Your Favorite Christmas Hits!



Spartans share their favorite holiday hits!

  As Christmas time approaches families begin to come together and celebrate, colder weather begins to chill the people as the smell of hot cocoa and gingerbread fills the air. Classic Christmas traditions start to fill these homes, most importantly the songs.

  Every year the same songs fill the background of people’s everyday lives during the Christmas season. Songs that have traveled through time such as “All I want for Christmas is you” never fail to hit the charts and be people’s favorite Christmas song.

  Sanderson Juniors Tevion Alston and Libby Simmons both share the mutual love for the Christmas classic “All I want for Christmas is you” by Mariah Carey.

 Libby Simmons expresses her thoughts by saying, “ “All I want for Christmas is you” is my favorite Christmas song because it puts me in the Christmas spirit.”

  Junior Tevion Alston also expressed similar positive comments such as, “No other Christmas song can make me feel joyful and ready for Christmas like this one can.” 

  Although there is a great amount of Christmas songs people have listened to since their childhood, here are just a few of the most popular ones … 

  1. Jingle Bells – By Bobby Helms
  2. Santa Clause is coming to town – By Jackson 5
  3. Silent Night – By Frank Sinatra 
  4. We wish you a Merry Christmas 
  5. Deck the halls 
  6. Twelve Days of Christmas 
  7. A Holly Jolly Christmas – By Burl Ives
  8. Santa Baby – Eartha Kitt
  9. Last Christmas – Wham!
  10. Underneath the Tree- Kelly Clarkson

  Christmas is a time to celebrate and to come together, it’s always more than gifts. It’s more about family and tradition.

  Junior Danielle Springfield voices her emotions on how one in particular Christmas  song speaks to her the most.

  “Silent Night has always been my favorite Christmas song. The song has always brought me peace. My family and I have listened to it together for many years.”

  These songs are more than just songs during the holidays; they’re ways to connect friends and family’s.

  Yes, the holidays are the most hectic time of the season, and yes many individuals are filled with stress and an overwhelming feeling to make everything perfect, but all is well when Christmas Day comes around.