Jingle bells, jingle bells…you know what’s coming, right? It’s Christmas! Along with it, comes the Christmas carols. Here are the top 5 Christmas carols sung all over the world:-

Holy Night

This song is an inspiration from the French poem by a wine seller. A wine seller named Placide Cappeau was asked by a priest to pen a song for the Christmas orchestra in 1847. Then in 1853, Adolph Adam added the translation and music, making it one of the best Christmas carols.

Children Go Where I Send Thee

This has an African-American origin where each day of Christmas is defined by one speciality. This song is sung by the young and old. Children use this carol to learn numbers. 

Deck The Halls

This song is all about celebrating Christmas and decorating our houses, dating back to the 16th century. It was later revamped by Mozart. This traditional Welsh song has been passed down over the years and remains everyone’s favorite.

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

How can anyone forget this song among the list of Christmas carols. This song celebrates the gaiety of Christmas and throws in wishes for the New Year as well. 

Jingle Bells

Ho! ho! ho! This carol is still on number one. It is written by James Lord Pierpont with jolly good music and vocals. This song tells us all about Santa’s journey and the environment of Christmas. This song brings back childhood memories and remains everyone’s favorite.

So here’s wishing you all a safe and Merry Christmas with plenty of good music and cheer.