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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Utah chapter.

As the holidays draw near, many are starting to get into the holiday mood, people love the twinkling lights and the extreme amounts of people crowding the mall. However, if you’re like me, you’re not in Christmas-Mode the day after the 4th of July like everybody else. But, what’s the best way to beat those holiday blues that is simple and cherished by all? Music. Sit back, relax, and I dare you not to feel in Red and Green by the end of this amazing playlist!

1. White Christmas- Bing Crosby 

Nothing is better than a classical beat and a melting voice, enjoy a warm beverage snuggled up on your couch and enjoy the sounds of Bing Crosby. 

2. Blue Christmas- Elvis Presley 

In my house, it is a tradition to listen to Elvis Presley Christmas tunes. The rock and roll king absolutely must have a place in your playlist this Christmas. 

3. Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry 

If you want an upbeat tune to decorate or get the wrapping done or even just to jam to, Chuck Berry is your man. 

4. Let It Snow! Let It Snow!- Frank Sinatra 

Frank Sinatra has your back when you want a classy holiday song that will make you feel wonderful!

5. Frosty, The Snowman- Ella Fitzgerald 

If you want to listen to a beautiful voice this holiday, Ella Fitzgerald will do you good. With an amazing voice, she is sure to make this holiday wonderful. 

6. Jingle Bell Rock – The Platters

You can never skip out on Jingle Bell Rock…. Especially, because of the Mean Girls dance number. And, Jingle Bell Rock is just really catchy. 

7. Baby, It’s Cold Outside- Bing Crosby & Doris Day 

Any version of this song is awesome and just makes you feel more in the mood for the holiday. 

8. All I Want For Christmas- Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey’s voice can always make you feel wanted. So sit back and listen to this wonderful hit. 

Lastly, whatever holiday you celebrate, music is the best way in celebrating it. Just because it is not listed above does not mean it isn’t important. Please have a wonderful holiday and always find that the gift of music can be magical. 

Her Campus Utah Chapter Contributor