Ok, scratch that. I love Run Run Rudolph. It never gets old.
OH and don't forget, some version of the Little Drummer Boy plays every 20 minutes. And you KNOW my aversion to the Little Drummer Boy.
The ox and lamb kept time? Really? REALLY?! That's about the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
Anyway, if radio stations played some of the new Christmas tunes out there, or some of the good classics, I'd be a happy camper. Here are some suggestions:
Old Classics, New Artists
1. Baby It's Cold Outside - Lady Antebellum
You can't go wrong with Michael Buble
2. Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow - Michael Buble (this is the only song I couldn't find on YouTube, so you're getting this version)
Or Andrea Bocelli
3. What Child is This - Andrea Bocelli and Mary J. Blige
4. God Bless Us Everyone - Andrea Bocelli
I've always been a fan of Wham!'s Last Christmas. I love both of these versions by two of my favorites:
6. Last Christmas - Taylor Swift
7. Last Christmas - The Cast of Glee
But these "classics" still get me goin':
8. Hard Candy Christmas - Dolly Parton
9. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays - N*Sync
10. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - U2
And then there's Lady GaGa. Yes, she has a Christmas song. Totally sacrilege. But pretty catchy, I must admit.
11. Christmas Tree - Lady GaGa, feat. Space Cowboy
Whew. I'm feeling more Christmas-spirited already.