*Official* October 2011 Release Party Contest

I am absolutely smitten with all of this month's new releases and I can tell by the excitement that some of you have shared with me that you are too!  A big thank you to each and every one of you who have joined us tonight during release festivities as well as the last five days of countdown fun!  

To finish up this exciting celebration, we're giving away a fabulous prize package tonight!  Practically the entire October release!  All you need to do to have your chance to win is post an answer to the following question in the comments section below.

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Congratulations to Cassie K!  Please be sure to contact Customer Service with your shipping information so we can get this prize package out to you!  And thank you again to everyone who joined us tonight and played along!  Happy stamping!

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  • 1
    Sue in Grapevine says:

    I love “O Come, Emmanuel” b/c of the minor key that really shows Israel’s longing for a Savior.

  • 2
    Sara Mac says:

    I love O Holy Night! When it’s sung well it is so moving and beautiful.

  • 3
    Susie Moore says:

    Oh! ‘Winter Wonderland’ for sure.

  • 4
    Allyson says:

    My favorite Christmas Carol is Once In Royal David’s City. It just reminds me of angels singing, and I love the tune. Thank you so much for all the wonderful inspiration this month. It has been a fun, fun week! πŸ˜‰ Can’t wait to get me some new PTI and get inky!

  • 5
    Amy Smith says:

    Boy, that is a tough one! I’m partial to sacred carols. Silent night is always lovely, but I also love O Little of Bethlehem. O Holy Night is gorgeous too!

  • 6

    I really love white christmas. I was never a huge holiday person until I met my husband. He really started traditions I had missed as a kid and now we have homemade hot chocolate and listen to christmas carols as we decorate the tree and it doesn’t feel like christmas if that hasn’t happened yet.

  • 7
    Becky says:

    Within a doubt…O Holy Night…

    especially when Johnny Mathis sings it.

  • 8
    Kristen says:

    I adore “O Holy Night”–I just LOVE that song and it really gets me in the spirit of the season. Though I may just start singing “save a poinsettia die for me…”

  • 9
    leigh penner says:

    I really love the song O Holy Night. I reminds me of the real reason for Christmas, and that an everyday night became holy on the night that Christ was born

  • 10
    Happy Now says:

    I don’t know if I have one particular favorite — there are so many I like!! Silent Night is the first that came to my mind, though… So lovely, so calming! Thanks for the chance (fingers are CROSSED!!!)… πŸ™‚ Looks like a great release!

  • 11

    The Twelve Days of Christmas because my parents were both elementary school teachers and had a little move and sound effect to go with each and every part of the song which made it a lot of fun and very memorable πŸ™‚

  • 12

    I totally love Jingle Bells. Even the silly kid versions my son likes to sing.

  • 13
    Chris L. says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas.” My daughter loved it when she was little and it has just become our favorite!

    Chris L.

  • 14
    Sandy Fullmer says:

    One of my favorites is O Holy Night because of the message and the granduer of the song.

  • 15
    Rita says:

    Grown-Up Christmas Wish…I just love the lyrics. It always puts me in the spirit.

  • 16
    Kathy Mc says:

    O Holy Night ~ it is the Reason for the Season!

  • 17
    Anne B says:

    Mine is O Little Town of Bethlehem. Beautiful words and music which just embody the real meaning of Christmas for me πŸ™‚

  • 18
    Jamie Greene says:

    Jingle Bells!! It is the only one that I know all of the words to by heart:)

  • 19
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    I love “Mary Did You Know” – it’s such a beautiful song that reminds me of the true meaning of Christmas! πŸ™‚

  • 20
    Emma S. says:

    Jingle Bells is always such an uplifting song and really puts you in the Holiday mood But Silent Night sings out the true meaning of Christmas!

  • 21
    Lynn says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “Oh Holy Night” beacuse it reminds me of what Christmas is really about.

  • 22
    Terri Bills says:

    i love Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It just reminds me so much of being a kid and singing it in school. My son Owen just started chorus this year and I can’t wait to hear him sing all of the holiday songs at his first concert.

  • 23
    Heidi Gore says:

    I love Joy to the World. Just a wonderful reminder of the true gift of Christmas and the joy that Christ’s birth brought to the world.

  • 24
    Bonnie Sharp says:

    I love Good King Wencelas (sp?)! When I was in elementary school – MANY years ago….we used to sing Christmas Carols in the hallway during lunchtime and that was one of my favorites – everyone singing it altogether was always my favorite!

  • 25
    Pamm says:

    It has to be “Little Drummer Boy” as sung by Bing Crosby…..my grandmother’s favorite Christmas song. It always makes me think of her.

  • 26
    Rachel P says:

    Wow, tough one, as I love so many! I can definitely say that I prefer the religious ones to the secular ones (though I like those too) I’m going to say O Holy Night because it is so powerful in lyrics and in music. One of my favorite versions is sung by Celine Dion…it takes my breath away.

  • 27
    Carolyn G. says:

    Silent Night, but I’m not sure why. It just seems so right, and peaceful, serene. I can’t wait to order! LOVE all the new things! You are are so talented and wonderful. THANK YOU!

  • 28
    Lee Anne says:

    Sleigh Ride!! Like Erin, I played it in band every year for our parade. I love all versions! A great release this month, Nichole! Congratulations!

  • 29
    Robyn in the Northwoods says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite, for obvious reasons–it is the birth of our savior, Jesus Christ :O)

  • 30
    Maureen Plut says:

    O Holy Night hands down for a traditional hymn…

    fun Christmas song…All I want for Christmas is You, Run Run Rudolph sung by Bryan Adams, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus by Bruce Springsteen

  • 31
    Jo Ann Mooney says:

    My favorite Christmas Carol is “O Holy Night”. When I was young, I even asked our pastor if I could sing it to the congregation! He did not pursue my request, thankfully! I would have been overcome with embarrassment. I can not sing at all!!!

  • 32
    Deb F. says:

    Silent Night. I love singing that with candlelight at Christmas Eve Services

  • 33
    Jennifer T says:

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen is my favorite. Not sure why, but it’s been a favorite since I was little.

  • 34
    TracyTracy says:

    Deck the Halls. Gotta love those fa la las. And not to sing, but for listening, “carol of the bells”, especially in the first “Home Alone” movie. Love.

  • 35
    Kristin B. says:

    Oh…my favorite is Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas.” It just fills the room with the idea of sleigh rides, snow, and memories of many wonderful Christmases!
    Thanks for the great release this month!
    -Kristin B.

  • 36
    Barbara says:

    I guess if I had to choose one I would have to say β€˜Silent Night.’ The song explains the whole reason for the season.

  • 37
    Moriah says:

    Oh that’s easy- White Christmas sung by Bing Crosby! My mom’s favorite movie was Holiday Inn (where the movie was first sung) and it was a tradition for the two of us to watch that as an ushering in of the season. It always brings fond memories…

  • 38
    Luanne Ford says:

    My very favorite is not that well known. It’s called “Breath of Heaven”. I think I first heard it from Amy Grant, but it is amazing. It totally reminds me of the miracle of Christ’s birth!

  • 39
    CHONG mcafee says:

    Oh Holy Night, sung by Michael Crawford because his voice is magnificent and worthy of the song.

  • 40
    Rachelle says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite Christmas song. It is just beautiful and gives me chills whenever I hear it.

  • 41
    Yvette F. says:

    Dolly Pardon’s Hard Candy Christmas because it reminds me of my mom!

  • 42
    Mary M. says:

    I like Mariah Carey’s All I want for Christmas. It is fun, upbeat, and different.

  • 43
    Kendra says:

    Right now it’s Winter Wonderland, but I think that’s because I’ve been checking out the meadow stamp set for this release every 5 minutes and the song gets stuck in my head every time!

  • 44
    Teresa Brada says:

    I love Mary Did You Know, the Kenny Rodgers/Wynonna version. It is just a beautiful song!

  • 45
    Bridgette says:

    Not traditional, but mele kalikimaka. My mom would put the Bing Crosby record on every year while we decorated the tree (a tradition I continue, with the CD, LOL) and when that song came on, we all sang it together. Good memories.

  • 46
    Cyndie says:

    Great question! For me it’s O Holy Night, sung by a full SATB choir. I just love the multipart harmony–sends shivers down my back!

  • 47
    Crystal M. says:

    We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Because my family and I truly wish the merriest of Christmases to our family and friends. The song says it all.

  • 48
    MelissaO says:

    My favorite is O Holy Night. It’s just beautiful and keeps me focused on the true meaning of Christmas!

  • 49

    Blue Christmas by Elvis is definitely one of my favorite Christmas songs. I don’t even know why. I just remember hearing it come on the radio during the holidays when I was a little girl (usually when it was snowing) & it would just make me so happy.

  • 50
    Kelly Braund says:

    I love Hark the Herald Angels Sing because I can remember first learning how to play it on the piano when I was little! But my favorite holiday song to listen to is Santa Baby, it’s just so fun!

  • 51
    Linda Suarez says:

    All my favorite holiday songs are the hymns I sang in church when growing up. I think they are all so beautiful!

  • 52
    Jade says:

    Oh, why such a hard question? I love so many Chirstmas songs! For a long time “Santa Baby” was one of my top favorites but 3 years ago this December, I gave birth to my daughter (who was due to be born on Christmas Eve) on December 30th and ever since “Silent Night” has held a very special place in my heart. It is truly amazing how the world changes after you have children! πŸ™‚

  • 53
    CarenB says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite. It’s a beautiful song that expresses the true meaning of Christmas!

  • 54
    Suzi Foster says:

    Christmas Is…by Lou Rawls always gets me in the mood for holiday cheer! It’s a jazzy swingin’ lil tune!
    Cheers~
    Q!

  • 55
    Bette manning says:

    White Christmas. I love the movie and Bing Crosby just does a great job singing that song. Makes me really wish for a white Christmas!

  • 56
    Sue Symens says:

    Mary Did You Know. Just brings to mind what an amazing situation that she was put in and the faith it took to go forward.

  • 57
    Donna C says:

    Mine is “Carol of the Bells” sung by a children’s choir. It is just the most amazing and beautiful Christmas song and immediately makes me feel like a night where the snow is falling and I can see the Christmas lights on the houses. In fact, now that I think about it, it is not too early to get out the CD is it?

  • 58
    Sarah M. says:

    I love O Holy Night- it has been one of my favorites forever. I love how beautiful the music is, and it’s a true Christmas song.

  • 59
    marlo says:

    My favorite Christmas song lately has become Handels Messiah. I love the song normally, but my son loves violin and when an orchestra plays it, I love watching him enjoy the music and fill his soul.

  • 60
    Daniela says:

    I love Jingle Bells…I used to sing it to Alex when he was a baby. The first song that popped in my head when he was fussing. Now he knows the words, too, and loves to sing it any time of the year.

  • 61
    Erin t says:

    Dreaming of a white christmas bc our family loves to ski.

  • 62
    Melissa Ladd says:

    It’s hard to choose just one Christmas carol as my favorite. I’ve always sang with a choir, so music plays a huge part of my life, especially at Christmastime. I would probably have to say “O Holy Night”. It is such a beautiful song with great meaning.

  • 63

    I love What Child is This, it was my grandmother’s favorite song and she always sang it to me on Christmas Eve and time leading up to Christmas, brings back wonderful memories of my beloved Grandma!

  • 64
    Jaala says:

    Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer because it’s the first song my children learned to sing and it was just so cute!

  • 65
    Gina Kozuch says:

    I can’t pick just one I love all christmas music but if I had to pick it would be Silent Night

  • 66
    Kristin R. says:

    Angels we Have Heard on High… I have wonderful memories of my mom playing that on the piano when I was younger and it set a wonderful mood for Christmas.

  • 67
    Chris Simon says:

    Easy question – my favorite is “Joy to the World”, played on a pipe organ – LOUD! I get goosebumps every time the chorus starts.

  • 68
    Stacy says:

    Definitely Carol of the Bells. It is just such a beautiful and powerful song, especially when sung by an excellent chorus.

  • 69
    DeLisa says:

    My fave is Carol of the Bells. I just love the harmony of all of the voices together. It is so beautiful!

  • 70

    I also love O Come Emmanuel! And for many of the same reasons that Sue posted. This sense of waiting and expectation in the song and then, the promise in the chorus, Rejoice, Rejoice! So powerful and moving.

  • 71
    Irene says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is White Christmas. It was sung by Bing Crosby who reminds me of my father who I lost when I was 9 years old. Plus, I love the song and the movie!

  • 72

    I love Still, Still, Still. It is just so peaceful and hopeful. I know that it wasn’t really snowing in Bethlehem, but I still love the song. It’s nice to have the new nativity sets and dies this year. Thanks!

  • 73
    Kristin says:

    I love Silent Night! It’s always the last song song at our Christmas Eve church service. All the lights are turned off and the congregation sings by candlelight. One of our choir members has a beautiful soprano voice and she always starts off with the first verse. Such a wonderful moment to look forward to at the holidays!

  • 74
    Karen says:

    I love ‘its beginning to look a lot like Christmas’ and I play it while we put up our decorations each year! Really puts me in a festive mood! Love it!

    Karen
    x

  • 75
    Anna K says:

    It’s so hard to pick just one! I love to sing Hark the Herald Angels Sing because all the ‘gloria’s are so inspiring and uplifting. I love In The Bleak Midwinter because a tenor in the congregation sings it beautifully at Christmas Eve service in my church every year. And I adore Bring a Torch Jeannette Isabella.

  • 76
    Susan P says:

    I think my favorite Christmas carol would have to be “O Holy Night”. It just seems to capture to essence of that very special event on that very special night. I can’t get enough of it at Christmas time.

  • 77
    Debbie says:

    My favorite Christmas Carol is “O Come All Ye Faithful”. It is majestic and moves me to remember what this Christmas season is really all about.

  • 78
    Deborah Wilson says:

    One holiday song that brings back some fun memories is “Grandma got ran over by a reindeer”. My grandsons used to want to listen to this over and over. They would try to sing along and have soooooo much fun!!

  • 79

    O Holy Night.. That’s why I am soooo excited about this release. I love the nativity sets you are releasing.

  • 80
    Teresa P says:

    Silent Night is my favorite Christmas carol. It reminds me of the stillness of the night and how to most it was an ordinary night that turned holy with the birth of the Babe in Bethlehem. What a night that changed the world.

  • 81
    Cynthia Burke says:

    “What Child is This?” is my favorite because the lyrics are so meaningful and the tune (Greensleeves) is haunting as well as beautiful.

  • 82
    Meghan says:

    That is a tough one. I like many Christmas carols but I think I like “Do You Hear What I Hear” best because it is so lyrically beautiful. Great release!

  • 83

    My favorite is “Walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland”- it’s just so fun and catchy. I love the melody (I’m humming it right now)

  • 84

    The Christmas Song is my fave secular song probably because I used to listen to it on an old LP record when I was a kid. I think it was a Perry Como Christmas album. I would listen to it over and over!

  • 85
    michele says:

    It would have Silent Night Holy Night. It was all those years of Catholic school Christmas concerts.

  • 86
    Barb S says:

    I’m a Christmas song nerd and know lots and lots of obscure songs. I think my favorite is “Once In Royal David’s City” because it is the first song sung at my church’s carol service. When I hear it, it means Christmas has really begun.

  • 87
    Monica L says:

    I guess I would have to say “Silver Bells.” I have an old memory of listening to that on promotional record from Firestone (my Dad sold their brand of tires). We had several years worth of those records and they were much loved and abused.

