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#MerryLitmas – Greatest Christmas Songs of All-Time

What's the greatest Christmas song of all time? We're putting it to our voters to find out!


As most of the country finally settles into a winter weather pattern, we start panicking to find presents for family and friends. Well let us help you out by voting on the best Christmas songs of all-time.

Here’s how it will work.

We’ll run polls via our Twitter account @TheKWCBlog, voting will last one day at a time for each round. We’ll push each round through over the next week until we have arrived at our one true all-time great. We took nominees over the last week through our various accounts and will present to you the following brackets.

Motown Christmas Bracket:

  1. “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” – Jackson 5
  2. “Silent Night” – The Temptations
  3. “Someday at Christmas” – Stevie Wonder
  4. “Joy to the World” – The Supremes
  5. “Let It Snow” – Boyz II Men
  6. “White Christmas” – The Miracles
  7. “That’s What Christmas Means To Me” – Stevie Wonder
  8. “Give Love on Christmas Day” – Jackson 5

90’s Bracket

  1. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” – Mariah Carey
  2. “My Favorite Things” – Luther Vandross
  3. “Opera of the Bells” – Destiny’s Child
  4. “I Can Hardly Wait For Christmas” – O’Jays
  5. “Joy to the World” – Whitney Houston & The Georgia Mass Choir
  6. “Sleigh Ride” – TLC
  7. “Do You Hear What I Hear” – Whitney Houston
  8. “Santa Clause is Going Straight to the Ghetto” – Snoop/Nate

Classics Bracket

  1. “This Christmas” – Donnie Hathaway
  2. “The Christmas Song” – Nat King Cole
  3. “Christmas Just Ain’t Christmas” – O’Jays
  4. “Run Rudolph Run” – Chuck Berry
  5. “Give Love on Christmas Day” – The Temptations
  6. “Christmas in Hollis” – Run DMC
  7. “Winter Wonderland” – Aretha Franklin
  8. “Playas Ball (Christmas Edition)” – OutKast

Other Bracket

  1. “Jingle Bell Rock” – Hall/Oates
  2. “I Saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus” – Jackson 5
  3. “White Christmas” – Bing Crosby
  4. “Little Christmas Tree” – Michael Jackson
  5. “I Want To Come Home For Christmas” – Marvin Gaye
  6. “Frosty The Snowman” – Jackson 5
  7. “Rockin Around the Christmas Tree” – Brenda Lee
  8. “O Come All Ye Faithful” – Lionel Richie”



Motown Bracket:

#1. “Santa Clause is Coming to Town” – 100% vs. #8. “Give Love on Christmas Day” – 0%

#2. Silent Night 100% vs. #7. “What Christmas Means to Me” – 0%

#3. Someday at Christmas (67%) vs. #6 White Christmas (Miracles) – 33%

#4. Joy to the World (Supremes) – 7% vs. #5. Let It Snow – 93%

90s Bracket:

#1. All I Want For Christmas (54%) – #8. Santa Clause Going Straight to the Ghetto (46%)

#2. My Favorite Things (Luther) – 56% vs. #7. Do You Hear What I Hear (Whitney) – 44%

#3. Opera of the Bells (17%) vs. #6. Sleigh Ride (83%)

#4. I Can Hardly Wait for Christmas (43%) vs. Joy to the World (Whitney/GAMASS) – 57%


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