- Jun 8, 2008
I don't remember if there is a yearly thread for this or not but please share your most favorite song for the holidays.
The thread we usually have isn't for one favorite holiday song, but I doubt anyone is going to feel constrained to keep himself to posting only one song. We are a rather bold lot here on Pricescope. Thank you for starting the thread this year, missy.I don't remember if there is a yearly thread for this or not but please share your most favorite song for the holidays.
Thank you Deb. I love holiday music. I look forward to hearing your favorite song(s).The thread we usually have isn't for one favorite holiday song, but I doubt anyone is going to feel constrained to keep himself to posting only one song. We are a rather bold lot here on Pricescope. Thank you for starting the thread this year, missy.
I am sorry your mom is in poor health and hope she improves. Hope the holiday music brings cheer to you and your family.I love Christmas Carols!
My personal preference is not to hear them until the day after Thanksgiving, but this year (due to my mom's poor health), my household has already started our Christmas Season so we are playing Christmas Carols at home and in the car, and of course the stores have been playing Carols since, what, Labor Day?
My top three favorites are A Marshmallow World by Dean Martin (), Mistletoe & Holly by Frank Sinatra (), and The 12 Days of Christmas by Straight No Chaser ()
your very welcomeI feel the same way, and every year I hope it is posted in the holiday music thread which I visit many times. I love hearing it. Thank you for posting it!
Sharon, we have very similar taste in music (and cycling and bling too). I LOVE all the songs you listed so much. That Bare Naked Ladies version is amazing. And ditto all your other selections.HI:
So sooooooooooo many. Dido, Christmas Day. Streisand--Ava Maria. Bare Naked Ladies--God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman. Mathas --The Christmas Song. Orbison--Pretty Paper. Most versions of Carols of the Bells. Diana Krall NY Eve. Bob and Doug McKenzie 12 days of Christmas!
I love Mary, Did You Know by CeeLo Green. That tune and those words get me every time. And of course Frank and Bing well, they are music geniuses. I am not familiar with Justin Beiber's music (I am too old lol).On my deathbed, please send Harry Connick Jr. to sing "Sleigh Ride" (with DH by my side, lol).
As well as anything by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby, I also love "Mary, Did you Know" by CeeLo Green, "Little Drummer Boy" by Bob Seger, and "Mistletoe" by Justin Beiber (lol, can't believe I admitted that one!).