'Christmas Time All Over the World'
Sammy wishes good holiday tidings to everyone across the world, regardless of locale, customs or language.
'Breath of Heaven (Mary's Song)'
This song finds Mary in the manger, hoping she's up for the challenge of parenting the world's savior.
The Cute (Former) Beatle pens an infectiously catchy holiday song, which has been covered dozens of times since its 1979 release.
'Wizards in Winter'
Nearly 7 million YouTube fans know this best from the popular 'Christmas Lights Gone Wild' clip.
'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)'
'O Little Town of Bethlehem'
Elvis' first album of Christmas songs, which included this popular carol, has sold nearly 20 million copies since its release in 1957.
'Little Saint Nick'
Who better to write about the North Pole's most famous resident than these sun-soaked California boys? Oh, wait ...
Sammy's a big star, but this song was performed from the actual stars back in 1965 by the Gemini 6 astronauts.
This song could work for any holiday, but its lush arrangement seems particularly suited for Dec. 25.
Feliciano sends his catchy Merry Christmas wish in Spanish from his homeland of Puerto Rico.
'Christmas in Killarney'
Crosby takes our Xmas tour to Ireland, the "prettiest picture" of a town you'll ever spend the holidays in.
'The Christmas Waltz'
One-two-three, one-two-three ... Mathis wishes you a great holiday in the standard three-quarter time of the waltz.
Kitt's just asking for the simple things any good girl deserves at Christmas: a car, a mink and a yacht.
'My Favorite Things'
Strictly speaking, this isn't a holiday song, but it's been co-opted by the holiday due to its heavy use of seasonal imagery.
'Mary's Boy Child'
The "King of Calypso" gazes back across time and miles of ocean to herald the arrival of Baby Jesus.
1970 saw up-and-coming R&B star Hathaway mixing horns with sleigh bells on this soulful Christmas tune.
'I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day'
A Civil War-era poem calling for peace at the holidays was set to music and has since been covered by many artists, including these Christian rockers back in 2008.
'Happy Xmas (War is Over)'
A plain-spoken, unglamorized look at the horror of war amidst the holiday season from the former Beatle.
'All I Want for Christmas Is You'
This New Orleans-based country band backs a woman whose refusal to accept any form of Christmas makes her a dream wife for anyone who fears shopping malls.
'A Marshmallow World'
Martin views the holiday landscape through the eyes of a very hungry person with a big sweet tooth.