Christmas is a time of happiness, cheer, festivities and of course Michael Bublé emerging from his cave ready to kick off the festive season. We have compiled a countdown of the *10 Greatest Christmas songs that will help boost the office morale and motivation.
10. Holly Jolly Christmas – Michael Bublé
At no.10 we have Mr Christmas himself, Michael Bublé with Holly Jolly Christmas, with 6 weeks holding a prominent place in the charts this popular Christmas song is definitely one for the playlist.
9. Mistletoe – Justin Bieber
At no.9 we have JB, Justin Bieber with Mistletoe. If you haven’t heard this yet then you are missing out as it held it’s place in the charts for 15 weeks on initial release.
8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Michael Bublé
At no.8 Michael is back again with Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
Although this song was only in the charts for one week on initial release the consistent sales each and every year due to its popularity and Christmas theme has cemented its place within the iTunes greatest Christmas songs 2018.
7. One More Sleep – Leona Lewis
At no.7 we have Leona Lewis with One More Sleep.
On initial release this song reached No.3 and held its position in the top 10 for over 15 weeks.
6. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Michael Bublé
At no.7 we can’t get enough of him, its Michael Bublé with Christmas (Baby Please Come Home). This song was only in the charts for 3 weeks on initial release but again Michael Bublé has set himself up as THE face of Christmas and consistent sales each year has set his place in the greatest Christmas songs.
5. Santa Tell Me – Ariana Grande
At no.5 we have Ariana Grande with Santa Tell Me
This playful song spent 9 weeks in the charts.
4. Last Christmas – Wham!
At no.4 with 53 weeks in the charts its Wham! With Last Christmas.
This classic Christmas definitely earned its place in greatest Christmas songs as it placed 2nd in the charts and has been in the charts for over 1 year.
3. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – Darlene Love
At no.3 we have the original and classic Darlene Love with her Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
Despite spending less time in the charts on initial release than Michael Bublé’s version Darlene has secured her place with the numerous Christmas sales each year and truly shows us what Christmas is about.
2. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas – Michael Bublé
At no.2 Mr Bublé is back again with his most popular Christmas song “It’s Beginning to Look A lot Like Christmas”. This is the most popular Christmas song Mr Bublé has released spending 23 weeks in the charts.
1. All I want for Christmas is you – Mariah Carey
Top spot at no.1 for greatest Christmas songs is Mariah Carey with All I want for Christmas is you. This song is by far the most recognisable and most downloaded song each year around Christmas time.
Mariah is the Queen of Christmas.
Stuck for ideas for the Office Christmas Party?
Everyone loves a good sing a long especially at Christmas, So if you’re stuck on what to do for your office Christmas party then how about something completely different like our Christmas Carol Chaos.
We work with vocal coaches to get your office in perfect harmony, keeping your group entertained and ensuring everyone is getting involved.
This is the perfect way to bring in the Christmas Cheer and a great team photo for the office Christmas cards.
Give us a call or email us to arrange your Christmas party now.
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* Information taken from iTunes Top 100 most popular Christmas Songs.