The world is getting ready to celebrate the Christmas holiday, but not without a bit of festive cheer.
According to an article published on the BBC, we’re going to hear some of the most popular Christmas songs played on the radio on December 25th, the day the holiday is celebrated.
The BBC report explains that the songs are mostly sung by men, while the female voices are mostly reserved for children and young people.
The songs are also usually accompanied by a festive backdrop and the music itself is typically a mix of folk songs, rock, classical and pop tunes.
Some of the Christmas tunes on the air include the original “Happy Birthday,” “We Are The Champions,” “Hail Mary,” “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and “Auld Lang Syne.”
The BBC also explained that in the event of a major catastrophe or disaster, it’s usually the women singers that are sent to the hospital to sing the songs in a specially prepared room.
The Christmas season has become quite popular in recent years, and the BBC reports that the number of people singing Christmas songs has increased.
It’s not just Christmas, but many other holidays are also celebrated, like New Year’s Eve and Easter.
The list of Christmas songs is actually quite impressive, as it includes “You Will Never Walk Away,” “Holiday Story,” “A Christmas Carol,” “Mary Poppins,” “Tucson Sky,” “Cinderella,” “Merry Christmas,” “God Bless America,” “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer,” “The Lion King,” “Bubba Ho-Tep,” “Aladdin,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “My Christmas,” and “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
It’s not a big deal, but it’s nice to know that these popular Christmas tunes are available to listen on Christmas day.
There are a few other Christmas songs that are also available for listeners to enjoy.
There’s “My Little Pony,” “Hamilton,” “Happy Holidays” and, of course, “Catch Me If You Can.”
There are also songs from the likes of Elvis Presley and The Beatles, but if you want to listen for yourself, there’s also a Christmas playlist that includes “White Christmas” by The Beatles and “Happy New Year” by Elvis Presleys.