The magical time of Christmas has always been linked with heartwarming songs that capture the festive feeling and make a lasting impression on our memories. This year, while we enjoy the happiness of the holidays, let’s go on a journey through the popular Christmas songs from movies that have not only lasted a long time but have also become an important part of the movies’ celebration of this happy season. This list is made from the Spotify charts, and we have chosen the popular songs from movies.

Trending Christmas Songs from Movies:

1. “All I Want for Christmas Is You”

Mariah Carey’s very famous holiday song, “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” has become a very important and essential part of the joyful season. However, its effect goes beyond the radio waves and reaches into the realm of movies. This song that never gets old becomes the main focus in the movie “All I Want for Christmas.”

2. “Last Christmas – Single Version” 

The song “Last Christmas” has a place in the movie Last Christmas from 2019. In this film, the famous music of George Michael is the spotlight for music lovers. The movie has not only this much-loved song but also a song that has never been released before by the artist. As we deeply involve ourselves in the touching story, George Michael’s songs become a very important part of the movie experience, making us feel nostalgic and giving us a fresh understanding of his musical heritage.

3. “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” 

A Christmas movie marathon cannot be considered finished without the timeless Home Alone, and one of its most unforgettable scenes is centered around the song “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree.” In the movie of 1990, the young boy named Kevin McCallister cleverly uses this jolly melody to deceive potential thieves, thereby introducing a comical element related to the holiday theme in the plot. This song has become like a symbol for the naughty charm of “Home Alone,” making a never-ending connection between music and fun.

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4. “Jingle Bell Rock” 

In a delightful twist of nostalgia, Lindsay Lohan covers “Jingle Bell Rock” in her 2022 Netflix film, Falling for Christmas. This choice serves as a nod to Lohan’s iconic performance of the track in the 2004 teen comedy Mean Girls. The inclusion of this catchy and spirited tune adds a layer of fun and familiarity to the holiday-themed romantic comedy, inviting viewers to reminisce about Lohan’s memorable on-screen moments.

5. “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”

The famous song “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” by Meredith Willson, which was written in 1951, is loved by people even today. It is featured in the 2004 movie The Polar Express and is enjoyed by the audience. This amazing song, which was a hit for Perry Como and the Fontane Sisters, brings back memories and adds a feeling of joy and celebration to the wonderful adventure shown in the movie. The smooth joining of this old song raises the movie’s magical feeling, making it a necessary watch during the holiday time.

6. “Underneath the Tree” 

The song “Underneath the Tree” by Kelly Clarkson adds a modern air to the collection of songs played during the holiday season. The song was featured in the 2016 holiday comedy film called Office Christmas Party. This made the song even more popular as a modern Christmas anthem. “Underneath the Tree” is a song that brings a lot of excitement and joyful feelings, making it a great addition to the modern portrayal of Christmas in movies.

7. “Sleigh Ride”

The song “Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson, which is usually played by a light orchestra, sounds different in Ella Fitzgerald’s version from 1960. This version can be heard in the 2003 movie Elf. This cool and groovy version adds a feeling of festive happiness and fun energy to the movie. When Buddy the Elf goes on his fun adventures, Fitzgerald’s classic version of “Sleigh Ride” becomes the ideal music buddy, making the movie’s festive atmosphere even better.

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