Top 5 Christmas Songs

Lets get one thing straight. This is my blog, right? Therefore these are my top 5 Christmas songs. If you don’t like it don’t listen – but these are, in actual real life, the top 5 Christmas songs of all time. That’s my time, right?

Merry Christmas Everybody by Slade:

Mummy has been struggling to feel the Christmas spirit until now, but this has got her tingling, she says. I think they look weird, and what on earth was the rubbish telly? Did nobody tell them about HD and 3D? However I do have to admit that it is my favourite, I know all the words, I have been admired for cuteness when singing it in town, but no, my Granny doesn’t rock ‘n roll like they suggest in the lyrics!

Last Christmas by Ashley Tisdale:

Look, I said this was my top 5 ok? Deal with it! Sharpay Evans is my role model. I think I have the bad attitude completely nailed. Isn’t George Michael for my Mum anyway?*Insert eyeroll* Or maybe my Dad…

Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer by ‘Destiny’s Child’:

I am loving the X Factor at the moment, especially Kelly and the girls, but I can’t work out which one she is in here….

Right, now for my next 2 Mummy has twisted my arm and made me put her current faves in. Now, never one for blowing my own trumpet I am very reluctant to make you watch these, but……. you have to watch these!!

Frosty the Snowman by me and my mates:

This was my first ever Christmas dance show in a real theatre. If you didn’t make it to the end at least watch the last 30 seconds because you will see me gently take control of the situation when a younger dancer momentarily forgot her steps – it was my starring role!

Donkey Plodding by The Bug’s school nativity production:

So what do you think? Good enough to make it into the top 5 Christmas songs? Oh. Back to the drawing board then…

8 thoughts on “Top 5 Christmas Songs”

  1. I’d never heard Donkey plodding before, I fink! I all of those but I do confess I love love George Michael, I was going to marry him ya know (well, before he announced he was gay and all that).

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  2. Erm I prefer Wham ‘s Last Christmas , I do accept each to our own though! Your rendition of Frosty The Snowman is brilliant a star is born 🙂 x

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