Tis’ the season: What’s your favorite holiday jingle?

By Jamie Hufnagle
December 8, 2006

It is finally the time of year when our favorite Christmas songs begin to circulate on the airwaves and bring Christmas cheer to everyone. Whether you are walking through the mall during Christmastime or driving in the car listening to the radio, it is almost an instinct to instantly sing along to popular Christmas hits. The sound of Christmas music continues to bring excitement to people of all ages.

It seems like a given birth right to learn the lyrics to hits like “Frosty the Snowman” and “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” The lyrics are traditionally passed down from generation to generation as each Christmas rolls around.

What would Christmas be without the sound of Christmas hits ringing through the air to remind us of this special time of year? Everyone always seems to have that favorite Christmas song that can be played over and over without ever tiring of it.

Through the years, it seems as though Christmas songs continue gaining more and more popularity. Popular music artists continue to remake classics and add their own style to the songs we have come to know.

When I think of the holidays, Christmas songs are one of the first things that come to mind. I know Christmas is right around the corner when I am driving in my car and I switch the radio to my favorite station to hear my favorite Christmas song blaring out of the speakers.

Christmas time is officially here. We can be reminded of that by hearing the constant sound of Christmas music played all around us. The music may be tucked away when Christmas comes to an end, but until then it will be a constant reminder of this joyous time of year.

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