  • 88
    Natasha Kara says:

    Silent night, would have to be one of my favorite holiday songs.

  • 89
    JenGall says:

    My favorite Christmas song is Silent Night. To me it captures the peace and hope that was born on that first Christmas day.

  • 90
    Elena says:

    I love “the christmas song” – it just makes me feel all warm and cozy inside πŸ™‚

  • 91
    Alyssa Clawson says:

    My favorite is “Oh Holy Night”. The “Fall on your knees” part gives me chills everytime.

  • 92
    Connie G says:

    That is such a hard question for me because I love love love Christmas music!! I put it on the day after Thanksgiving and that is all we listen to till Christmas. I love Away in a Manger and Silent Night particularly. It is the story of what the true meaning of Christmas is. But I also enjoy the fun stuff- like Winter Wonderland and Sleigh Bells.

  • 93
    Deb Else says:

    My favorite is Silent Night. My family & I always go to midnight services on Christmas Eve, and the very last hymm we sing at midnight is Silent Night. All of the lights are off in the sanctuary and everyone is holding lighted candles while we are singing. It is a very fitting way to end that very special night.

  • 94
    Shannon M says:

    This is an easy one…Silent Night. This has been the song I have used as a lullaby for my daughter since she was very little. I started singing her to sleep when she was a baby, and one year at Christmas she decided she liked Silent Night. When Christmas was over and I tried to go back to our other songs, she asked for Silent Night, instead. Of course, I couldn’t say no, and to this day, I sing it to her almost every night before she goes to sleep (and she is 8 1/2!)

  • 95
    stampyblock says:

    With out a doubt- Silent Night. It reminds me of Midnight mass on Christmas Eve. It was always so beautiful! The lights in the church would be turned down and the Christmas lights and candles would be the light for mass. Oh WOW! I can feel the warmth and hear the music, what wonderful memories. Thank you for a wonderful release!

  • 96
    DeLisa says:

    Well said, Stacy! πŸ™‚

  • 97
    Carrie says:

    Silent Night! When I was little we had a bell we hung up that played it. It reminds me of home & my mom who has passed. πŸ™‚

  • 98
    cards d. says:

    I just adore Once in Royal David’s City …. the melody is gorgeous and I love singing the alto part I learned in choir when I was a teenager … totally gets me in the spirit!

  • 99
    DeanneR says:

    “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem” is a favorite because I love to watch the young children singing it during a Christmas program.

  • 100
    Carol J. says:

    This is really a hard question to answer. I love all types of Christmas carols. If I had to pick one it would be Gloria in Excelsis (Glory to God)
    Usually on Christmas Eve at midnight mass the choir sings this song using hand bells. It just warms my heart and gives truth to the real meaning of Christmas.

  • 101
    Lisa S. says:

    I love the classic Silent Night, athough every Christmas Carol is a favorite.

  • 102
    michelle says:

    I love Carol of the Bells. I used to play the bells in church and I love to hear this song as a reminder of my bell playing days!

  • 103
    rebecca deeprose says:

    Winter wonderland. It always takes me back to the glistening fresh snow of childhood. I live in the desert now!

  • 104
    Denise E says:

    I love “Silent Night” because it reminds me of my childhood, caroling in the neighborhood, and singing at church and the Christmas Eve candlelight services. It also reminds me of those quiet snowflake evenings by the fire. I love Christmas and I love singing all carols!

  • 105
    Maria chillin' in Chicago says:

    The Twelve Days of Christmas because it is so festive and allows so many people to get involved in singing their hearts out. Puts all involved truly in a holiday spirit.

  • 106
    Margaret Kaznowska says:

    For me it Silent night, it reminds me of my big family christmas celebrations before I moved to another country.

  • 107
    Detra Parks says:

    Here comes Santa Clause and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, they just make me feel like a kid again!!

  • 108
    Lori Oglesby says:

    I love O Holy Night. It reminds me of the reason we celebrate. It is simply a beautiful song!I’ve very moving.

    I love the release–as usual too many things to choose from!!!!

  • 109
    sandy says:

    I love Jingle Bells. My parents have a sign that hangs by their front door. You push the button and it plays Jingle Bells.

  • 110
    Carol says:

    I love all Christmas music, but my very favorite song is “Mary did you know” The first time I heard it was when our son and his new wife sang it in church. The love they put into that song came right from their heart. It made me truly know what it is to be blessed.

  • 111
    Sheila M Jones says:

    I really like “In the bleak midwinter” for the last verse – what can I give him, poor as I am?…. give my heart.

    This sums Christmas up for me!

  • 112

    I think my favorite holiday song is Faith Hill’s “A Baby Changes Everything.” It’s so moving and lovely that I can’t help but sing it every season!

  • 113
    Barbara says:

    I guess if I had to choose I would have to say β€˜Silent Night.’ The song explains the whole reason for the season.

  • 114
    Charmaine says:

    That’s a tough one…for Christmas carol I’d have to say Silent Night…it brings tears to my eyes every time I hear it…for holiday song, I’d have to say White Christmas, sung by Bing Crosby…it always puts me in the Christmas spirit.

    Charmaine

  • 115
    kristy says:

    How can you choose one favorite? I love O little town of Bethlehem, Oh come all ye faithful, Silent Night, and Joy to the World. If I have to choose one I will go with O Holy Night because the words are so beautiful.

  • 116
    Cassi says:

    “Oh Holy Night,” is my favorite song because it tells such a powerful story of Jesus’ birth and how we can be redeemed through him. I get goosebumps every time I hear this song.

  • 117
    Jen says:

    Away in a Manger has always been a fav since I was little. I have fond memories of singing this as a child!

  • 118
    Kathryn Andrews says:

    I love “Oh Holy Night”, as it reminds us all of the reason we celebrate Christmas.

  • 119
    cindye says:

    love love love silent night. all remakes, versions etc. its the quintessential song for christmas and the meaning of the season.

  • 120

    O Holy Night gives me chills every time.

  • 121
    LouAnn V. says:

    My favorite is O Holy Night. It was a favorite of my grandfather and he always loved to sing it. It was sung at his funeral, even though it was summer. The first time I hear it during the season, I always cry, thinking of him.

  • 122
    Sandy Kay says:

    Mary Did you Know, because it is so meaningful and really tells the whole story in such a special way.

  • 123
    Meredith K. says:

    Adeste Fideles by Luciano Pavoratti ALWAYS brings tears to my eyes – the melody is SO beautiful and the notes he is able to hit with pure perfection is absolutely spectacular! I don’t know why I prefer the Latin version of Oh Come All Yee Faithful, but I just do…

  • 124

    What a tough question! I LOVE so many carols. They are such a part of the holiday. O Holy Night would be at the top of my list. I love that song! It is so beautiful and very hard to sing well!
    I am so gratful for most all of the beautiful carols we have to enrichen the holidays!

  • 125
    Steph H says:

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing – I remember singing this when I was a child in our church choir and singing the Gloria chorus as loudly as I could. Everytime I hear this it takes me back to that little Quaker Church!

  • 126
    Lee Cockrum says:

    Hard to choose, but Silent Night is definitely in the top!! And Frosty the Snowman is just plain fun!!

  • 127
    Hlee says:

    Jingle Bells! I remember as a little girl Christmas caroling with the church and that was totally my most favorite song to sing. It’s so cheerful, and I loved ringing the bells while singing that song. Sweet memories!

  • 128
    Rachel Hazell says:

    Definitely “White Christmas”. Living in australia I one day dream of having a beautiful white Christmas! Would beat flies and heat any day : )

  • 129
    Marlene Velasquez says:

    I love “Mary did you know” by Mark Lowry. Was able to see/hear him sing it in person and love it even more. The words are so powerful.

  • 130
    Holly F. says:

    Jingle Bells. I grew up listening to my Mom’s Barbara Streisand Christmas Album and I always loved that song!

  • 131
    Cindy says:

    Aretha Franklin singing “Joy to the World” Such a high energy rendition – the energy is contagious!

  • 132

    dashing through the snow…such a classic, yet fun song to sing while caroling! πŸ™‚ i just love christmas time…thinking about it puts me in such a good mood!

  • 133
    Karen W says:

    Our Christmas Eve service always begins with “Once in Royal David’s City.” First a group of children sing a verse without accompaniment, the our chancel choir sings two verses with the kids, and finally the whole congregation with organ. It gives me goose bumps every year, and has become my favorite carol.

  • 134
    christianne says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is Angels we have heard on high. I think I just like the tempo. My favorite radio holiday song is Chritmas Shoes and my favorite fun Christmas song is Santa Baby – the kellie pickler version.

  • 135
    Dana Kirby says:

    That is a hard question…I love so many. I am going to say Joy To The World. I love the Words. Merry Christmas!

  • 136
    Roshni Patel says:

    Mine has to be Winter Wonderland because its so up lifting and fast and fun!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 137
    Linda w says:

    White Christmas would have to be my favorite song, but I do love them all.

    stamping on…

  • 138
    jett says:

    I love all the holiday songs, but my favorite has to be the TranSiberian Orchestra “A Christmas Story” cd. The music and the story are both amazing. I highly recommend seeing them in concert too. I’ve gone for the last 8 years and love every minute of it.

  • 139
    Bev says:

    My favorite Christmas song is O Holy Night. For my family, the song says it all – the reason we celebrate Christmas.

  • 140
    Christine Nixon says:

    For me, it’s Nat King Cole and the Christmas Song. Nobody can roast those chestnuts over an open fire like Nat King Cole! Beautiful and timeless.

  • 141
    Charlene says:

    My favorite is “Stop the Calvary”. It is just one of those songs that gets you boppin’ around and just in the spirit.

  • 142
    Avonlea says:

    I love…too many! I love “O Holy Night”; because it’s so beautiful and it’s my father’s fave. I love “Silent Night” because I have soooo many memories of singing it in Church every year and it’s such a lovely traditional carol, especially when it’s sung in different many languages! And I love “Carol of the Bells”; love the blend of voices with the pipe organ!

  • 143
    Angie says:

    Joy To The World… my family goes to Midnight Mass and that is my favorite recessional hymn…it makes me think of my mom =)

  • 144
    Stampnurse says:

    My favorite holiday song is Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. I can remember all the words and everyone will join in when I start. Win win all around. Thanks for asking.

  • 145
    Suzy Girl says:

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas……..puts you right in the Christmas spirit.

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    Andrea M says:

    I love “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” – it just reminds me of when we would have Christmas music playing while decorating the tree as kids. Such a great tune!

  • 147
    Gabriela says:

    I love “Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer”, we sing this song every year at my house. Loudly and very off key!

  • 148
    Kimberly Boliver says:

    My favorite song has always been Carol of the bells. I do not have much of a reason other than it sounds so Heavenly. I love all Christmas music.BUt Carol of the bells is just my favorite. I have it for my ring tone after thanksgiving!

  • 149
    Michelle says:

    Away in a Manger is my favorite carol, and White Christmas is my favorite song. I have strong memories of singing Away in a Manger in church as a child, and it reminds me of my grandparents. White Christmas is my favorite song because it is also one of my favorite movies and it just puts me in the Christmas spirit.

  • 150
    Cibele says:

    My favorite is the Christmas Song from Nat King Cole. It reminds me of my mother and Chritsmas memories from my childhood.

  • 151
    Darla says:

    I LOVE “O Holy Night” -it just moves me and gives me chills every time I hear it!!

  • 152
    Becky says:

    Oh gosh, there are so many Christmas carols that I love! I think my favorite is Oh Holy Night because the words are beautiful and I love singing it.

  • 153

    Well since Christmas songs are about the only songs I can sing by heart there are a lot that are my favorite. If I had to pick those I would go with Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. I LOVED that movie growing up and every time I hear the song I think of the movie which was a huge event each Christmas at our house.
    Love this release!!
    Christine

  • 154
    Rhonda H says:

    My favorite is Angels we have heard on High. Love to sing along with this song. It always reminds me of why we are celebrating the season.

  • 155
    KateT says:

    My favorite is “O Holy Night”. I love the part that says, “Fall on you knees…Oh hear the angel’s voices…” This makes me weep every year! I can just imagine all the visitors who came to see baby Jesus and how they must have been in such awe.

  • 156
    Melissa says:

    My favorite song is Winter Wonderland. I love it because it reminds me of a snowy day.

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    Paula I says:

    Rocking Around the Christmas Tree – It always brings me back to my childhood and singing with my sisters using wooden spoons as our microphones. Elvis Presley Blue Christmas would be a close second. My Mom loved his music and would play his holiday album over and over!

  • 158
    Maeghan m. says:

    Hmm, there so many good ones to choose from! I’d say my favorite one to hum along to is probably “Silver Bells,” the version by Meaghan Smith… I listen to it every few weeks now that it’s the middle of fall semester! Thanks for sharing!

  • 159
    Amanda says:

    A Mad Russian’s Christmas by Trans-Siberian orchestra. My husband surprised me with an early Christmas gift a few years ago and took me to their concert. It was awesome!

  • 160
    Sharon says:

    Awww—-little drummer boy makes my heart sing πŸ™‚ I just love that he could bring a gift so unique to Baby Jesus.

  • 161
    Lynne says:

    White Christmas will always be my favorite! We spent several years in the south and always traveled home to Michigan to celebrate with family friends and most often….SNOW!

  • 162

    I like Little Drummer Boy because it really speaks to the meaning of Christmas for me… Jesus is here for all of us! Thanks!

  • 163

    My favorite Christmas song is “Do you hear what I hear”. It was a song I sang in a Christmas program when I was little. It has always just stuck as a favorite!

  • 164
    KariLynn L says:

    I love the song O holy Night. It has always epitomized Christmas for me.

  • 165
    Felicia says:

    I love all the songs Andy Williams performs at Christmas, but my favorite song has to be “The Little Drummer Boy”. I LOVE the traditional Christmas songs!

  • 166
    Naz says:

    Wow that’s a toughie….I’ll have to say Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Its a lot of fun singing it with a group and adding all the background lyrics!

  • 167
    Wendalyn says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Frosty the Snowman” because when I was younger we use to watch that cartoon and it reminds me of my mom and being young. I just love it I normally am humming it from Oct – Christmas. I think it drives hubby nuts..

  • 168
    Bhupesh Patel says:

    My favorite holiday song is Jingle Bells! I love singing along… and its catchy!

  • 169
    Diana F says:

    My favorite carol is Silent Night because the song is basically the story of the night Jesus was born. It has such a soothing melody too.

  • 170
    Lori Washburn says:

    I love Winter Wonderland. It reminds me of snow and I can’t imagine Christmas without snow. πŸ™‚ Good thing I live in Michigan.

    Lori Washburn

  • 171
    Bernadette L. says:

    My favorite is The Christmas Song – just beautiful!

  • 172
    Danielle Emerson says:

    I love “baby it’s cold outside”; it’s a timeless classic from Etta James, Frank Sinatra to the new Glee version with Kurt and Blaine. I smile everytime I hear it and think of snow falling on a dark winter night.

  • 173
    misse336 says:

    It’s hard to pick one favorite, but I guess I’d have to say Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is my favorite traditional Christmas carol. It’s the first song I remember singing at our church’s Christmas Eve candlelight service – my favorite service of the year and one of the memorable Christmas things each year for our family.

  • 174
    Azhar Khan says:

    Jingle bells πŸ™‚ So cheery πŸ™‚

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    Jennifer says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite. It brings back so many memories of Christmas days for years!!!

