What Your Favorite Christmas Song Says About You


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Music has always represented us, the kind of music we listen to, our favorite songs, the songs we hate. So how does our favorite Christmas song represent us? down below are a few of the hundreds of Christmas songs and what they say about you. So scroll to the end to find your favorite Christmas song and what it says about you.


“Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson and Mitchell Parish:

You are the kind of person who celebrates the moment, you are always present and joyful about what’s going on around you.


“Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow” by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne:

Your life is just going great, it’s the holidays, and you’re in love. 


“A Holly Jolly Christmas” by Johnny Marks:

You started blasting Christmas tunes in early November. You block off everyone’s comments by turning up the volume.


“It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” by Meredith Willson:

You would never miss any of the millions of traditions that Christmas time brings.


“Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town” by Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie:

You are a master at secret Santas and are involved in many, you will also be attending numerous Christmas parties.


“Jingle Bell Rock” by Joseph Carleton Beal and James Ross Boothe:

Wednesdays, you wear pink. No doubt about it.


“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” by Johnny Marks:

You adore classic Christmas, it makes you think of your childhood.


“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” by Johnny Marks:

You know the choreography of the mean girls dance and are dancing all month long.


“Winter Wonderland” by Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith:

You definitely daydream a lot.


“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin:

You are on the side of Christmas doesn’t start until after Thanksgiving.


“All I want for Christmas is you” by Mariah Carey:

You’re a diva, full of sass and ready to slay the holidays. You can hit every note in this song high and low.


“Silent Night” by Franz Xaver Gruber:

You love traditions like a fat kid likes cake. I bet you started celebrating Christmas before Thanksgiving. 


“Baby Please Come Home” by Mariah Carey:

Mariah is queen. You like the classic songs but love them when a modern artist is singing them.


“Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen:

You love to praise god. Either that or you just really like Jeff Buckley.


“Carol of the Bells” by Mykola Leontovich:

You have an eye for finding the best of things, this makes you a great gift giver.


“Last Christmas” by George Michael:

Your still not over your first Bf/Gf. Don’t worry we’re not judging. 


“Little Drummer Boy” by Katherine Kennicott Davis:

You love this time of year when you can come together with your loved ones and enjoy their company, but you also get stressed and overwhelmed by all the expectations.


“Happy Xmas (War is over)” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono:

You’re the buffer, you hate drama. When tension builds at the family dinner you are the one who tries to keep the peace. 


“The Christmas Song” by Mel Tormé:

Old soul alert, you enjoy spending time with your family and the traditions that the holiday brings. 


“Baby It’s Cold Outside” by Frank Loesser:

You’re on the naughty list for sure. 


“I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas” by John Rox:

You have definitely had a handful of very heated arguments, Is the singer a boy or a girl?


“Mary Did you Know” by Michael English:

You’re probably in the school choir, you probably performed this song and now you can’t get it out of your head.


“Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer” by Randy Brooks:

If you love to see your friend’s expressions when you play this song, then you are definitely spontaneous and playful. You can also be Absurd and maybe even a little (or a lot) inappropriate. 


“Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber:

You little one, stop fangirling over JB he’s married.


“Frosty The Snowman” by Walter “Jack” Rollins and Steve Nelson:

Your favorite holiday movies are the classic Rudolph, Frosty, and Charlie Brown.


“Do They Know It’s Christmas” by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure:

Stop fantasizing about being born in the ’80s. 


“God Rest Ye Gentlemen” by Pentatonix:

You believe Christmas is more a time for peace on earth rather than presents.


“12 Days Of Christmas” by Andrew Carter and Frederic Austin:

You are organized, and very logical. Starting on the first day we can predict a very explicit ending 12 days later.


I hope three things came from this article. one, that you found your top favorite Christmas song, but if not your top then definitely your second. Two, that these descriptions were for the most part accurate. And three, that you and maybe even your group of friends had a fun time looking through and comparing answers. Happy holidays from me to you.