10 Greatest Christmas Songs Of The Decade

Here's the 10 Greatest Christmas Songs Of The Decade. December is a bittersweet month full of joy, laughter, receiving and giving of gifts and cards, but it is also a stressful and hectic time. Battling frantic shoppers, preparing for the festivities, stressing over finals, the list goes on and on.

Love them or hate them, there's no chance high street stores are going to desist from the Christmas tunes. The likes of Mariah Carey and Slade singing about Christmas trees and Santa are good for business, making people much more likely to splash out on gifts, according to research from the music licensing organisations.

Over the last decade they have seen a rise in Christmas-themed music played in stores and have analysed data from shops, radio airplay, television and live events to reveal Carey's All I want for Christmas is You as the most played from the last 10 years.
The top 10 most played Christmas songs of the noughties:

1. ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU Mariah Carey (1994)

Glee Cast – All I Want For Christmas Is You

Justin Bieber Duet with Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You

Michael Buble – All I Want For Christmas Is You

2. FAIRYTALE OF NEW YORK The Pogues (1987)

3. MERRY XMAS EVERYBODY Slade (1973)

4. STOP THE CAVALRY Jona Lewie (1980)

5. DO THEY KNOW IT'S CHRISTMAS? Band Aid (1984)

Glee Cast – Do They Know It's Christmas?

6. DRIVING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Chris Rea (1988)

7. LAST CHRISTMAS Wham (1984)

Taylor Swift – Last Christmas

8. I BELIEVE IN FATHER CHRISTMAS Greg Lake (1975)

9. STEP INTO CHRISTMAS Elton John (1973)

10. WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS TIME Paul McCartney (1979)

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