  • 176
    Lori Y says:

    Christmas carols are about the only thing played at our house the month of Dec. My favorite–Silent Night. It brings back childhood memories of Christmas Eve service at church. It would be the last carol sung before we all left to await Christmas Day! Now I use it as a lullaby for my kiddos when they are needing a little help going to sleep.

  • 177
    Alyssa says:

    I really love lots of Christmas carols, but a family classic is Grandma Got Ran Over By a Reindeer!

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    GinaE. says:

    There are so many – but probably a song called “Christ Child’s Lullaby” sung by Kathy Mattea. It’s an arrangement of a traditional celtic folk song from the Hebrides Islands. It’s beautiful and lilting and the words are fabulous.

  • 179
    K.Rendino says:

    Hmmmm…..Holly Jolly Christmas because I feel like a kid again when I hear it!

  • 180
    Valeria says:

    Joy to the World is my favorite. There is something about the word “joy” that I find elating. Surely what our Lord wants us all to feel?

  • 181

    Christmas Waltz by the Brecker Brothers. I just love this arrangement from the Jazz To The World CD.

  • 182
    Jeni says:

    Come On Ring Those Bells is one of my favorites. We have been singing it at the Christmas Eve service ever since I was younger. It’s starts with the Sunday School Children & then the rest of the church joins in. It’s so fun to hear the young kids when they get to the chorus. It just puts a smile on everyones face.

  • 183
    Lisa J says:

    Not a whole lot more beautiful than O Holy Night!!

    Looks like a FANTASTIC release!

  • 184
    Veronica Z says:

    My favorite is “An Old Fashioned Christmas” by the Carpenters. I have so many Christmas memories listening to this on my parents 8track player, cassette, and then on CD. It is a family favorite and we all still listen to the Carpenters at Christmas time.

  • 185
    Jamie Gr. says:

    Carol of the Bells is my all time favorite Christmas song. It is just so pretty. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 186
    Tricia says:

    My favorite carol has always been “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.” I like the minor key and the serious joy the words describe.

  • 187

    Joy to the World. It captures so much of what I love about Christmas!

  • 188
    Cheryl I. says:

    I love Silver Bells because you don’t get to hear it as often as other Christmas songs, and it reminds me of my first childhood memories of Christmas. O Holy Night is my favorite for it’s message. They both bring such fond memories.

  • 189
    Sue Pardue says:

    I love all Christmas carols but I’d have to say that Silent Night is my favorite! I can’t wait for Christmas!!!

  • 190
    Suzanne Mooney says:

    I love Feliz Navidad. It is also my youngest’s favorite song and we can really belt it out every Christmas.

  • 191
    Jodi e says:

    Silent Night in Spanish. I love the clear simple,beautiful melody. In Spanish is truly warms my heart.

  • 192

    Mine is “Little Drummer Boy” because it not only reminds me of my childhood, but of all little children on Christmas and especially Baby Jesus. Christmas is all about the love in our hearts.

  • 193
    April W says:

    Mine is Silent Night. There’s just something so calming and peaceful about that song…it gives me chills each and every time I hear it. πŸ™‚

    I’m SO excited about this release!!
    – April W

  • 194
    Lori B says:

    Away in the Mnger always reminds me of when my boys were little and in our church’s Christmas program. I can still see them all dressed up in robes and singing their hearts out!!

  • 195
    Marge Sexton says:

    I love all Christmas music, but the one that stands out as my favorite is “Mary Did You Know”, it has such deep meaning, and reflects the true sentiment of the Christmas season. Thanks for always providing us with a question to stir up our memories.

  • 196
    Janet says:

    Without a doubt “O Holy Night”. Brings tears to my eyes every time, and reminds me what it is we’re celebrating at Christmas.

  • 197
    Lindsey says:

    Tough question! I love so many Christmas songs. One that comes to mind, though, is “What Child is This?” It is one of the first Christmas songs I learned to play on the piano when I was a child and my husband also has a special arrangement he’s written on the guitar. I love the words and it is one that we play more than just at Christmas time.

  • 198

    Oh goodness, I love so many of them-especially anything that Harry Connick jr sings. My favorite is probably O Holy Night but my kids are yelling in the background jingle bells.

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    datgh says:

    Because I can’t resist hearing a good chorus sing it, it has to be the Hallelujah Chorus. There is something about the harmony of all the voices singing it for all they are worth but most of all the message. There are also the memories of singing it in Choirs myself.

  • 200
    Lyn says:

    Silent Night – especially when played on guitars. The Manneheim Steamroller rendition is especially moving and I can almost feel the love, peace, and joy that was in the air on that first Christmas.

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    Cara Booher says:

    My favorites are the ones I sang with my girls…We Wish You a Merry Christmas, Jingle Bells, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer etc. As they get older and we sing less, I remember how much fun we had…Christmas shows at school, making ornaments, baking cookies…wonderful memories.

  • 202
    annheidel says:

    That’s a tough question, because I have a lot of top favorite Christmas songs. I love the song “O Holy Night” and since I’ve sung it as a duet with my husband several times, it has sentimental meaning for me. πŸ™‚ “White Christmas” is another favorite because it’s also my favorite Christmas movie. “Suzy Snowflake” ranks high too because I remember singing it around the piano with my mother, and also because of performing that song in “Winter Wonderettes” last year complete with an over-the-top tap routine. I could go on, but I’ll stop there! πŸ™‚

  • 203
    Kim Swenson says:

    Hands down it’s “I want a Hippopotamus for Christmas”! I love that song. I always makes me laugh and smile. It would not be Christmas without it.

  • 204
    Mariana says:

    That’s an easy one, being a Mexican living outside of Mexico, this time of the year is all about the “villancicos” for me, and my favorite one is the theme for “Las Posadas” it reminds me of my childhood in Mexico and that it is all about the birth of Christ!

  • 205

    I love Silent Night, its just such a pretty song. I love the hearing it on Christmas Eve.

  • 206
    Jessica ML says:

    My favorite song is “White Christmas.” I always liked it as a kid but grew to love it after I saw the movie as an adult.

  • 207
    amie says:

    My favorite is “What Child Is This”. I love the melody of Greensleeves. It is such a moving piece.

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    Stephanie W says:

    “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” is my favorite!

  • 209
    Meredith says:

    SO hard to choose!!! I think of all time it’s The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting) by Nat King Cole. That’s true Christmas to me. But I love so many, especially when sung by old timers… Dean Martin, Nat, Fraink Sinatra etc… I start listening to them now!!

  • 210
    betty lou says:

    Hearing the Peanuts gang sweetly sing “Hark the Herald Angels Sing” reminds me of Christmas as a kid! Love Linus telling the Christmas story! That’s what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown!

  • 211
    laura j says:

    “What Child is This” has been my favorite Christmas Carol. It was one of the first songs that our Sunday School class memorized for Christmas eve candlelight services.

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    gladys says:

    i think it would be Jingle bell! hear it everwhere πŸ™‚

  • 213
    Gail G says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is Silver Bells. I remember my father singing it to us when we were little and he had such a smooth, Tony Bennett voice. No one could sing it like my Dad.

  • 214
    Amy G. says:

    “O Little Town of Bethlehem” has been my favorite for years. I love the simple scene the words paint and the quiet calmness of the tune.

  • 215

    My favorite holiday song is “Up on the Roof Top” – also known to me as the “click, click” song. I remember my brother and I singing along while laughing and smiling about the lyrics. Although I am now 40 years old, my parents still tease me about singing this song as a child – all in good fun, of course!

    Thank you for the opportunity to win such a great prize!

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    Iris says:

    Winter Wonderland is my favorite! Reminds me of spending Christmas at my grandparent’s house when I was a kid.

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    kimberli_proctor@hotmail.com says:

    It would have to be “Silent Night”! There is something so serene about the song that just leaves me feeling blessed!

  • 218
    Rosemary D says:

    one of my most favorite christmas carols is “angels we have heard on high”. when i was in the choir in junior high we sang it for a christmas concert and i just fell in love with it then.

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    samtha johnson says:

    My favorite Christmas carol would be “O holy night” , it is so beautiful and speaks of the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 220
    Maryanne Degiorgio says:

    I love all xmas carols as they all have the true meaning of xmas and are all fun to sing with the whole family

  • 221
    Deb says:

    “O Holy Night” is by far my favorite Christmas carol and it doesn’t really matter who sings it!! It’s just a beautiful song that always makes it feel like the holidays are upon us!!

  • 222
    Heather says:

    Silent Night is my favorite – I love the story behind its creation and find it simply beautiful.

  • 223
    Karen H. says:

    Winter Wonderland – I love the melody.

  • 224
    Karen says:

    O come, O Come Emmanuel. I love the minor key this song is written in and it embodies the spirit and reason for celebrating Christ’s birth. I’ll be listening to this song while making my Christmas cards this year!

  • 225
    Kim G says:

    I love O Holy Night and Silent Night. It is so heart warming to hear them sung on Christmas Eve at church.

  • 226
    Kara says:

    I love Jingle Bells. When I was young my brother and I used to make tapes of us singing along with Mitch Miller and send the tapes to my grandma who lived far away. We loved doing that!

  • 227
    Julie Shaskin says:

    I’ve been listening to Christmas Carols all day trying to get in the mood! Right now I’m lovin’ Alice Smith’s rendition of ‘Silver Bells’ from the Hotel Cafe presents WinterSongs … ah, so pretty!

  • 228
    Dee Rose says:

    “O Holy Night” is my favorite carol because it is so beautiful and evokes what was actually happening that special night so long ago. “Silver Bells” is my favorite contemporary holiday song and it always makes me smile in anticipation of Christmas day.

  • 229
    Daisy L says:

    There are so many wonderful Christmas songs to choose from, but I guess “Joy to the World” would be my favorite. I remember my grandmother singing this to me with my grandfather accompanying her on his guitar when I was a little girl.

  • 230
    Janet says:

    O Holy Night. There is something so prayerful, maybe the simplicity of the imagery–the awe of that star!

  • 231
    Robbie Baker says:

    Little Drummer Boy. It was the first Christmas song I learned in school. We sang it for our kindergarten Christmas program. I hate to say how many years ago that was (48!). I remember being so proud that I knew most of the words. It has always had a special place in my heart.

  • 232
    Tessa says:

    There are several I like! Really like Josh Groban’s Believe it’s probably my current fave.

  • 233
    Beverly BL says:

    “White Christmas” because I love that movie and really like when the doors to the barn open and the snow is starting. I’d like to go to that place for Christmas.

  • 234
    Nicole Sison says:

    I love Oh Holy Night. It hits that crescendo of “Fall on your knees…” and my heart swells everytime. Terrific release. Thanks so much for the chance to win it.

  • 235
    Cassie K says:

    Santa Baby by Eartha Kitt is my favorite holiday song. It just makes me smile and feel good.

  • 236
    Sharron A. says:

    I absolutely love “Silent Night”. It is so serene and calm and the first carol I play when I get the Christmas music out.

  • 237
    Kit L says:

    I think it is “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”..because well, it really is the most wonderful time of the year. so festive and a great time for family gatherings since everyone is off for the holidays

  • 238
    Dotty says:

    My favorite is “White Christmas since I have to watch the movie at least twice during the season.

  • 239
    Aimee says:

    I love “Silent Night”… my all time favorite.

  • 240
    Sherrie M. says:

    The Christmas Song though I’m not sure why its called that….Its the one that starts ‘Chestnuts Roasting on an open fire’….I have fond memories of my parents playing Nat King Cole’s version so many times when I was a child.

  • 241
    Viki says:

    Because of the ages that my kids are at our favorite Christmas tune is “Santa Clause is coming to town”. The kids love singing that song and they sound so cute when they do. Looking forward to ordering some stamps. Thanks for the chance at winning such great product!!

  • 242
    LorraineN says:

    Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree by the Partridge Family (seriously). My brother loved it and played it all the time when we were little.

  • 243
    Karen says:

    I love the song “Mary Did You Know”. It brings chills to me just thinking about what it must have been like for Mary at the time of her baby’s birth and throughout the rest of his life.

  • 244

    Little Drummer Boy – there’s just something about this song that just resonates in my soul.

  • 245
    Alicia says:

    Mine is “Hark The Herald Angels Sing.” I love it in any form, sung with the congregration at church, or singing along with Amy Grant. It never fails to give me chills.

  • 246
    Tina A. says:

    White Christmas– the one in Home Alone. My sister, my father, and I always sing it on Christmas morning, falsetto, harmonies, and all. πŸ™‚

  • 247
    Marilyn P says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “What Child is this”. Whenever I hear it, it really makes me reflect on the reason we are celebrating the season of Christmas. It’s a beautiful song and still gives me goosebumps when I hear it.

  • 248
    Allison T. says:

    My favorite song is the Christmas Song. Chestnuts rOasting on an open fire! Such fun !!

  • 249
    Julia Muscari says:

    “I’m dreaming of a White Christmas…” Makes me think of holidays with my family and watching movies together…

  • 250

    My favorite holiday song is one that won’t be familiar to anyone unless they are French, it’s called “Petit Papa Noel”. It reminds me of us growing up in France and all the wonderful memories of what a white Christmas looks like!

  • 251
    Nona says:

    Joy to the World because that was one one the first Christmas songs my grandmother taught me to play on the piano.

  • 252
    Diana K says:

    “Oh Holy Night” is, to me, the most moving of the Christmas songs and I just love it! It’s so grand and true and says everything about what Christmas is all about.

  • 253
    Cindy S. says:

    I’m a sucker for Christmas songs. I love them all and begin annoying my husband with them the day after Halloween (his rule: No Christmas music before Halloween). But the one song that I always hum if I’m under a lot of stress is “Deck the Halls.” It can be March and if I’m under a lot of pressure or stress, I’ll be humming “Deck the Halls.”

  • 254
    Karen Ramsey says:

    I just love Greensleaves. It is just such a beautiful song and it takes me back to when I sang in the church choir as a young girl. We sang it every year.

  • 255
    Jenny J. says:

    Its a toss up between Jingle Bell Rock, because it was a choir staple growing up. And White Christmas…sung by Bing Crosby. Love the lyrics, the music…just puts me in that vintage Christmas kind of mood.

  • 256
    Laurie H says:

    I have two. “Oh Come all Ye Faithful” and “What Child is This”. I like the first because it is how we always end our Christmas Eve service and there is something about a thousand people singing that to candle light that just warms my heart. The latter has one of my most favorite melodies of all time. Both are very special to me.

  • 257
    June K. says:

    It has to be Jingle Bells as it is the very first Christmas song I learned in school.

  • 258
    Kristin D says:

    It is pretty hard to pick only one Christmas carol, but I will go with “O Holy Night.” My grandmother gave me her old sheet music of the song when I was younger, and I love singing it every year. She entered into glory this past June, and so now, for me, the song will now be a part of her legacy of music to me and an ongoing testimony to her love of our Savior.

  • 259
    Barb says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite whether sung or instrumental. Ever since I heard it played on a bugle there has really been no other way to hear it for me. It was the most beautiful, haunting rendition I’ve ever heard.

  • 260
    Laura says:

    There are a lot of them that I like,just depends on who is singing it. To choose one would be “Mary Did You Know”.

  • 261
    Heather DG says:

    Oh Holy Night is my fave traditional song I think because it makes me feel the awe and deep meaning of the Saviors birth.

    We Need a Little Christmas is my fave non traditional…it is all the anticipation and joy that I feel for Christmas wrapped into a zippy little tune. Since I start counting down the days to Christmas the day after Christmas and listen to Christmas music starting in June, it just sums it all up for me.
    Thanks for another month of fun!!!

  • 262
    Vanessa says:

    I love silent night it is one of my favorite Christmas carols.

  • 263
    Elle says:

    I have so many favorites and I know my pick is going to be an odd one, but I LOVE Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You”….it just really gets me in the mood and gets me excited….something about that beat…lol But I do have so many others. Can’t believe it is almost that time!

  • 264
    Kelli W says:

    Mine is a little untraditional, but one of my favorites is Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer. Growing up we use always play it for my grandma at our Christmas Eve family gathering.

  • 265
    Pat from SD says:

    Jingle Bells. It reminds me of being in grade school singing and performing for our Christmas program for our parents.

  • 266
    Claire says:

    Silent night – it was one of the first christmas songs I learnt to play on the piano, and is such a classic song, that sounds beautiful in any language.

  • 267
    Victoria Nelson says:

    Sleigh Ride is my most favorite song. I just love it and picture myself on that snowy ride every time I hear the song.

  • 268
    Sarah Fisher says:

    My favorite song has to “Jingle Bells” because it reminds me of my first grade school music concert when I was in Kindergarten.

  • 269
    Ivette says:

    It has to be Silent Night because it is about the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 270
    Kerri says:

    Definitely “Joy to the World” – such an outburst of celebration and excitement! I love the idea of ‘heaven and nature’ singing together to express the wonder of a new birth.

  • 271
    Michelle M. says:

    I love “O Holy Night”, it’s one of the most beautifully written carols I’ve ever heard! It brings me such peace and comfort during such a crazy time of the year.

  • 272
    Suzanne D. says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” because of the line “Through the years we all will be together, if the fates allow.” It really makes me think of all the happy times we’ve had together as a family over the years and makes me pause to remember all of the loved ones we’ve lost, but who remain with us in spirit. This song makes me forget all my troubles and really remember to celebrate the spirit of the season.

  • 273
    Erica says:

    Mary’s Boy Child – sung to the calypso beat. So festive, yet it’s what Christmas is all about.

  • 274
    Lou says:

    LOL – I’ve had the Christmas Carols on today!! YES – I absolutely LOVE all things Christmas and today I set aside to start on my Christmas gifts and cards so, of course, I need to listen to carols! I couldn’t possibly choose a favourite carol – maybe ‘Santa Clause is Coming to Town!’

    Lou

  • 275
    Shauna says:

    Love love loving this month’s release- best ever!! My favorite Christmas carol is ” I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.” can’t wait to place an order πŸ˜€

  • 276
    Sharon D says:

    How can I pick one! I love O Holy Night, Oh Little Town of Bethlehem, Silver Bells, Joy to the World–I like all the traditional carols because it reminds me of Christmas when I was little.

  • 277
    Becky P. says:

    I love Santa Claus is coming to town. When I was 13, I had to do a dance in a parade for over an hour to that song. It was a lot of fun, and always brings back great memories.

  • 278
    Karen says:

    Silent night, because it’s so pretty and peaceful.

  • 279
    Sandra O'Sullivan says:

    Mine has to be Do They Know It’s Christmas’ by Band Aid – When we make our annual trip out to see the Christmas lights we always play it and sing along and try to guess who is singing

  • 280
    Rose A says:

    Definitely little drummer boy
    It reminds me of singing in church choirs as a little girl !!
    Thanks as always for the chance to win !

  • 281
    Kristie H says:

    My favorite has always been “Silent Night”. I always am humming it around the house between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

  • 282
    jeannine says:

    it would have to be “winter wonderland” because i like the words & the tune is one that i can’t mess up too bad. thanks.

  • 283
    Kathy Grimsdale says:

    It’s hard to narrow it down to just one, but I’m going to pick Silent Night, because it’s one of the first Christmas carols I learned as a child, and I love the story behind the origin of this song.

  • 284
    Mary Sue says:

    My favorite christmas carol is O Holy Night

  • 285
    Durinda says:

    I like “Jingle Bells” because it makes me feel happy, it’s upbeat and it’s a good family song.

  • 286
    Helen F. says:

    Love “O Holy Night”! When the church choir sings this carol at Mass, I am reminded of the true meaning of this beautiful season. Tears always well up each and every time I hear it.

  • 287
    Polly says:

    I always liked What Child is This? It reminds me of singing this in church with my family.

  • 288
    Michelle says:

    My favorite is “Let it Snow”…..I just love the idea of being in the house in front of a roaring fire!

  • 289
    Kelly says:

    Mary, Did You Know? sung by Natalie Cole. It makes me sing along.

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    Barb G says:

    “Away In A Manger” – I love the words but also because when I told my Sunday School preschoolers to sing it so the congregation could hear them they certainly obeyed my request – you could probably hear it a mile down the road they were so loud.

  • 291
    Donna Cole says:

    It is ‘O Holy Night’ hands down. Every year our church choir performed a Christmas contata and that song would bring me to tears. I always have special memories when I hear it.

  • 292
    Nancy Ludwick says:

    My favorite carol is “Silent Night”, especially when sung during Christmas Eve Service. There’s a hush in the church and the night seems so holy and special.

  • 293
    Taheerah says:

    O Come All Ye Faithful was always one of my favourites. I just love carols so much, it’s one of the most enjoyable things for me around that time of the year!!

  • 294
    Debbie Wright says:

    Walking in a Winter Wonderland, just love it. Remember my Mom playing it on the piano as a child. We also had a music box that was only put out at Christmas time that played this song.

  • 295
    Jennie says:

    I love all Christmas music! I have to say that O Holy Night is probably my favorite, I just love the lyrics and it is just a magical song for a magical season! πŸ™‚

  • 296
    Terri says:

    I love Frosty The Snowman as it brings back the excitement of the holiday season and wonderful childhood memories of Christmas past.

  • 297
    Amy Zwierz says:

    Little Drummer Boy~ the whole story it tells just really is like my life. I may not be able to give expensive gifts, but I give my time and my talents to others.

  • 298
    Kathy A says:

    It’s a toss up between O Holy Night and Mary Did You Know?

  • 299
    Judy Stiles says:

    My all-time favorite is the classic “Silent Night.” I grew up in a small town in the Midwest and I remember as a little girl going caroling. We always sang Silent Night!

  • 300

    “O Holy Night” is my all-time favorite holiday song. I always enjoyed it, but once I heard it sung live, and since then, it’s been my favorite Christmas song.

  • 301
    Donelle u says:

    I’ve always thought Silent Night was one of the most beautiful songs but I also like Natalie Merchant’s version of Children Go Where I Send Thee on the CD A Very Special Christmas 3. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  • 302
    Lauren M. says:

    O Holy Night…it’s just gorgeous! And Sleigh Ride…it’s just so fun and festive!!!

  • 303
    Dana W says:

    White Christmas. Every year me and my mom watch the movie together, and everytime i hear it on the radio it makes me think of those times together!

  • 304
    Ann says:

    “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” is such a fun and happy song, especially singing it with the kids.

  • 305
    Laurel S says:

    I just love Santa Claus is coming to town because I love everything Santa! Another favorite is Winter Wonderland. OH heck, pretty much just love having holiday music playing especially if Burl Ives is singing, hehehe

  • 306
    Kellie B says:

    Definitely the “Little Drummer Boy”! Rump pa pa pum….

  • 307
    Noreen says:

    “Oh Holy Night” I just like the words and the music.

  • 308
    Deb says:

    Jingle Bells sung by Bing Crosby. When I was in college, I did this little dance kicking my legs that made my roomates roll on the floor laughing.

  • 309
    Penny P. says:

    I love “The Little Drummer Boy” and love the claymation Christmas special that was on every yea as a kid.

  • 310
    Tosha says:

    O Holy Night, I have never heard this played or sung when it did not draw me in. I long for the day I can play it well on the violin, I mean really well!
    My husband (guitar) and I play (violin) while collecting for food pantry during the Christmas season and even though O Holy Night is my favorite…we really like playing Jingle Bells because every little kid will stop and sing! Now that is joy!

  • 311
    kathleena says:

    I love Winter Wonderland, probably because I grew up in south Louisiana, where we never had a Winter Wonderland! It makes me feel very much in the Christmas Spirit!

  • 312
    Suzanne E. says:

    There are so many that I really like so I’m going to go with Silent Night. No specific reason why. I love Christmas carols up until about Dec 1st because the stores have over played them and worn them out by then.

  • 313
    toni1 says:

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing! It reminds of Chistmas with my family because we always sang it at midnight mass Christmas Eve together.

  • 314
    Loricabo says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite. It’s such a strong, moving song, it almost brings me to tears when I hear it.

  • 315
    Geri Greening says:

    I am also going to say Little Drummer Boy but SPECIFICALLY the version where David Bowie sings and harmonizes along with a taped version of Bing Crosby singing the beloved carol! It gives me goose bumps just thinking about it and everytime I see it….I cry! You really must google it and watch it!

  • 316
    Karen in RI says:

    Away in the Manger has always been my favorite Christmas carol. I can remember singing it in kindergarten.

  • 317
    Maggie Wickersham says:

    Winter Wonderland. It has such a fun tune and just conveys everything winter to me.

  • 318
    Ngan R. says:

    Little Drummer Boy is a lovely and fun song. My church choir sings it every year and it puts great joy into my heart when I hear the song.

  • 319
    Linda Hopton says:

    Silent Night because of memories of singing it together with my family gathered around the organ in our livingroom.

  • 320
    Dana says:

    Carol of the Bells. Every time I hear it I get the chills. It is amazing.

  • 321
    Angela says:

    I love “Silver Bells”…especially when i hear Doris Day sing! Something about the hustle and bustle of Christmas always gets me in the spirit for Christmas…what a coincidence, Papertrey also has been getting me in the holiday spirit!

  • 322
    Victoria Fry says:

    O Holy Night! Itis just the best song ever for Christmas.

  • 323
    Holly says:

    Away in a Manger. It is the first one I learned to play on the piano when my grandma was teaching me.

  • 324
    Beth says:

    I love anything by John Rutter. Candlelight Carol is definitely a favorite. The rich choral harmonies are exquisite.

  • 325
    Nicky says:

    My favorite Christmas Carol is, Once in Royal Davids City.It reminds me of when I was in school, we always sang Christmas Carols during our Christmas assembly. It’s a beautiful song!

  • 326
    Heather B. says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite Christmas song of all time. It makes me stop and remember the true reason we celebrate Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Heather B.

  • 327
    Linda Carson says:

    Joy to the World!! Because heaven and nature sings the birth of a King!

  • 328
    Valerie S. says:

    Feliz Navidad! It is just so much fun singing in both English and Spanish. Every time I hear it I can’t help but sing along.

  • 329
    Michelle says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Believe” by Natalie Grant. Favorite carol would be “Silent Night”

  • 330
    Karen says:

    My favourite carol is “Oh Holy Night”. I can sometimes be moved to tears if this is well sung. Great release as usual.

  • 331

    Oh, sooo many! I do always enjoy It’s beginning to look a lot like christmas! That always pops up in my head, when I see all the decorations showing up, with the first snow and when you see lights in the evening! Love it! But from pop songs, I love Last christmas as well!!
    Hugs, Wendy

  • 332
    Mindy says:

    I love What Child is This because it has a beautiful melody and meaningful lyrics.

  • 333
    Sandra K says:

    Thanks for such a fantaby release.
    I love the traditional carols. Joy to the World is my favourite, it’s so fun when we belt it out all together at church on Christmas Eve.

  • 334
    Kara says:

    I love Christmas carols. I love them all from Silent Night to Frosty to Grandma Got Ran Over By A Reindeer. There’s something special about the hymns and songs that grace this “most wonderful time of the year”.

  • 335
    Sergio Gamez says:

    We Need A Little Christmas is by far my favorite christmas song. I always think of my brother, who is far from home at work, and the way he used to sing it with the choir at school (english classes). A beautiful broadway song, turned into one of my favorite songs ever.

  • 336
    Kelly says:

    I love “White Christmas”– it’s the first holiday song we listen to every year as we’re decorating the tree– when I hear it, I know that the Christmas season has officially begun!

  • 337
    Lorrie says:

    “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Vince Vance and the Valiants. The power of her voice and the soulful beat of the music makes me want to dance and sing every time I hear it.

  • 338
    Isabel Z says:

    There are so many beautiful Christmas songs but if I had to pick one I would go with “Oh Holy Night” because it reminds me of the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 339
    Angela says:

    My favorite Christmas song is Oh Holy Night because it shows what Christmas is truly about. Also it is such a powerful song that requires heart and soul to sing.

  • 340
    Kathy V. says:

    Star of the East is my favorite. I sang this carol “solo” when I was in the 4th grade in school,(1948). And it has always been dear to me, all of these years.

  • 341
    julie coit says:

    jingle bells all the way!! That holiday song always puts everyone in a good mood and in the christmas spirit!!

  • 342
    Priscilla from California says:

    I’m not entirely sure why but I really like “O Holy Night”. When sung by a group, it’s beautiful and majestic.

  • 343
    Regina M says:

    I have the fondest memory of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” because it was the first song I ever danced with a boy to. I was really shy and not very good around boys, but a very nice friend of mine asked me to dance with him to this Christmas carol and it has been one of my favorites now for many, many years!

  • 344
    Katarina M says:

    Oh Holy Night is the most beautiful Christmas song I have ever heard. I love Christmas, and this release is what makes creating for Christmas so worth it!

  • 345
    Martha D says:

    A song called Indiana Christmas by Straight No Chaser. It is a lovely song and something about it just moves me. I listen to it constantly. Straight No Chaser is an a cappella group and they have the most amazing Christmas cd’s.

  • 346

    O Holy Night has always been one of my favorites because it is absolutely beautiful and moving. I’m already looking forward to holiday music season, which starts right after Thanksgiving in our house!

  • 347

    Feliz Navidad is a fav, quite cheery and classic! πŸ™‚

  • 348
    Marsha says:

    My favorite Christmas song is ‘Do you hear what I hear?’ I love it so much I find myself singing it in the summertime. The opening line, “said the night wind to the little lamb …” I often think of animals in the pasture being spoken to by the winds. Such a beautiful song.

  • 349
    Lizzie Jones says:

    Hmmm…what a difficult question. I love so many of the playful Christmas songs from the 1940s and 1950s, but the song that I remember most from my childhood is Silent Night. The church I went to as a child would always include Silent Night in the midnight service. It was so beautiful with the candles flickering and the whole congregation singing in unison. A happy memory to this day.

  • 350
    Kim Horlander says:

    Definitely White Christmas! Just always makes me feel warm inside. Love the Bing Crosby version, his voice is just so incredibly smooth!

  • 351
    Marlena says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”. I was blessed to have my husband home every Christmas for the past 19 years…which is a MIRACLE for a military family. I remember that song was running through my head when I thought he would miss our first child’s First Christmas. He came home that Christmas Eve. It still brings tears to my eyes.

  • 352
    Kristy says:

    Every song from “The Forgotten Carols.” I’ve been to the musical, have the CD, the book, etc. It is absolutely amazing. If I have to narrow it down to one favorite, it would be “Let Him In.” Everyone should have this CD!!!

