Add These Songs To Your Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Playlist ASAP

Ok, y’all. Thanksgiving is over. That’s right. The time has come. We are only playing Christmas music from here on out, so get ready to here a ton of Xmas tunes every single place you go. Whether you’re shopping at the mall or hitting up Chipotle, you can and will be hearing Rudolph and co. in a chorus at all times.

The problem is that these classic Christmas songs tend to be overplayed, especially considering some of our fave classics are like a million years old. We’re looking at you “Silent Night.”

It’s time to switch things up. If you need to turn up at your ugly Christmas sweater party and/or liven the mood with your family while you bake holiday cookies, these songs will put you in the holiday spirit without making your ears bleed.

1. “Santa Tell Me” by Ariana Grande

If you have not yet heard this song, you have not yet celebrated Christmas. This is our generation’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”

2. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey

Speak of the devil, this song is actually the first piece of music ever recorded on audio. That is an actual fact of history and science. You’re welcome!

3. “My Only Wish” by Britney Spears

Britney at her very best. It’s the classic, cheesy pop sound of the 2000s and there’s nobody else who could sing it better than Britney.

4. “This Christmas (Braxton Family Version)” by The Braxtons

There will be no better harmonies sung this holiday season. Carollers at your door? Leave it shut and turn up the Braxton sisters.

5. “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by the cast of Glee

It is not a fact that the Glee cover is better than the original BUT it is a fact that this more diverse and less terrifying version of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is better than the original.

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