The Most Popular Christmas Song In New York State
There are a ton of things that we can't agree on around the Holidays. When to put up the tree and lights. Politics. Christmas music. Just to name a few. It also seems that when it comes to what time is best to start playing Christmas Music, the topic is up for debate. According to a recent survey by FinanceBuzz, 50.06% of Americans say that you should start listening to Christmas music after Thanksgiving.
But we are full-on into holiday mode now, with Christmas on top of us tomorrow. So let's dissect the Christmas Music just a bit further. We all have our favorite holiday tunes. The modern classic "Do They Know It's Christmas" from Band-Aid is always in high rotation around my house.
And a Christmas season isn't complete without hearing "Christmas in Hollis" from Run-DMC.
But just what is the king of the hill when it comes to Christmas songs in New York State?
Well, there's a study for that. FinanaceBuzz did a study that was based on 5 years’ worth of Google trends search data for Billboard’s top 25 highest-charting holiday songs from Christmas week 2020. What did they find? Let's take a look.
The top 10 most popular Christmas songs from Christmas week 2020 were:
- Feliz Navidad
- Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- Wonderful Christmastime
- Santa Tell Me
- Last Christmas
- Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
- Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season
- Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
But what about here in the Empire State?
The honor goes to the timeless Andy Williams classic "Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season"
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