  • 353
    Trish says:

    Away In A Manger is my favorite Christmas carol. The words remind me to practice gratitude even more. I’ve enjoyed all the inspiration this week, as always!
    Trish

  • 354
    Catherine J. says:

    It is definitely “Carol of the Bells.” I have loved that song since I was a kid. I was always in choir in school and it was one of the songs we did every year during the holidays. I loved how the song was sung in rounds. It was like “Row Row Row Your Boat, ” much prettier.

  • 355
    Judy Lenzini says:

    I love the song Mary did you know? It is a lesser known Christmas song and it is just so beautiful.

  • 356
    BeccyH says:

    Silent Night has got to be my favorite — I think it was the first Christmas song my kids learned to sing. What memories!!

  • 357
    Avital says:

    I love “Little Drummer Boy” too and also “the First Noel”

  • 358
    michelle says:

    Jingle bell rock… Because it has such a fun beat an really gets people moving and singing joyfully…. Merry Christmas xoxo MM

  • 359
    SherrieT says:

    Marshmallow Christmas. Bing always makes me think of Christmas in a more simpler time. part of me wishes I would have grown up in the generation before me. We move at such a rushed crazy pace all year but it is Christmas time that I wish most that we could slow it all down and cherish every moment. My girls even love Bing!!

  • 360
    AuroraDawn says:

    For me its ‘Silent Night’ I was brought up in Germany and learnt it in its original form when I was a child ‘Stille Nacht’. Brings back many happy memories.

  • 361
    Michelle says:

    My favorite christmas song is Avalon’s “Light A Candle”

  • 362
    Kris says:

    All of the Messiah. We put it on every year while we are decorating the tree…..family tradition and really sets the tone for the Holidays.

  • 363
    Greta H says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Angels We Have Heard On High” which my high school choir walked into the gym singing in the dark holding candles for our annual Christmas program. I did that for 3 years & I’ve never forgotten it even though it’s now been over 40 years ago.

  • 364
    Patty says:

    “Away In A Manger” is one of my favorite songs. The words are so meaningful to me and talks about our Lord and SAvior as King.

  • 365
    Diane K says:

    I absolutely love Silent Night by Mannheim Steamroller. Our youngest son took us to one of their concerts and that is a treasured memory.

    Diane

  • 366
    Wendy Hare says:

    White Christmas because it reminds me of my parents playing it around the holiday season on the old record player console.

  • 367
    Joni Kix says:

    My favorite song is “Christmas is My Favorite Time of Year,” because Christmas is my favorite time of year. :oD

  • 368
    melissa says:

    I have many favorites… and many Christmas CD’s to prove it!!! lol But I think “Winter Wonderland” is most memorable because my mom & I would sing this one together while doing dishes in December.

  • 369
    Suzi Foster says:

    That’s a good one! There’s a version by Bare Naked Ladies and Sarah McLauchlin (sp?) It’s fantastic!

  • 370
    Bonnie Ditto says:

    Silent Night when sung as we leave church on Christmas Eve.

  • 371
    Kriss says:

    Silver Bells! I used to sing it with my Mom, she had a beautiful voice, I miss her everyday, but even more so around Christmas. A wonderful song with special memories attached to it.

  • 372
    Chris K says:

    There are so many but I really love O Holy Night and I’ll be Home for Christmas. O Holy Night reminds us that we are celebrating our dear Saviour’s birth and I’ll be Home for Christmas for it’s celebration of family.

  • 373
    Louise says:

    Silent Night. It is so Christmas for me. Candle light service on Christmas Eve at church with family.

  • 374
    bunni says:

    It’s “Silent Night.” Whenever I hear it, I remember being about 5 yrs. old hearing it at midnight mass, and holding my dear mother’s hand.

  • 375
    Mary B says:

    My favorite Christmas hymns would be Silent Night and O Holy Night. For more secular, I love the songs Trans Siberian Orchestra plays in concert. This is a fabulous release month for PTI. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 376
    Pam Young says:

    Mary Did You Know. This song captures the reason I celebrate Christmes!!

  • 377
    Elizabeth B says:

    I love all christmas music, the whole season really, but I have to admit that Baby it’s Cold Outside, by FAR, is my favorite these days.

  • 378
    Flo S says:

    I can’t decide if my favorite hymn is Angels We Have Heard on High or O Holy Night. My favorite Christmas song is White Christmas, along with the Movie. I love most Christmas hymns and songs and even though I haven’t been in years, Christmas caroling. The time will be here soon.

  • 379
    Amy Papale says:

    Silent Night! That song comes to mind since it is so calming and beautiful. Thanks for a chance to win!

  • 380
    Kim P says:

    It’s hard because they are such special songs. I love the newer “Mary, did you know?” because it really makes me think and feel.

  • 381
    Deb P. says:

    I must say it is O Holy Night…difficult to sing but oh so beautiful to listen to. It takes your breath away.

  • 382
    Diane Jaquay says:

    Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas has always been a favorite of mine. I remember seeing Judy Garland singing it in Meet Me In St. Louis, and it always fills me with deep emotions when I hear it.

  • 383
    Jan Ledman says:

    Silent Night is my favorite. The song is so peaceful.

  • 384

    White Christmas by Bing Crosby. When Bing was 10, he moved to the town where I live(Spokane, WA) so it has some sentimental meaning, and I just really like the song especially on a cold, snowy day!

  • 385
    Pamela says:

    Without a doubt my favorite is “Oh Holy Night”. It never fails to remind what the season is really all about and is so beautiful when sung well!

  • 386
    GINA says:

    My favorite is O Holy Night. It’s so beautiful and it makes me cry!

  • 387

    Oh Holy Night, love it, love it, love it!

  • 388
    jmitchell@gmail.com says:

    my favorite carol is “Silent Night”. I think it describes the Christmas Season so well and yet in such beautiful words and images. Not to mention that the melody is outstanding!

  • 389
    see mary stamp says:

    That’s a tough one. I love Christmas music. Emmylou Harris’ Light in the Stable is lovely. Hark the Herald Angels Sing and Oh Come Oh Come Emmanuel remind me of singing in church as a child. Winter Wonderland and Sleigh Ride, Carol of the Bells, I could go on and on. I don’t think I have a favorite really. I love them all.

  • 390
    Heidi says:

    It’s not a traditional Christmas song… but is a favorite by Kenny Chesney “Thank God for Kids” it makes me smile!!

  • 391
    MJ (good_day1214) says:

    O Holy Night brings me to tears when sang in church. For fun carols, Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer cracks me up each time I hear it.

  • 392
    Susan O says:

    I also adore O Holy Night and how it often gives me goosebumps! But Joy to the World always makes me smile. Hard to decide…

  • 393
    CrafteA says:

    I like the 12 Days of Christmas because it is the only one that I learned all the words to when I was a child. But, Silent Night is the one I just love because it is the meaning for the season.

  • 394
    Cheryl says:

    I love O Holy Night, especially when it is sung by Nat King Cole. Just beautiful.

  • 395
    Brandi Pitts says:

    I love the Carol of the Bells!

  • 396
    Patricia G. says:

    I absolutely love “Little Drummer Boy”. It’s such a meaningful song.

  • 397
    Donna Garvin says:

    There are so many that I love. A sentimental favorite is Santa Claus is Coming to Town because it always brings back memories of my two little girls singing this song so very excited about Santa coming. I also love Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas it always helps to put me in the Christmas Spirit.

  • 398
    Carol R says:

    My favorite is ‘Carol of the Bells’. I love the quick pace to it. The majestic feel from the rising notes. I’ll stop everything to hear it.

  • 399
    Kimberly says:

    My grandmother used to pull out the Mitch Miller Christmas album that had lyric sheets to pass out for sing-a-longs. So pretty much any of those songs are happy memories but probably a favorite would be “its beginning to look a lot like Christmas”.

  • 400
    Karen says:

    Oh Holy Night for sure. As a young girl I was in a Christmas program and one of the girls in my class sang this sond. It was so beautiful I will never forget it.

  • 401
    Emily W. says:

    I love Corelli’s Concerto Grosso in G minor (aka, the Christmas concerto). I used to be a cellist and loved playing the solo portion.

  • 402
    JoAnn Borella says:

    Some Children see him by Andy Williams. It just reminds me that Christmas
    is for everyone. No matter what color or nationality.

  • 403

    My favorite carol is The Christmas Song. Every time I hear it I feel like snuggling with my family. I just love everything about that song.

  • 404
    sarah says:

    it’s gotta be jingle bells. i’m a first grade teacher, and to hear them belt it out is just too cute!

  • 405
    Deanna Jean says:

    There are so many beautiful songs…but I would have to say my favorite one is Mary Did You Know. It is such a touching song and is what Christmas is all about.

  • 406

    I’mmmmm dreaming of a whiiiiite Christmas….. Because I lived in California and gosh I wanted snow so bad! πŸ™ Finally moved to Idaho as an adult and get it more often than not. Christmas wishes do come true!

  • 407
    Melissa says:

    I like the song Winter Wonderland. Its my favorite because it reminds me of a pretty snowy winter day.

  • 408
    Cat Darling says:

    I love “Silent Night”. It’s the first Christmas carol that I learned when I was about six years old. I know all of the verses. I remember singing it in the car with my younger sister on the way to my Aunt’s house on Christmas Eve night.

  • 409
    malissa says:

    I love Silent Night. I think it’s just peaceful.

  • 410
    Cheryl B. says:

    I love Christmas carols. I threw Christmas parties during the 80’s and 90’s. We would gather around the piano and sing Christmas carols. My favorite carol is “Hark the Herald Angels Sing”. It encompasses the reason for the season. ” Born to raise the Sons of Earth. Born to give them Second Birth. Hark the Herald Angels Sing. Glory to the New Born King!”

  • 411
    Soh Jung Sophia Lee says:

    I love to sing “silent night holy night” during christmas season.
    My church has a tradition to visit each members’ house and sing the song during the christmas eve.
    The song makes me feel holy and peaceful.

  • 412
    Dee in N.H. says:

    Oh for sure it is The Little Drummer Boy! It has been my favorite since I was a little kid. It always takes me back to when I was a kid eagerly waiting for all of the relatives to arrive for our special dinner. All the kids laughing and playing!

  • 413
    Sheryl B. says:

    My favorite Christmas song is, without a doubt, Silent Night. At our church service on Christmas Eve, that’s the last carol sung, and it’s sung by candlelight. Everyone attending gets a candle to light and hold….such a beautiful sight with only candles glowing in the church……all the lit candles raised up to heaven in celebration of Jesus’ birth.

  • 414
    Jan S. says:

    My favorite has got to be “O Holy Night”. I always get chills as it helps me to remember the true meaning of Christmas!

  • 415
    Carol H says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “O Holy Night.” What a beautiful song–the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 416
    Donna Sledzik says:

    Love the stamps and dies. Such inspiration .

  • 417
    Jennifer S says:

    My favorite holiday song is White Christmas. I always loved to watch the movie as a kid, and the song reminds of the movie. I love to listen to it every year!!

  • 418
    Deborah S says:

    O Come All Ye Faithful is inexplicably moving to me. On Christmas Eve we sing this at church and always it brings tears to my eyes.

  • 419
    Yoorah lee says:

    What an awesome collection! Of all the ideas going through my head!

  • 420
    Pat M. says:

    I love Silent Night. Christmas is a time to reflect on that long ago night that we were given the greatest gift of all and this song gives wonder to that gift.

  • 421
    Linda says:

    White Christmas…..hands down! The classic version by Bing Crosby.

    Linda

  • 422
    Cammy says:

    Merry Christmas, Darling by The Carpenter’s — my mom and I practically wore this album out when I was growing up — both of us singing along.

  • 423
    Lisa says:

    White Christmas is my favorite Christmas carol because there is something truly magical about gently falling snowflakes on Christmas Eve…slowly covering the walkways and driveways and freshly fallen snow just sparkles and glistens in the moonlight…like glitter! Just thinking about it brings out the child in me ‘remembering’ as I waited for Santa! πŸ™‚

  • 424
    Lisa F . says:

    I absolutely LOVE Christmas carols and Christmas music!! I would have to say my favorite, though, is “O beautiful star of Bethlehem” simply because my fathers side of the family sang this a cappella once, and it was just amazing!!

  • 425
    DebbieZ says:

    I love Santa Baby. It always makes me smile.

  • 426
    Shay says:

    My favorite is “Silent Night” because it so lovely. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 427
    joan says:

    My favorite Carol Song “Oh Holly Night” because it’s so peaceful and really represents what Christmas is all about. I have a lot of different versions of that song and is one of my favorite to hear while making my holiday cards.

  • 428
    Marcia Truslow says:

    “O Holy Night”. It expresses everything that is Christmas and why we celebrate it. I get the chills every time I hear it and/or sing it with my large choral group. It also expresses the hope we all should feel for what our Lord provides for us.

  • 429
    Teresa says:

    I love Mary Did You Know. I heard it the first time a few years ago. I even went out and found a cd with it so I could hear it when I wanted.

  • 430

    I love all Christmas carols but my all time favorite is Winter Wonderland.

  • 431

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas…that line about “should the fates allow” always gets me. Mostly though, it reminds me to just keep things simple and happy.

  • 432
    Karen Wade says:

    I love song Santa Baby! It reminds me of those old fashioned days of romance and wonderment.

  • 433
    Nana Dee says:

    White Christmas, of course!!! Lots of memories associated with that song… Thanks for the chance!

  • 434
    Liz (wifelady) says:

    Tony Bennett’s “My Favorite Things” – I love that big band sound!

  • 435
    karen q says:

    I love Carol of the Bells. It gives me goose bumps every time I hear it. It is the most beautiful piece of Christmas music I have ever heard.

  • 436
    Jen Carter says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Mary Did You Know?”. Wow! This is a song that makes me really think about how Mary, the mother of Jesus, must have felt and the things that she experienced! I love the line that says, “Mary did you know that when you kiss your little Baby you kissed the face of God?”

  • 437
    cissy says:

    up until a few years ago i would have said Silent Night. but now my all time favorite is faith hill’s A Baby Changes Everything. i can sing that song all year long (and i do).

  • 438
    Lori Weinberg says:

    I’ve always loved O Holy Night.

  • 439
    Chris says:

    Oh, Holy Night is my all time favorite.

  • 440
    Roni says:

    12 Days of Christmas is one of our family favorites. After presents are open we all gather around the piano and sing 12 days of Christmas with each family member chiming in on different days. We laugh so hard we can hardly sing sometime!

  • 441
    Nana 4 says:

    Silent Night. It reminds me of the peacefulness of Christmas Eve when all the kids were in bed and knowing how excited they would be in the morning πŸ™‚

  • 442
    Kathy R says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Mary have you Heard”. I first heard this song about 5 years ago by Clay Aiken and thought that it was so beautiful and really captured the meaning of Christmas.

  • 443
    marilyn says:

    “Little Drummer Boy”…most favorite version is Harry Simeone Chorale…but I like the Bob Seger version too.

  • 444
    Nancy Thomas says:

    I love O Holy Night. It never fails to bring tears to my eyes. It reminds me of the real reason for the Christmas holiday.

  • 445
    lainey says:

    My favorite is “O Holy Night” – I’ve loved that song since the first time I heard it in 5th grade when my classmate Kenny sang it solo in glee club. Every time I hear it I think of him and wonder where he is now.

  • 446
    Sheila says:

    Blue Christmas by Elvis…Elvis’ Christmas cd is the first one we pull out every year since our daughter was little and my husband always starts singing that one first. Even at 13 that is still her favorite Christmas cd.

