look alot like Christmas, Eartha Kitt with Henri Rene orchestra- Santa Baby. Nat King Cole, Fats Domino etc....I love the oldies Christmas. And The Nutcracker.
I can't understand spoken Ukrainian, hardly know a handful of written words for that matter, but the language has a special melody "built in". It's known as Nightengale speach for a good reason.
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There aren't many Christmas songs that I don't like (Grandma got run over by a reindeer, being one of them). One of my most favorite is "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas". It evokes so many memories, both sad and happy that are such a part of the holiday. As much as the fact that the celebration is about the birthday of our Savior, it always brings to mine the Christmases of the past when important family members were here to celebrate.
Be an organ donor; give your heart to Jesus.
Exercise daily; walk with the Lord.
I really like The Cambridge Singers Christmas Star album. Hope this link works and you can listen to clips. Christmas Star - Carols For The Christmas Season / Rutter Classical
They are a British choir and their director is also a composer. He has taken many traditional carols and made lovely arragements. My favorite is an a cappella version of Silent Night where there is only a 2-part harmony with the lower voices singing the accompaniment. It is truely beautiful.