It’s the end of the year and the season of holidays.
You’ve got your family, the kids are playing, the family dog is eating dinner.
You’re feeling good, you’ve got a party planned and your favorite band is coming to town.
But there’s one thing that’s missing from your playlist this year: the holiday music.
For the most part, holiday music is an afterthought.
But some holiday-themed music is as good as a holiday.
We’ve rounded up 10 holiday music that’s sure to make your holiday week even more special.
The Christmas Vacation: The Chimes of Santa, “The Christmas Vacate” (2009) The Chings of Santa is a holiday song by the Swedish band The Chances, which debuted in 1997 and is still one of the biggest Christmas songs of all time.
But the song itself has been adapted into a number of different holiday movies over the years.
This time around, the Chimes is singing in an all-white background and dressed up like Santa Claus.
There are also lots of Christmas-themed Easter eggs sprinkled throughout.
Watch the video to hear it in all its glory: Chimes – “The Holiday Vacate.”
The Holiday Spirit: The Nutcracker, “Sugar Claus” (1971) The Nut Cracker was a Christmas staple that played at the start of every holiday season.
But it’s never really been the same since the 1970s.
The NutCracker was released in 1971 as a Christmas holiday song.
Now, it’s sung in a different way, with the main characters singing in a much more subdued way.
This is the first time that it’s been used in a holiday movie, and it’s a pretty impressive feat.
Nutcrackers – “Sugarcreek.”
The Holidays: The Dixie Chicks, “We’ll Be Home for Christmas” (1983) The Dies Are Gone is a Christmas song that the Dies are Gone has re-released for a number, and this is the best one of them all.
It’s one of my favorite Christmas songs because of the lyrics, but also because it has a lot of holiday spirit.
This Christmas song is about the holiday spirit, and how we can all be a part of it.
Watch this video to get the full experience: Dies – “We Will Be Home.”
The Little Mermaid: Ariel and the Little Mermaid, “Tangled” (2010) The Little Men have been singing about their adventures since they were kids.
In the late 1970s, they released the film Frozen.
They’re back again this year with a new version of this Disney classic, which is also sung in this holiday tune.
The song has a magical sound that you can’t help but be transported to the film, and the singing is very sweet.
Ariel – “Tangling.”
The Muppets: The Muppet Christmas Carol, “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (1984) The Mooch has been singing the Christmas classic ever since they started in 1964, and we’ve been hearing this song for many years.
It was originally a Christmas hit for the Muppies, but they’ve used it in many movies, including The Mummy and The Dark Crystal.
It makes the Moochy Christmas special, and you can get a great Christmas movie with it.
This song has all the Muppet voices in it, including the voices of Kermit and Miss Piggy, and also a few other characters like Kermit the Frog and Donald Duck.
This film is still available on DVD, but you can find the original version on YouTube.
Moo – “Christmas Carol.”
The New Year’s Eve Carol: The Merry Wives of Windsor, “Old Lady of the Lake” (1949) The original version of The Merry Widow of Windsor is a bit different than the re-recorded version we’re hearing this year.
It is sung in all-red and is played at a festive Christmas dinner.
The original lyrics are a bit more uplifting than the ones we’re seeing this year, and there’s also a little bit of a Santa Claus element.
The Merry Wife of Windsor – “Old lady of the lake.”
The Reindeer and the Snowman: The Christmas Carol and the Winter Solstice Song, “Santa Claus Comes to Town” (1979) Christmas Carol is one of those holiday songs that is pretty much universally loved.
But I think there’s a lot to love in this song.
The Winter Solstices is a great holiday song, and that’s where I think it’s really unique.
This holiday song is all about the winter solstice, and I think that it will be a hit for Christmas, too.
Santa Claus comes to town with the Reindeers, and he’s bringing presents to everyone.
This part of the