  • 447
    Cynde says:

    O Holy Night is my all time favorite song, my sister use to sing it so beautifully. I always think of her when I hear it. Thanks for a Great release and all the beautiful examples made by all!

  • 448
    Krissie says:

    Rudolph the Red Nose is a favorite of mine. So fun to sing with all the children in school.

  • 449
    Becky Y. says:

    “First Light” isn’t a well-known Christmas song, but it builds from a soft, simple beginning to a grand, glorious ending! Touches my heart every time I hear it.

  • 450
    Kirsten says:

    One of my fondest memories is of my parents playing Johnny Mathis Christmas songs on the record player as we decorated for Christmas. My favorite was The Little Drummer Boy.

  • 451
    Angela NJ says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite Christmas song; it instantly helps me to take a deep breath and remember the true meaning of the holiday. Wouldn’t it be fun if our PTI boxes played holiday music when we opened them this month, sort of like those musical cards? Thanks so very much for a chance to win these fantastic products.

  • 452
    Teresa says:

    Silent Night! The words always remind me what the holiday season is all about and gives me a sense of peace.

  • 453
    Audrey T. says:

    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is definately a favorite. It’s the first holiday song I ever remember learning, and my boys love to sing it too πŸ™‚

  • 454
    ~elle says:

    My favorite is “O Come, All Ye Faithful” with “O Holy Night” being a very close next favorite. They both have uplifting words and beautiful melodies. (Actually, though, I love most of the holiday songs!)

  • 455
    Karen Stein says:

    Do you hear what I hear. I just love the melody and the the warm feeling I get when I hear it.

  • 456
    Renee says:

    Santa’s Beard…The Beach Boys
    NO!
    White Christmas…Bing Crosby
    No…wait!
    Step Into Christmas…Elton John
    No…
    we could be here all night! πŸ™‚
    I love so many…
    and for so many different reasons.
    Some are traditional carols…
    some are beautiful songs of the season…
    some are just fun!
    But Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer will NEVER make my Christmas playlist!

  • 457
    Mary Sue says:

    Oh and I also like “Joy to the world”

  • 458
    Julie Fiehler says:

    My favorite is Silent Night, because of the special feeling it gives to sing it at our Christmas Eve candlelight service.

  • 459
    Paula Laird says:

    I think my favorite carol is “Oh Holy Night”. It’s just so pretty and moving. My favorite holiday song is probably “Please Come Home For Christmas” as that is one of the first songs my husband and I danced to.

  • 460
    Yoorah lee says:

    Silent night. That’s always the song we sang as a family on x-mas

  • 461
    Makalah says:

    Not a traditional carol, but one of my favorite Christmas songs is “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Mariah Carey. It’s one of my favorites because it reminds me of singing along to it with my mom and sisters, like we do every winter (usually while shopping!)

  • 462
    Debbie says:

    What an awesome release! Can’t pick one favorite song, I will have to say my favorite Christmas music is anything by Transiberian Orchestra!

  • 463
    Christie says:

    I am a child of the 80’s and love “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” It always reminds me of that time of my life.

  • 464
    Janet S says:

    O Holy Night, The words are wonderful and the tune is magnificent. When I hear a good soprano sing this song it makes chills go up my spine and almost tie is the Hallalujah Chorus. Doesn’t this song give you goose bumps when you hear a good choir sing this? I hate when Christmas is over because all these wonderful songs are put away till the next Christmas, what a shame.

  • 465
    Suzie says:

    I would have to say Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It takes me back to the days of elementary school (for myself and my kiddos) Christmas programs and dressing up with the construction paper antlers and the cute hand signals that go with the song.

  • 466
    LindaH says:

    I love so many…Christmas is just my favorite time of year…I could probably listen to the songs all year long…they are so uplifting. The Christmas Song by Nat King Cole and White Christmas by Bing Crosby have always been my favorites!

  • 467
    Carol Horn says:

    It will always be Silent Night for me…I have wonderful memories of being a little girl and singing it in church on Christmas eve….

  • 468
    Alanna says:

    My favorite song is Oh Holy Night. I remember playing it on the piano when I was much younger. It always evokes such a special feeling.

  • 469
    Gail E says:

    I love “Oh Holy Night” because for me it sets the tone for the entire Christmas season and helps keep me focused on what this celebration is truly all about.

  • 470
    Amanda S says:

    Fabulous Release!!!! I’m so excited about this one. Okay, my favorite song is O Holy Night. It’s a beautiful song, in both lyric and musically (of which I am so not! LOL). It’s what Christmas is all about, the birth of our Lord and Savior.

  • 471

    “Winter Wonderland” is my all time favourite. When I think of Christmas I just start humming and singing along. Happy memories of my childhood.

  • 472
    kim howard says:

    By far the song that moves me the most during the holidays is “O, Come All Ye Faithful”. It always brings me to tears for some reason.

  • 473
    Kris Chirhart says:

    So many favorites, but I’d probably pick “Little Drummer Boy” because it reminds me of my grandma. Oh Holy Night is a favorite too.

  • 474
    Lee says:

    O Holy Night is one of my favourites. It beautifully conveys the Christmas message.

  • 475
    Dianne Guilinger says:

    O Holy Night is my very favorite! It is beautiful and moving, and embodies the real meaning of Christmas!

  • 476
    amber a says:

    I love Silent Night, especially at the Candlelight Service

  • 477
    Sharon J. says:

    It must be “Last Christmas” ! This song reminds me of the 1st X’mas party I joined in the GOOD OLD DAYS……wow long time ago but can still feel the romance when hearing this song again =)

  • 478
    Tina says:

    Joy to the World, a reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 479
    Patricia says:

    “Jingle Bells” is a favorite. Love ringing the bells and singing with the kids…it’s their all time favorite as well.

  • 480
    Andrea McCulley says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite, especially when all the verses are sung! The music is beautiful and the lyrics are such a poignant reminder of the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 481
    Goldia says:

    I like Silent Night. The family sings every Christmas Eve and the evening always ends with Silent NIght.

  • 482
    Charlene B. says:

    I love “jingle bells”! It reminds me so much of Christmas past as a kid.

  • 483
    Michelle H says:

    My favorite song is “Mary, Did you Know?”, sung by Kenny Rogers. I love how it reminds us of Christ and why He was sent. My eyes tear up every time I hear it.

  • 484
    Kimberly S says:

    O Holy Night! I love the sentiment, the melody, everything about it. And I love that there are so many versions…jazzy, country, acoustic, choral, etc. I love them all!

  • 485
    Sue Brownlow says:

    My favorite carol is Silent Night. Every year our church service concluded at midnight with everyone standing and singing Silent Night in candle light. The handbells and organ play the last verse alone, That starts Christmas day and it’s just beautiful.

  • 486
    Sandy Vincent says:

    “Silent Night” sung by Bing Crosby. Love the words, and love his smooooooth voice.

  • 487
    Jane says:

    My favorite song is Mary let me hold her Baby by Michael Mclean. A beautiful song.

  • 488
    Kris A says:

    We have to pick just one?? That’s tough….but I would pick “Silent Night”. Love the melody and how everyone sings it quietly. Christmas carol sing alongs are my favorite part of the holidays.

  • 489
    Yvonne S. says:

    It has got to be Sleigh Ride. I just love that up beat tempo and it is always the first song they play on our local radio station to kick off the holiday season!

  • 490
    Wanda says:

    Mine has got to be Silent Night. That song always makes me tear up. So many souls have been saved by listening to this song. It truly touches the heart of anyone who listens to the words and lets them sink in…The True Meaning of Christmas…Silent Night…Holy Night…All Is Calm…All Is Bright…Ahhhhh can’t you hear now…….Sleep In Heavenly Peace…

  • 491
    Tammy Terry says:

    My favorite is Away in a Manger. I can remember being a little girl setting in church singing it.

  • 492
    Audrey says:

    I really like Silent Night as it is very calming and reflective of the reason for the season.

  • 493
    kathleen says:

    I Love little drummer boy because it reminds me of my older brother of when he would sing it.

  • 494
    Francie says:

    Angels We Have Heard on High for the sheer beauty of the season. Feliz Navidad because it just makes me happy.

  • 495

    I love Mary Did You Know because it is about the reason for the season!!

  • 496
    Wendy Rivard says:

    My favorite Christmas song/carol has to be Mary, Did You Know? It’s so touching and captures the true essence of the reason we celebrate this wonderful season!

  • 497
    Carol says:

    Carol of the Bells! It has my name in it! πŸ˜‰ It is up tempo, it makes me walk away singing it, and whether it’s sung on instrumental…it is beautiful!

  • 498
    Marianne Blauvelt says:

    I don’t have a favorite but Joy to the World is close to the top of my list. It expresses the reason for the season.

  • 499
    June says:

    O Holy Night is one of my favorites. It always brings chill bumps when I hear it. I love all of the Christmas hymns that I grew up singing in church.

  • 500

    I have always LOVED the song Silver Balls!! =D
    We always used to sing it when we were little~it was my grandmas favorite song!! =D
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  • 501
    jmp in Cambridge, ma says:

    Carol of the bells is my favorite carol. Not sure why…I’ve just always loved it and now ask my hubs to play it on the piano for me πŸ™‚

  • 502
    Sue D says:

    Definitely Silent Night because we sing it at church on Christmas Eve with just candlelight.

  • 503
    Giddy says:

    “What Child is This” is my favorite Christmas carol; it is a very spiritual and moving song.

  • 504
    Linda Richmond says:

    Silent Night. This one always calms my mind and makes me remember why we celebrate Christmas.

  • 505
    N Vines says:

    Glor–ooo-ooo–ooo-ria, in excelsis Deo! I always loved when we would sing this in church and the organ would stop playing and the congragation would stager the chorus. So up lifting.

  • 506
    Nicole says:

    I always love to hear ‘Jingle Bell Rock’; it’s a fun holiday tune that I can dance to!

  • 507
    Rhonda Cummins says:

    My favorite carol is “Oh Holy Night”. This was one of my mother’s favorite songs of the holidays. It always makes me think of her.

  • 508
    Susan P. says:

    My favorite would be O Holy Night……..it’s beautiful every time I hear it.

  • 509
    lesa wolfe says:

    I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, performed by Casting Crowns. It was written out of sadness by H. W. Longfellow, But it also expressed his optimism and belief in God.
    When the choir starts singing during the Casting Crowns song, it is so inspiring and beautiful, I can’t wait until Christmas!

  • 510
    Caroline says:

    Silent Night–this was a favorite as we sang it before opening presents. My Grandfather, long ago, started this tradition and we carry it on still. Along with other Christmas Carols.

  • 511
    Glenda J says:

    There are so many great songs.. my favourite traditional song is “O Holy Night”… my favourite contemporary song is “The Christmas Song” by Dave Matthews. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 512
    carole kerr says:

    The Little Drummer Boy. It’s sad and poignant. Melancholy and haunting. Love it.

  • 513
    Stacey says:

    Jingle Bells is my favorite because my kids love to sing it!

  • 514
    Kim says:

    I love the ‘Little Drummer Boy’…it has such a nice meaning and chokes me up every time.

  • 515
    Marjorie Henseler says:

    I like “Do You Hear What I Hear?” – even though I am not religious at all. I just like the melody and the sound of it.

  • 516
    Janet says:

    My favorite song has always been jingle bells. It’s such a happy song and reminds me of being a brownie leader to my daughter’s troup many year’s ago. Those little girls loved singing this song!

  • 517
    Deena Hopkins says:

    Sleigh Ride. I am a musician and the tapping of the sleigh bells in the percussion section is just the absolute *perfect* Christmas sound.

  • 518
    Janet says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “O Holy Night”. It is such an emotional reminder of God’s great love. It also has a sentimental meaning to me: when I was a little girl, I learned to play it on the piano as a gift for my father…it is his favorite Christmas carol also.

  • 519
    JJ says:

    To listen to, I would say The Christmas Song sung by Nat King Cole. So homey and comforting to me!

    To sing, Adeste Fideles is so uplifting and fun! Even in latin;)

  • 520
    Margaret Peltier says:

    My two favorites are ‘Oh, Holy Night’this was my Husband’s grandmother’s favorite song – her sons would sing it to her every Christmas Eve and ‘Mary did you Know’- this song I listen to over and over again super loud while I am baking my Christmas cookies……….it is such a beautiful song……..

  • 521
    Ana says:

    O Holy Night is my personal favorite. It embodies the spirit and meaning of Christmas. The melody is that of a lullaby and the words a testimony of the sanctity of birth not only of a baby but of a family. Therein lies the meaning = love family continuity.

  • 522

    My favorite Christmas song is Sleigh Ride. I LOVE all of the jingle bells and percussion elements that the local symphony adds to it during their holiday concert! It’s so festive and fun!!!

  • 523
    Charlene Ruud says:

    Silent Night is my all time favourite, especially at the Christmas eve church service when they dim the lights and everyone has a lit candle. That for me is when Christmas begins!

  • 524

    Silent Night is my favorite Christmas carol. It makes me think of my childhood Christmases.

  • 525
    Pam D. from MI says:

    Silent night… my mom pass away on Christmas Eve and this song reminds me of her.

  • 526
    CarolLynn says:

    Jingle Bell Rock–one of my favorites!!

  • 527
    Martha says:

    My favorite is “White Christmas” because as a child I always looked forward to snowfall, but now it is usually the first Christmas song I sing or listen to.

  • 528
    Jessy K says:

    I love “Silent Night” its such a beautiful song, reminding us what the holiday season is all about. Its always the last song at church on Christmas, and it sits with me all day long. On a silly note, I love “Dominic the Donkey” and so do my kids.

  • 529
    Alice Roushia says:

    By far it has to be Silent Night. It gives such a warm feeling inside. I cry every Christmas when we sing this song at church. Actually, I love all Christmas songs.

  • 530
    Jodie says:

    My favorite holiday song is Adam Sandler’s “Hanukkah Song”. As someone who is Jewish, I finally have a song for my holiday too!

  • 531
    dooduhh says:

    O Holy Night is my favorite. It is such a profound & moving song when done properly. Just brings chills!!!!

  • 532
    Trinh says:

    Oh Holy Night is my favorite song because it’s about the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 533
    Tonya says:

    Hands down, “Do you hear what I hear” to me it is Christmas! He will bring us goodness and light! The reason for the season.

  • 534
    Penny N. says:

    My favorite one is “O Holy Night” because my mother sang it in church every year. Everytime I hear it, it reminds me of her.

  • 535
    Karen Hall says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is “Silent Night”. It reminds me of Christmas eve candle light service at our church when I was growing up. It was tradition to close the service with this beautiful song with the lights out and everyone’s candle burning bright to pass the light on.

  • 536
    Barb says:

    Oooo…this is a tough one. I have so many favorites! I listen to Christmas music all year long. But, Born on Christmas Day, sung by Peabo Bryson always makes me slow down and listen…the lyrics remind me of what Christmas is really about.

  • 537
    Suzanne says:

    It’s always been “O Holy Night” because it doesn’t shy away from the true meaning of Christmas. But, “Mary’s Boy Child” by Boney M is a close second. It’s the perfect carol to sing (and dance) too.

  • 538
    June says:

    Just hearing “O Holy Night” brings chill bumps when it is sung. I really love all of the Christmas hymns I grew up singing in church.

  • 539
    Anita Farrell says:

    Mary Did You Know is my favorite Christmas Song. I just love that the song is from Mary’s perspective. It really drives home to me that Jesus was all human and all God at the same time. I still get chills every time I hear it.

