Your Favorite Christmas Song Besides White Christmas?

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  1. tyndale1946

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    I'll start the ball rolling... Oh Come all Ye Faithful!... Brother Glen [​IMG]
     
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    "Merry Christmas From the Family" by Robert Earl Keen
     
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    Hark the Herald Angels Sing
     
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    Sorry, can't limit it to one [​IMG]

    Hark The Herald Angels Sing
    Oh Come all Ye Faithful
    O Holy Night
    Silent Night

    With a honourable mention for Who Is He and One Day, two songs that manage to get most of the Gospel in [​IMG]

    Pete
     
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    O Holy Night
    Hark The Herald Angels Sing
    We three kings

    oh yeah....

    A child is born! la la la la....shall we bring Him silver or gold? ( my mind just went blank and I cannot think of the song. And I love it!)

    Sherrie :eek:
     
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    Can I confess I generally don't like Christmas songs? I much prefer Easter music. If pressed, I would say "O Holy Night."

    (An exception is granted for Handel's "For unto us a child is born" and "Glory to God," but you don't hear carolers singing them very often.)
     
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    Little Drummer Boy, followed closely by Silent Night.
     
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    The Carol of the Bells
     
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    Handel's Messiah
    Holy Night
     
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    I like Charles Wesley's "Come Thou Long Expected Jesus" We sing this year around....I guess it is not really a Christmas song,more of a song referring to His redemptive purposes.
     
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    `Tis the Lord! O wondrous story!
    `Tis the Lord the King of Glory1
    At His feet we humbly fall -
    Crown Him! Crown Him Lord of all!
    A wonderful hymn of our Lords` life and love.
     
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    Handel's Messiah - (Hallelujah Chorus)
    O Holy Night
    Silent Night
    Birthday of A (The) King
    Mary Did You Know?

    Merry Christmas Everybody! [​IMG]
     
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    Lord, I want your presence for Christmas.
    This is the first year I have heard it. It is now my favorite.
     
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    There are so many that are my favorite, but I would say, Silent Night.
     
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    Contemporary rendition to Hark the Herald.
     
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    O Holy Night

    One of the most reverent songs sung. The words are in proper context, the music uplifts the soul. Justified and I both find this the best hymn.

    My second favorite is O Come Emmanuel. Gregorian chant, sung acapella.

    Justified goes for the Negro Spiritual, I Wonder as I Wander.
     
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    More than one, and perhaps in this order:
    1. We Three Kings of Orient
    2. Joy to the World (definitely shouldn't be limited to Christmas)
    3. O Holy Night
    4. What Child is This
    5. Silent Night

    "While shepherds watched their flocks" by Nahum Tate is a very close to scripture song based on Luke 2. The common Christmas tune for the hymn, though, is not one of my favorites. We sing it to a different tune in some circles.
     
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    My all time favourite Christmas song is Good King Wenceslas:

    The last stanza reads:

    In his Master's steps he trod,
    Where the snow lay dinted,
    Heat was in the very sod,
    Which the Saint had printed;
    Therefore, Christian men, be sure,
    Wealth and rank possessing,
    Ye who now will bless the poor,
    Shall yourselves find blessing.

    If I may choose a secular song, I have a particular liking for one sung by the group Alabama called Christmas in Dixie. It embodies everything about the season and the kind of world I want to be a part of.

    Cheers,

    Jim
     
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    Olive,

    I was corrected today by a brother "NEGRO Christian" who was offended at my use of the term "NEGRO". :rolleyes:

    It is "AFRICAN AMERICAN SPIRITUAL"! :D

    Personally, it seems to lose some of the grace it seems to have by changing the term. :(

    Happy New Year to all! [​IMG]
     
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    Spiritual: O Little Town Of Bethlehem

    Other: I'll be Home for Christmas
     

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