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Christmas Songs That Will Make You Feel Special

Christmas Songs That Will Make You Feel Special

The time to be Merry and happy is back! Yes, we are talking about Christmas. Snow on the driveway, candy canes dominating the door and a tree captured in lights and stars and bells; it’s Christmas time. How about a little something on this Christmas? How about a little music during Christmas dinner? How about some beautiful music that goes hand in hand with a glass of wine in your hand? From the pool of thousands, we @ Yahavi cared to bring some of the finest Christmas music to your dinner table. From Coldplay to Pentatonix, it’s all in here.

Christmas Lights - Coldplay

Coldplay released the new single after Kanye West called Chris Martin a ‘genius’ and compared his intelligence with John Lennon. This new single is a part of their upcoming album, ‘A Head Full of Dreams’. The song lovingly showcases the cold and pleasant feeling of Christmas, and the feeling continues till the entire song.

It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas - Michael Bublé 

Even though the song was originally performed by Perry Como in the 1950s, the opening lines of Bublé’s version sets the tone and magic of the wonderful song. The song is so good that it actually makes you forget the fact that you are listening to it in July when it unexpectedly comes on a shuffle playlist.

The Christmas Waltz - She & Him

A calm, simple & easy going song that celebrates the essence of Christmas. The song resonates a feeling of enjoying the festival with your loved ones. Give it a hearing to know more about the effect of the song.

That's Christmas To Me – Pentatonix

Acapella group, Pentatonix, performed ‘That’s Christmas To Me’ at the CMA Country Christmas 2015. The album debuted at No.1, and the song is as pleasing to the ears as it is festive!

Santa Baby - Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue’s first Christmas album is a very separate bag of big band arrangements, delicate duets, better-than-expected novelty originals and evergreens rather suited to her vocal limits. Most of her songs are propelled by a flurry of strings and flutes, but, Santa Baby has a more innocent coyness in itself.