  • 540
    Jan Marcham says:

    My favorite Christmas carol is Silent Night. I remember singing it in church when I was carrying my daughter and crying because I was so happy and knowing for the first time what it felt like to be a mother. That Christmas will always have a special place in my heart!

  • 541
    Jenny Ward says:

    My most favorite Christmas carol is O Holy Night! I love how I connect to that song! And I couldn’t be more thrilled that it is part of the Nativity Silhouettes stamp set! Can’t wait for Christmas!

  • 542
    nancy faith says:

    Silent Nite

    Esp on a snowy evening…

  • 543
    Mary says:

    “Oh Holy Night” because it is a beautiful reminder of the reason for the holiday.

  • 544
    michelleo says:

    I love Christmas carols…. I’m dreaming of a White Christmas is a favorite….not practical in south Texas though….

  • 545
    Amy Kolling says:

    It has to be Jingle Bells. I just love to hear my kids sing this every year! Music to my ears!

  • 546
    Chris Arthars says:

    I just love Bing Crosby and White Christmas ,as I live in Australia my chances of ever seeing one are very slim but it is a wonderful song.

  • 547
    janelP says:

    “Baby it’s cold outside” is my all time favorite. I love when I play it on the radio in the car and my little daughter is singing “baby its cold outside” at the top of her lungs!

  • 548
    ceci o says:

    Joy to the world. Because Christmas is about Joy, jesus is born!

  • 549
    Maria says:

    My favorite holiday song is Mary Did You Know. The reason why is because our daughter in law sings it beautifully.

  • 550
    Lin says:

    There are so many beautiful carols, but “Angels We Have Heard on High” is one of my favorites because of the beautiful music and the joyous message.

  • 551
    Marilisa Voth says:

    Silent Night is definitely one of my all time favorite Christmas hymns. We sing it in 4-part harmony at the end of our Christmas Eve candle light service and its one of my favorite moments every year. My other fave is Go Tell It On the Mountain (especially the Garth Brooks version) just for the joy it exudes!

  • 552
    Melissa Flieg says:

    I love O Holy Night – it just so beautiful.

  • 553
    Patti L says:

    My favorite holiday song is “White Christmas”, it always makes me think of the movie which is a favorite of my family. Its such a pretty song and sums up the season for me!

  • 554
    Dori says:

    I love Oh Holy Night. When it is sung by the right person it is just beautiful, it gives me shivers sometimes. I also pretty much love anything by the Tran Siberian Orchestra! If you haven’t heard them you need to, they are awesome! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 555
    Cheme Erikson says:

    My favorite Christmas song is Angels We Have Heard On High. The Glorias are so fun to sing! I also think it is a pretty song.

  • 556

    OH NO!! I meant to say Silver Bells!! =D
    It must be TOO LATE my fingers aren’t typing right!!’
    It was my Grandma’s FAVORITE song!! =D We used to sing it every christmas and I still think about her when I hear it!! =D
    THANKS for the chance to win and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!

  • 557
    Amy Nemeth says:

    What a great question! “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” has some of the most beautiful, profound lyrics… definitely a favorite. Lately, I’ve loved hearing Mary Chapin Carpenter’s “Come Darkness, Come Light.”

  • 558

    My favourite carol is ‘Once in Royal David’s City’. It is chilling when sung unaccompanied, especially in a large hall.

  • 559
    Clara Palacios says:

    Definitely – White Christmas . Also love the movie

  • 560
    Robin in Washington says:

    Sleigh Ride. Because it is a song that epitomizes winter and it has the bounce of a celebration song.

  • 561
    Sandi D says:

    I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas . . . Hearing it always takes me back to my childhood and the wonderful memories of decorating our tree in Michigan while it was quietly snowing. Everyone was so happy that Santa would be arriving during the night. The large colored lights on our tree with the tinsel sparkling looked so magical.

  • 562
    Christine B. says:

    White Christmas is my favorite! The song was sung in the movie White Christmas and it always brings back the special memory when I was young and I would watch it with my father.

  • 563
    Marisa says:

    Definitely O Holy Night. Brings tears to my eyes every time I hear it and our worship leader at church sings it every Christmas Eve in such a heartfelt manner. Tell the true story of Christmas, and the precious gift from God to man.

  • 564
    Kerry says:

    Mary’s Song. It’s such a poignant reminder of a young mother’s fear’s and hopes.

  • 565
    Shannon says:

    I love I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas. I love snow at Christmas time! My favorite Christmas memory was being in the hot tub on Christmas eve in the snow! I was about 6!

  • 566
    Danielle says:

    Most definitely “White Christmas”. Love the movie and love the song…always gets me in the spirit!

  • 567
    Jen Tapler says:

    Ok, seriously, it’s “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause” because it totally CRACKS my 4-yr-old up. He’ll sit and listen and look at me and just get the giggles. I love his laugh!!

  • 568
    Teresa says:

    I love white Christmas. The lyrics is beautiful. Being grew up in tropical country, I get excited when it snows especially on Christmas day.

  • 569
    Lisa Smith says:

    Frosty the Snowman it reminds me of the magic of make believe as seen thru a childs eyes. Oh thank goodness for little ones.

  • 570
    Linda says:

    Angels We Have Heard on High…..It always reminds me of my first midnight candle light Christmas Eve service

  • 571
    Teresa Blue says:

    My favorite would be Mary Did You Know with a close second It Wasn’t His Child. This release has definitely put me in the mood to make cards and sing!

  • 572

    I LOVE the Dance of The Sugar Plums. Hands down, FAVORITE song EVER!! I love that there are so many different versions, but they all use different instruments! It’s just a beautiful song. πŸ™‚

  • 573

    I love love love Baby It’s Cold Outside! But and I am blushing here… I do love Kenny and Dolly’s Christmas, it’s a tradition!

  • 574
    Lesley says:

    My favourite Carol is O’ Come all ye faithful because I can remember Better Midler singing it in Latin in Beaches. I was learning Latin at school at the time and I am taken back to a film i heart every time I hear it. Plus iot is a truly christmassy song which is so good. Lesley

  • 575
    Sheryl C says:

    I’m dreaming of a White Christmas is an all time favorite! It reminds me of watching Christmas movies in black and white with my parents.

  • 576
    Lisa Park says:

    My favorite holiday song is Oh Holy Night. It was the first carol that I learned in English. When I hear this song, it always makes me cry and remind me of the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 577
    JillianA says:

    That is easy for me. “The Christmas Song” (the one that had chestnuts roasting on an open fire. The reason, it was the first song I remember learning to sing myself, and it bring back so many memories, warm fires, family. Already working on my Christmas cards. Keep up the fantastic work Papertrey!

  • 578
    Cindy Otto says:

    “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” is my favorite because I always think of my childhood home at that time of year. My mother went to great pains to decorate the house and have everything perfect for the holidays. I try to replicate her ideas and I love having my whole family home for the festivities.

  • 579

    “Oh Holy Night” is my favorite. It always sends chills up my spine!

  • 580
    Shirley K says:

    I used to like playing Carol of the Bells on the piano!

  • 581
    Jennifer L. says:

    That’s a tough one. I’ll say Jingle Bells, but I love Silent Night as well. One is so fun and spirited, the other so touching. Looking forward to the release. Off to see how much of my wish list I can afford. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 582
    Jenn says:

    White Christmas is my favorite. I love the movie and love the song, Bing Crosby singing it usually starts off my season.

  • 583
    Gena Shever says:

    Come on Ring those Bells,is a family favorite of ours. It is a song that is always song by the family every Christmas Eve & than the gifts can be opened.

  • 584
    Carmen M. says:

    I love “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer” and “Joy to the World”. The first one is fun and the second one just makes me feel like it is the Christmas season. Can’t choose one over the other, since the decision to listen to one or the other depends on my mood at the moment.

  • 585
    AmyP (Brunosmom) says:

    Good Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen…I don’t know why. I have always thought it sounded a little spooky. πŸ™‚

  • 586
    Shirley K says:

    I used to like playing Carol of the Bells on the piano!

  • 587
    nancy landauer says:

    As an aging baby boomer, I remember Gene Autrey’s ..Here Comes Santa Claus..right down Santa Clause Lane . I can remember my mother singing that to me as a little girl. Happy Christmas Memories.

  • 588
    Wendy F. says:

    I will have to go with “Frosty The Snow Man” I just love listening to my kids singing it during Christmas.

  • 589
    Anemone says:

    That is such a hard one! I love them all – I guess ultimately it would come down to a tie between This Baby By Steven Curtis Chapman and O Holy Night sung by either David Phelps or Josh Groban. Both songs make me want to sing and yet stop & contemplate the season – all at the same time.

  • 590

    Honestly, whenever I hear Feliz Navidad, it really gets my toes tapping and I’m instantly in the mood for Christmas! I have such fun and happy memories around that song!

  • 591
    Tracey Kuzniak says:

    Love Jingle Bells…so happy and cheerful πŸ™‚ I also LOVE Silent Night too!!

  • 592
    Allyson Blanchette says:

    It would have to be “jingle Bells” right now. My children love singing it, so it is always a big tradition at Christmas time.

  • 593
    Robin Barwacz says:

    Love, love White Christmas. Bing Crosby was the best. That song evokes such happy thoughts and a time of innocence. Robin

  • 594
    Mimi says:

    My favorite is jingle bells! Love that song- makes me so happy!

  • 595
    Sharron says:

    Love all the traditional classics! Two additional favorites are “Do You Hear What I Hear” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas!

  • 596
    Mary P says:

    I love Silent Night (especially Sinead O’Connor’s version), it was what Christmas is about – the miracle of the birth of Jesus.

  • 597
    Kim Badelt says:

    I think it would have to be jingle bells the happy tune just puts a smile on my face. Even though we don;t have any snow to jingle through down under!
    Kim

  • 598
    Alyssa S says:

    Carol of the Bells. We always sang it for the Xmas choir concert. It’s just so beautiful and fun to sing!

  • 599
    debra says:

    My favorite Christmas song is O Holy Night. I love how it tells the Christmas story.

  • 600
    Donelda says:

    The Holly and The Ivy is my favourite song…we sang it in our church choir when we were kids and my brother had a solo!

  • 601
    Teri says:

    Joy to the world – my family favorite- christmas eve service.

  • 602
    Ruby says:

    I just love hearing White Christmas… and I love hearing it when I view the movie by the same name. I just love the cutesy of it all!

  • 603
    Sally J says:

    Just choosing one favorite is so hard! I will always remember the Christmas Eve service when we were singing “Silent Night” and it began to snow outside. Another favorite is “What Child Is This.”

  • 604
    Elizabeth K says:

    My favorite is “Oh Holy Night” because it reminds me
    of the true meaning of Christmas!

  • 605

    My favorite carol is “Far Far away on Judea’s Plains”. It was written in my hometown. The author received the words in a dream and work up and wrote this beautiful hymn.

  • 606
    Lesa W. says:

    My favorite carol is Oh Holy Night. A church service at Christmas isn’t complete without it.

  • 607
    1LuvnMama says:

    Oh, it’s gotta be . . . What Child Is This? Such a wonderful song about the birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ! πŸ™‚

  • 608
    Shellie Hartsock says:

    Silent Night is my favorite Christmas song. It is such a beautiful and peaceful song. It is very calming when things get hectic during the holiday season.

  • 609

    Awww! I loved singing carols back in school…. And miss it so very much…. πŸ™ But I like THE DRUMMER BOY! I adore the tempo in it….. And the lyrics is something, that moves me….. Very simple yet strong!!!

    Happy Celebrations!!!

    Ash… πŸ™‚

  • 610
    Barb K says:

    “Mary did you Know” is one of my many favorites. It actually takes you back to that time and think how she must have felt giving birth to the King. It makes me tear up everytime I hear it. It is the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 611
    amy says:

    White Christmas by Bing Crosby!

  • 612
    JaniceM says:

    O Holy Night because it reminds me of Christmas Eve when I was growing up. My Mum and Dad both sang in the church choir and this was their favourite Christmas hymn.

  • 613
    sano says:

    What Child Is This? Just love it.

  • 614
    Liesl Janse van Vuuren says:

    My alltime favorite is Silent Night, it always bring back so many good childhood memories xx

  • 615
    Sandy D. says:

    Favorite is a more contemporary song by Boney M, called Mary’s Boy Child. It was my mother’s favorite song when I was young and a remember her singing along to it when it would come on the radio. Brings back wonderful memories each time I hear it.

  • 616

    I love O Holy Night. It just so serene and peaceful. And Ii also love Do They Know It’s Christmas Time. The message is so powerful and it reminds me all the time that are so many other that less fortunate and that Christmas is more than just about presents. It’s about caring for others.

  • 617
    Elizabeth says:

    “Good King Wenceslas” is my favorite holiday song. Not only are the lyrics and melody appealing, but I fondly recall the Christmas eve when I first heard it many years ago in a historic church in rural New England.

  • 618
    Josiane says:

    My favorite has to be ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ ever since we sang it in a holiday assembly in elementary school. I love the counting aspect of it!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • 619
    Carol R says:

    My favorite Christmas song is a non traditional song – “Last Christmas” by Wham! I am a big George Michael fan.

  • 620
    Jean says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “Little Drummer Boy.” It’s been my favorite since as long as I can remember, I even have a music box with it. “Go Tell It on the Mountain” is a close second.

  • 621

    I meant to say Silver Bells!! OPPS!! Must be to late to type!! I also like the song Carol of the Bells!! The music to that song just makes me HAPPY!! They both remind me of my Grandma!! She played them all the time and we would all sing along!! It makes me think of her every time I hear them!! THANKS for the chance to win!! =D
    Have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!

  • 622
    Heather P. says:

    My favourite is O Come O Come Emmanuel because it is associated with lots of special memories!

  • 623
    Kimberly says:

    I love Jingle Bells and Dashing through the snow!

  • 624
    Eileen M says:

    Oh, there are so many! I’d have to say Silent Night for the most favorite, though!

  • 625
    Pmm says:

    I always loved “I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus.” My parents would sing it together- they had such beautiful voices- and then kiss each other lovingly. I always thought it was so cute that they were acting out the song… It was great to see such a loving relationship!

  • 626
    Jenny says:

    I love “Silver Bells.” Sang this in choir in middle school, loved it then and love it still! I sing it to my baby when I run out of lullabies.

  • 627
    Bonnie says:

    Christmas songs are my favorite. Christmas cd’s are already playing in my car. My favorite is Silent Night.

  • 628
    Devin says:

    I love The little drummer boy the most probably. It evokes such a calm feeling in me.

  • 629
    Linda Lynch says:

    My favorite Christmas Carol is “Oh Come All Ye Faithful”. We sing this in church on Christmas Eve, but my father ALWAYS sang this to my baby sister when he was giving her a bath. With her constant giggles and my fathers voice, all was right in this world. God Bless you all at Papertrey Ink :}

  • 630
    Necola says:

    Silent Night because I love to sing it and you can catch me singing it all year round.

  • 631
    Rema Timm says:

    O Holy Night and Greensleeves are my favorites. They bring back memories of my childhood Christmases with my family…

  • 632
    Cathie Tramontina says:

    I’ll be home for Christmas has to be my favorite. It just makes me smile.

  • 633

    My favorite Holiday song is Happy Xmas (The War is Over) by Celine Dion. There is something so touching about that song that really fills my heart with feelings of the holiday season!

  • 634
    Paula says:

    O Holy Night.
    A lovely melody and inspiring words. I used to sing it to my boys at bedtime.

  • 635
    Kate says:

    I love Bing Crosby and David Bowie singing “The Little Drummer Boy.” Such opposite individuals, but singing beautifully together…a great example of what the holiday season should be!

  • 636
    kelly says:

    for me it is the bing crosby and david bowie duet of the little drummer boy and peace on earth. it just sends shivers down my spine and has done so since i saw the television special from which it originated.

  • 637
    Judy Kruger says:

    I have always loved “The Christmas Song” (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire” by Andy Williams. I just enjoy the melody and I can just vision the fire burning and I have always loved Andy Williams.

  • 638
    Julie K says:

    My favorite Christmas song is Do You Hear What I Hear. When I was in about 4th grade we sang the song for our Christmas Program and I have loved it ever since. It brings me happy memories of Christmas when I was a child. Things seemed so much simpler back then and I remember the excitement of getting a box of crayons and a coloring book in my stocking. We would go down to the pond on Christmas Day and shovel off the snow so we could ice skate, it didn’t matter if it wasn’t perfectly smooth.

  • 639
    Elizabeth S. says:

    It is hard to say that I have one favorite but I love White Christmas. I love the movie and growing up in California I haven’t had a white Christmas and the song makes me feel like I have seen one.

  • 640
    Dawn says:

    There are so many holiday songs that I like and one of them is A Baby Changes Everything by Faith Hill. It has meaning on so many levels, spiritual and non-spiritual.

  • 641

    Oh for sure it has to be ……Band Aid—Do they know it’s Christmas? 1984. Can you believe it’s been that long?

    A little Wham, Duran Duran or Boy George anyone? Love it!

  • 642
    Kathy McEntyre says:

    I love Mary Did You Know that Kenny Rogers and Wynona Judd sing.

  • 643
    Sheri says:

    Silent Night because each Christmas Eve as we left midnight services thus is the song we sang. We would walk home with snowflakes falling at midnight and it was indeed a Silent Night.

  • 644
    Mary H says:

    So many favorites – Silver Bells, Little Drummer Boy, We Three Kings of Orient Are, I Saw Three Ships. Time Life Treasury of Christmas has many great songs on it! So many memories of Happy Christmas’ listening to all these songs on records ss a kid growing up@

  • 645
    Tammy W. says:

    Hark the Herald Angels Sing! It is the song that is always sung at the end of our midnight candle service at church on Christmas Eve, right when we blow out our candles. It is always so joyous and exhilarating and gives me goosebumps everytime. It is truly what Christmas is all about.
    Thanks for the chance to win this most generous prize! I LOVE PTI!

  • 646
    Kristen :-) says:

    My favorite Christmas song is the 12 days of Christmas…but the version sung by the MUPPETS!! I love that song!!!

  • 647
    WaterdownSue says:

    The Holly and the Ivy has been my favourite ever since I learned it for a grade school choir over 50 years ago. I look forward to hearing it every year and this year, to teaching it to my Grandson who is old enough to remember the words now..

  • 648
    Josiane says:

    My favorite has to be ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ ever since we sang it in a holiday assembly in elementary school. I love the counting aspect of it!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • 649
    Lisa says:

    Dreaming of a white Christmas is my fav carol! And now I’m dreaming of all the Christmas projects I can do with this release!!!

  • 650

    It’s hard to pick just one song!! White Christmas is a true classic! And who doesn’t wish for a white Christmas? I’m fortunate to live in an area where we often have one!

  • 651

    O Holy Night. . .it will always remind me of my grandmother.

  • 652
    Shirlann says:

    I love all the “Crooner” Holiday songs by Bing, Frank etc. and now Michael Buble! Can’t wait to hear his new Christmas CD as I make my cards to his new tunes.

  • 653
    Elena Lin says:

    My favorite is Joy to the World because I just love the words and the music makes me feel so joyful!

  • 654
    Gerri K says:

    My favorite is O Holy Night. When I was in Grammar School (many years ago), I was in the church choir. It was so exciting when we were asked to sing at Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. When I hear that song, it reminds of those simpler days.

  • 655
    peggy lamb says:

    I love Winter Wonderland – it’s just such a happy Christmas song and I sing it during snow storms even after the Christmas season is over!

  • 656
    Erin L says:

    Santa Baby has to be the cutest Christmas song ever.

  • 657
    Rema Timm says:

    O Holy night and Greensleeves. They remind me of my childhood Christmases with my family…

  • 658
    Holly H says:

    Have a Holly jolly Christmas… I love it cause it says Holly (my name)… And it reminds me of so many friends that will randomly sing it to me all year through!

  • 659
    Helen says:

    I love O Holy Night. When I was little I would lie down on the sofa with the room lights out and watch the Christmas tree lights sparkle in the dark before my dad got home from work. I always played Christmas carols while I did this and whenever I hear O Holy Night I think of watching the lights while my mom made dinner. They are both gone now, so these memories are extra-special.

  • 660
    Deb C says:

    O Holy Night because it touches the soul. But the Boston Pops playing Sleigh Ride is a close second. It just makes me feel like Christmas and all the good feelings associated with the season.

  • 661
    Brenda-Lee says:

    I love O Holy Night!! Reason for the Season

  • 662
    Julie E says:

    Jingle Bells is my fave. I always think of how my daughter would sing it when she was 4 and make up her own words. Too cute!

  • 663
    jen c says:

    it has to be RuDoLpH the red nosed reindeer…just because our whole family knows all of the words and my son sings the loudest! πŸ™‚

  • 664
    Leanne S says:

    So many to choose from, but I will say JIngle Bells, especially when my son sings it. He puts great emphasis on the Heah’s!

  • 665

    My favorite Holiday song is Happy Xmas (The War is Over) by Celine Dion. There is something so touching about that song that really fills my heart with feelings of the holiday season!

  • 666
    RHigginbottom says:

    The twelve days of Christmas. I love hearing my little kids trying to sing the song. We have a lot of laughs singing it.

  • 667
    Marsha says:

    I always break into a rendition of “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” when I’m wrapping presents and putting out the decorations. This song makes me feel happy and full of Christmas spirit!

  • 668
    Candy Fosta says:

    Silent Night. It’s such a powerful song and to me it holds the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 669
    Cheryl says:

    My favourite has to be O Holy Night πŸ™‚ It was always sung at our church’s Christmas eve service by a woman with such a beautiful and powerful voice… It was the last part of the service so we would leave with such a feeling of aww and peace.

  • 670
    Elizabeth S. says:

    It is hard to actually decide on a favorite song because I love all Christmas songs. There is nothing better than a Christmas song to make you cheery! I guess if I have to choose, my favorite traditional song is Silent Night. However, I really love songs like Rockin’ around the Christmas tree, Blue Christmas (as sung by Elvis), and Winter Wonderland.

  • 671
    Cheryl B. says:

    I love Carole of the Bells. My local high school’s A Capella and bell choir does a fabulous job every year with this song. It isn’t Christmas unless I hear them perform just this one song.

  • 672
    Amy s K. says:

    Silent Night, hearing it sung as a round when I was little. Also, Away in a Manger, all three verses, which I starting singing to my very young children at bedtime one year at Christmas, and continued to sing every bedtime for several years, punctuated by yawning.

  • 673
    Sarah M says:

    I love ‘Mary’s Song’. Gives me the goosebumps every time I here it, just thinking of what the birth of Christ must have been like from Mary’s perspective.

  • 674
    jeni allen says:

    silent night is my all time favorite!! i studied near eastern studies in Jerusalem while in college. we visited the church of the nativity in Bethlehem. there is a little church right next to it–i sang silent night in that church–i felt so much there–and i loved it!!

  • 675
    Elizabeth K says:

    My favorite is “Oh Holy Night” because it reminds
    me of the real meaning of Christmas!

  • 676
    Pat Baker says:

    I have to say it is “White Christmas”! I never tire of the Bing Crosby movie by that name – I like the song “sisters” from it too.:-)
    I love the dresses, and the beautiful white fur muffs – and the gorgeous xmas tree…
    although of all the places I would like to be on Christmas (besides being home with my family) I would rather be at the BEACH! LOL!

  • 677
    Margaret M says:

    I love them all but O Holy Night is probably my favorite. Whenever I hear it I feel so blessed.

  • 678
    maryrose says:

    Silent Night is probably my favorite. It’s that moment on Christmas Eve when the church turns out the lights, everyone is holding a candle, and you can feel the warmth and love as everyone sings this song together. It makes me cry every time!

  • 679
    Candace says:

    Gorgeous release! My favorite Christmas song is “Mary, Did You Know?” There is just so much meaning to it, and it really makes you think about her side of things!

  • 680
    kelly says:

    My favorite Christmas song is Little Drummer Boy because I used to play it on the piano when I was a little girl and sing it over and over…it reminds me of my childhood.

  • 681
    Lin says:

    O Holy Night! Just love it – have heard a lot of different versions and I seem to always love them all!!

  • 682

    My very favorite Christmas Carol is Kathy Mettea’s version of “Mary Did You Know?” It brings the real reason we celebrate Christmas up front! It has been a family favorite for several years. Very moving ..it touches my soul πŸ™‚

  • 683
    Elizabeth B says:

    Oh my… I have several. I really like O Holy Night. On the lighter side, I love the 12 days of Christmas. I also love John Lennon’s So this is Christmas.

  • 684
    Manda says:

    Joy to the world, because it expresses the joy that Christ’s birth brings us.

  • 685
    Joyce M. says:

    My favorite is Santa Claus is Coming to Town because my friend’s grandmother used to sing it to her on Christmas. Thanks for the opportunity to win such an amazing prize.

  • 686
    Sally J says:

    My favorite would have to be Silent Night, especially during our Christmas Eve Service. Another favorite is What Child is This.

  • 687
    Brooke says:

    Dumpty Diddle Dee Dumpty Dee I Can See A Christmas Tree. My Nan used to sing this to my Mum and now my Mum sings it to my son. He is absolutely fascinated with Christmas trees so it’s just perfect and I love it’s history within our family.

  • 688
    Peggy Nickelson says:

    I like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It brings back such happy childhood memories. It’s easy to sing also!!!
    Peggy N

  • 689
    Rebekah says:

    I love any Christmas Carol by The Carpenter’s… It always brings back memories of fun family Christmases with my 3 little sisters. All 4 of us know every word to every song on the Carpenter’s “Christmas Portrait” album!

  • 690
    LaurieJ says:

    Silent Night is my favorite. It is the song we always sing in the candle light at Christmas Eve service. It always touches my heart.

  • 691
    Chunyuan says:

    I love O Holy Night! It is such a peaceful and beautiful song.

  • 692
    Dana Klinkner says:

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas by Bing Crosby – because it’s nostaligic and makes me feel like I’m curled up by a fire while it’s snowing outside – love it!

  • 693
    Stephanie says:

    Mt favourite is called Te Haranui – it has a lovely soleful tune and is the story of the first Christmas that the Europeans had with the Maori people in New Zealand – on a sandy shore in the summertime. It is not like the traditional songs we sing at Christmas but meaningful to us here in New Zealand.

  • 694
    Colleen C. says:

    I love the Twelve Days of Christmas. I love the tradition of that song. We sing it as a family taking turns singing what each day brings and have so much fun with that.

  • 695

    My favorite Christmas Carol is “White Christmas” because it doesn’t seem like Christmas unless there is snow to me. Love the snow for the holiday!

  • 696
    Bethany says:

    My favorite Christmas song is “O Holy Night”. I used to sing it as a solo in my church on Christmas eve.One year less than 12 months after my father passed away, I said a prayer just before standing to sing this song. I asked for some kind of sign that my father was okay. Right in the middle of my solo, the hymnal shelf fell to the floor with a loud thud. I surely got my “sign” that night!

  • 697
    Carrie says:

    What a great question. My mom lives on a river and has always sung “Over the River and through the woods to Grandmother’s House we go” to my kids over the phone ever since they were babies. She is still called “Over the River” grandma to this day and my oldest is 10. Love that!

  • 698
    Sonya says:

    Anything sung by Nat King Cole but I do love N’Sync’s “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays”. Its so joyful and its really easy to dance to.

  • 699
    Mandy says:

    Silent Night. It’s such a peaceful song, for what is such a peaceful season!

  • 700
    Dawn says:

    Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. I’m not sure why, but I have always loved the song. I guess it makes me feel like no matter what Christmas is a special time to be enjoyed.

  • 701
    Mary says:

    I like all the religious Christmas songs but my favorite is Oh Holy Night. It reminds me of being in church with my family as a child and the choir was singing.

  • 702
    jane says:

    oh holy night

  • 703
    Jo says:

    I love the carol “do youhear what I hear?” especially the versuon sung by third day. Love the magical feeling about it!

  • 704
    elaine says:

    I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus- for some reason this is the song i wanted thru my childhood and stuck with me.

  • 705
    Kathy McDonald says:

    Winter Wonderland. . .just love that song!

  • 706
    Patti Gingrich says:

    O Holy Night. Simply beautiful!

  • 707
    Patti Gingrich says:

    O Holy Night. Simply beautiful!

  • 708
    Terri E. says:

    I love Joy to the Wrold. I think it is so upbeat and fun.

    It’s a good life!
    Terri E.

  • 709
    Jackie w says:

    I Saw Three Ships – because it reminds me of my childhood!

  • 710
    Nancy says:

    That would be like asking me to name my favorite child, if I had more than one.

    Mary, Did You Know? and When a Child Is Born are beautiful, inspirational songs that have moving words. SinΓ©ad O’Connor’s version of Silent Night brings chills. Gabriel’s Oboe is a gorgeous instrumental. Let’s Be Naughty (And Save Santa the Trip) is a smooth and fun country carol. Santa Baby sung by Eartha Kitt is a classic that I need to listen to multiple times (think repeat). I can go on and on. Obviously, I listen to Christmas music year round.

  • 711
    Julie L. says:

    One of my favorites is “Mary Did You Know”. It’s a beautiful song and brings true meaning to Christmas.

  • 712
    Kerry from PA says:

    I really like God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen. I think it’s the key and the fact that it is such a different style than the other traditional carols.

  • 713
    Gabby says:

    My favorite song is Stile Nacht (Silent Night.) I remember from the time I was a toddler, on Christmas Eve when the whole family was gathered at my Grandparent’s home, G’pa would start singing and everyone was silent. The room was filled with such a strong “spirit” and joy and peace. At “sleep in heavenly peace …” the family would join in. Beautiful memory. πŸ™‚

  • 714
    Linda says:

    The Little Drummer Boy has always been a favorite of mine but I play and enjoy my holiday music the entire month of December

  • 715
    kathi says:

    White Christmas sung by bing crosby- reminds me of christmas as a child… : )

  • 716
    Laurie says:

    Silent Night because of its beauty and feeling of the true meaning of the holiday.

  • 717
    Tiffany H says:

    Definitely “O Holy Night”.

  • 718
    CiCi says:

    My fav Christmas song is Winter Wonderland…it just bright, merry & fun. Which is part of Christmas means to me.

  • 719
    Liliana says:

    “Joy to the World” this song just reminds me of true meaning of Christmas. Thanks for all the stamps to represent this wonderful season.

  • 720
    BONNIE MILLER says:

    The Little Drummer Boy… it was my Mothers favorite.. I still can remember her singing and listening to it.. brings back wonderful childhood memories..

  • 721