We also provide chords to several of the Christmas songs to make it easy to play them on guitar or piano.
Hi and welcome! First of all, let’s get a quick overview of the main contents of this website.
- Christmas songs – lyrics to popular Christmas songs.
- Christmas carols – lyrics to traditional Christmas carols.
- Chords – chords to popular Christmas songs and Carols for guitar and piano.
- Christmas music – listen to your favorite Christmas albums, for example Christmas by Michael Bublé.
- Christmas poems – lyrics to Christmas poems, stories, novels and books. Example: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and My, Myself and Santa Claus by Balder Hawfinch.
A Christmas greeting
Okay, now you know about the main content of the site, so lets talk about the thoughts and concepts behind it.
One of the best ways to really feel the Christmas spirit is to sing, play and listen to Christmas music. And that’s what this website is all about! We love Christmas music and all the beautiful songs that comes with it.
But it isn’t always easy to remember the lyrics to all the songs, and it’s even harder to remember the chords. Sometimes you don’t even remember what the Christmas carol you want to sing is called.
Fortunately, this site helps us with all these matters, and more.
Isn’t it nice to stroll about in the falling snow and feel how your toes slowly begins to freeze, when you suddenly hear carol singers singing their songs a bit further down the road? You forget all about your toes and instead a big smile spreads all over your face.
Or when you’re sitting at home by the open fire with family and friends all around you, and someone begins to play the guitar and everybody sings along.
As we all know, Christmas music isn’t just something for the actual Christmas. It’s all around us for many weeks before, and yes, it can be a bit annoying when you hear the latest Christmas hit for the 100th time in a shopping mall you never even wanted to set your foot in to begin with.
But it’s another story when we hear the local choir, when you sing along to Michael Bublé’s Christmas as you make a mess in the kitchen, or when you practice to get your fingers around that guitar chord you hardly knowed existed just a few days ago, just to be able to play your favorite Christmas song.
That’s what I like to call pure Christmas spirit!
You also get the chance to learn, for example, who wrote a certain Christmas song, and when it was written.
Finally, don’t miss the chance to discover the carols you never knew existed.
Christmas carols are peaceful songs to be sung in church, or together with family and friends in front of an open fire. Pour som hot mulled wine, print out the lyrics to your favorite carols and let Christmas and love flow all around you.
If you’re more of a hullabaloo person, maybe you’ll like one of the presented Christmas songs. Why not listen to, look at, and sing along with Mariah Carey and her song All I Want For Christmas Is You?
If you’re an old rock’n’roller with Christmas in mind, you can join Elvis Presley and his boys. Get your guitar and play along with Elvis when he celebrates Christmas with the sentimental tune Blue Christmas.
Don’t know what you’re looking for? We’ll give you a list of some of the best christmas songs ever made.