2.) Snoopy and the Red Baron (Snoopy's Christmas) (Royal Guardsman): I refuse to defend this choice. If you can't get some enjoyment out of this then you're dead inside. End of Story.
3.) All I Want for Christmas is You (Vince Vance and the Valiants): Move over Mariah Carey, this song blows yours outta of the water. Well, at least it does for me. Listen, I have memories of singing along to this song while riding around in the backseat of my father's loaner car as a kid. Each time I heard it, I daydreamed about being far away and doing unspeakably naughty things with my Sweet Baboo. And, you know what? I'll admit it, I still do! "Santa can't bring me what I need" is a sentiment I understand and have always understood.
4.) The Lord's Prayer (Engelbert Humperdink): This is just a classic. I don't know why I have to defend it. What do you mean, you've never heard of Engelbert Humperdink? You thought it was someone on the Princess Bride? Well, you're wrong. Just go educate yourself. I refuse to argue with an ignorant person. I'm right on this one.
5.) Christmas Time is Here (Vince Guaraldi Trio): For anyone born after 1965, this song brings ya straight back straight back to your childhood. For me, it was a snowy day, when my father picked up a VHS version of "Charlie Brown's Christmas" for us a gas station after a dentist appointment. We were thrilled, and, for a moment, all was right with the world. Even now, when I listen to this song, I believe twigs can transform into beautiful Christmas trees. Then of course, I break into an awful rendition of "Hark the Harold Angels Sing": Loo loo loo loo.
*Runners Up: Adam Sandler's "Hanukkah Song," and, because I'm a red neck at heart, Randy Brooks "Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer."