A century on, we can still find Christmas sayies and songs of the season on the internet, on the radio, in print and on TV.

But we don’t have to look far for some of them.

A look back at some of the most popular and memorable Christmas sayyings of all time.


‘Merry Christmas’ by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1.

The Merry Christmas Singers: Henry Wadhampton and William Blake 2.

‘I’ve been a Christmas Angel’ by Johnny Cash 3.

‘We’re All Christmas’ and ‘Mann-dum-a-thon’ by The Kinks 4.

‘Christmas in the Park’ by the Kinks and the Grateful Dead 5.

‘My Christmas Song’ by Jimi Hendrix 6.

‘The Christmas Song Of The World’ by George Harrison and his band, The Beatles 7.

‘It’s Not Christmas Anymore’ by Pink Floyd 8.

‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ by Muddy Waters and The Eagles 9.

‘Teddy Bear Christmas’ (1939) by the Eagles 10.

‘Oh Santa Claus, Christmas Is Here’ by Frank Sinatra 11.

‘There Will Be A New Song For Christmas’ – The Who 12.

‘Santa Claus Has Come Back’ by Elvis Presley 13.

‘Holly Jolly Christmas’ is a Christmas song by Elvis Costello and The Monkees 14.

‘Cinderella Kisses’ by James Brown and The Rolling Stones 15.

‘Happy Birthday’ by Billy Joel 16.

‘Little Red Riding Hood’ by Al Green 17.

‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charlie Chaplin 18.

‘O Christmas Tree’ by David Bowie 19.

‘Jingle Bells’ by John Lennon and Paul McCartney 20.

‘Heavenly Father’ by Prince Charles 21.

‘Boys Are Back In Town’ by Queen and Jimmy Page 22.

‘Don’t Stop Believin’ by Patti Smith and the Rolling Stones   23.

‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ by Jimmy Buffett 24.

‘That Old Rose Garden’ by Elton John 25.

‘Here Comes The Night Time’ by Marvin Gaye and The Supremes 26.

‘Love Me Do’ by Michael Jackson 27.

‘Loving You’ by Bob Marley and The Wailers 28.

‘God Bless You, Country Roads’ by R.E.M. 29.

‘Sweet Caroline’ by Joan Jett and the Dixie Chicks 30.

‘She’s Not Your Mother’ by Mary Martin and the Maytals 31.

‘Let It Snow’ by Paul Simon and his Blue Sky Boys 32.

‘Holiday In The Park’ is one of the biggest Christmas singings of All Time by Michael Bublé and the All-Stars 33.

‘Do I Have To Dance?’ by Queen, The Rolling Thunder, The Black Eyed Peas, The Monks, The Mamas and The Papas and The Jets 34.

‘Have A Merry Christmas’ from Elvis Presleys first album, Elvis Pres. II 35.

‘You’ve Got A Friend’ by Sting and The Cars 36.

‘What’s The Word?’ by The Beatles and Paul Simon 37.

‘Good Christmas’ written by George Carlin 38.

‘For Christmas’ lyrics by Johnny Mercer 39.

‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ by Harry Chapin and The Band 40.

‘How Come You Don’t Want To Go Out’ by Mariah Carey 41.

‘Can’t Help Falling In Love With Someone’ by Madonna and the Sex Pistols 42.

‘One More Christmas’ with David Bowie and the Black Eyeds 43.

‘Get Up’ by Nick Drake 44.

‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ by Bruno Mars and the Wailer 45.

‘No More Mr. Nice Guy’ by Ray Charles and the Animals 46.

‘Roses are Red’ by Etta James 47.

‘Just Like A Christmas Carol by John Williams 48.

‘Thank You For Loving Me’ by Stevie Wonder 49.

‘Walt Disney And The Snow White Walt Disney’ written and performed by George Michael 50.

‘Come on In’ written for the Christmas album by Jimmy Buffet and the Buffalos 51.

‘Hello, It’s Me Santa Claus!

I’m Here For You’ written on the album by George Jones 52.

‘Prayer For A Christmas’ sung by Elvis and the Beatles 53.

‘Y’all Are My Heroes’ written with the help of Johnny Cash, written and sung by the Doors and the Smashing Pumpkins 54.

‘And I Love You, My Love’ by Ed Sullivan and the Beach Boys 55. ‘Rock