It’s finally December which means it is time to break out the Christmas tunes. We all have our own Christmas music guilty pleasures, whether that is Wham's Last Christmas or Mariah Carey’s All I want for Christmas. To help inspire your playlist, here is the ultimate Christmas Tree World Christmas music guide, they are sure to get you all in the festive spirit:
1. White Christmas - Bing Crosby
An oldie but a goodie, Bing Crosby singing White Christmas from the 1954 musical film, White Christmas
2. Walking in the Air - From the film The Snowman
A childhood classic, Walking in the Air is from the animated 1982 film, The Snowman. Although the song was later released by Aled Jones, Peter Auty was the original voice for the film.
3. Last Christmas - Wham
Released in 1984 by the band Wham, this is a must on any Christmas list!
4. Let it Snow - Dean Martin
Written by lyricist and Composer duo Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne in July 1945, this is a Christmas classic.
5. I wish it could be Christmas every day - Wizzard
Glam rock band Wizzard released this song in Christmas 1973, when it reached number four in the UK Single charts.
6. Fairytale of New York - The Pogues and Kirsty MacColl
This Christmas classic was released in 1987 and featured on The Pogues' 1988 album If I Should Fall from Grace with God.
7. Merry Xmas Everybody - Slade
Christmas number one in 1973, this tune from British rock band, Slade is now certified platinum and sold over 1.21 million copies.
8. Wonderful Christmas Time - Paul McCartney
Written by the Beatle, Paul McCartney in 1979 and is still a classic today.
9. Blue Christmas - Elvis Presley
It's the King himself, Elvis performing Blue Christmas with Martina McBride.
10. Santa Claus is Coming to Town - Jackson 5
Released in 1970, the Jackson 5 Christmas hit has sold over 3.5 million copies.
11. Baby it’s Cold Outside - Dean Martin
This version was recorded by Dean Martin in 1959.
12. Do they know it’s Christmas time - Band Aid (1984)
Written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure, this Christmas classic has been so popular it has been re-released several times including this year.
13. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) - John Lennon & Yoko Ono
This Christmas standard was released in 1971and was the seventh tune from John Lennon after the Beatles.
14. Santa Baby - Eartha Kitt
Written in 1953 by Joan Javits and Philip Springer and performed by Eartha Kitt. This is Christmas tune that has be covered by many artists including Ariana Grande in 2013.
15. All I Want For Christmas Is You - Mariah Carey
With over 14 million copies sold and numerous covers, this is one of the best selling Christmas singles of all time. Co-written and performed by Mariah Carey. Christmas would not be complete without one listen, so here it is.
Let us know if there is any Christmas tunes that you think we have missed?