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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!

TWO WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Y’ALL. TWO WEEKS.

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”

 

RESULTS:

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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