Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Christmas Play List

BigMama and Gulley had a great idea, so I'm joining in on the fun. They posted their favorite Christmas songs-the non-traditional, not Burl Ives ones. I hope it's ok if I play, being the new girl on the block and all! So without further ado....

Headless Mom's Essential, It-Wouldn't-Be-The-Holidays-Without-These Play List:

1. The Christmas Song by The Waitresses.
2. The Haunnakh Song by Adam Sandler
3. Do They know It's Christmas? by BandAid
4. My Favorite Things by Lorrie Morgan
5. Anything by Mannheim Steamroller
6. & 7. If We Make It Through December and There's A New Kid In Town by Alan Jackson
8.-20. The entire Toby Keith Christmas to Christmas cd.
(I've probably forgotten some but these are the can't-do-without ones)

What are your favorites? Comment here or leave a link to your post. Play along, won't you?

1 comment:

Sam said...

I'll play late, is that okay? :)

"Do They Know It's Christmas" - Band Aid

"Merry Christmas Eve" - Better Than Ezra (This one makes me cry)

"Twelve Days of Christmas" - Bob & Doug McKenzie

"Christmas Wrapping" - Waitresses (Thanks to my big sister, natch. Always pretty darn hip :)

"Ave Maria" - Both the Chris Cornell (former Soundgarden singer) with Eleven version and Harry Connick Jr's version.

"Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" - U2 (although the Death Cab for Cutie version is pretty good)

"Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy" - Garth Brooks

"Just Like Christmas" - Low

"Riu Chiu" - The Monkees

"Oi! To The World" - No Doubt

"Wonderful Christmas Time" - Paul McCartney

"Christmas In Hollis" - Run D.M.C.

"I Saw Three Ships" - Sting

"Last Christmas" - Jimmy Eat World

Both Alligator Records Christmas albums and finally, a new one:

"Deck The Halls (With Boughs of Longboards" - Rick Springfield from his new (and pretty good!) Christmas album.