The Ghost of Christmas Music Past and Present

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December 1, 2013 by gossiportsmouth2

Aloha. Or, as they say in Switzerland: Happy Christmas. What do we love most about this time of year? The tunes, of course. Christmas music makes us as excited and giddy as a child on the night before…before something. Like the night before Valentine’s Day? Anyways, here are some of our favorite holiday tunes brought to us by the wonderful people of Earth:

Fireplace Ambiance

Sit in front of your computer for two hours and try to tell us you’re not in the holiday spirit.

Let it Snow


Silent Night

Because there are puppies.

Jingle Bell Rock

Canadians because it’s always Christmas in Canada.

O Holy Night

Children singing in England is second to Canadians singing anywhere in terms of Christmas music.


Because no Christmas music list is complete without giving a nod to Festivus. Also, mad props to the guy holding the festivus pole. Way to go. Also: no clue who these guys are.


Is it weird that these chipmunks can sing?

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