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Christmas Come-ons (Playlist)

As we all know, Christmas is about world peace and the baby Jesus and drunken office parties and warm apple cider and desperate attempts to save the failing economy and beating up your neighbors to get the last Elmo off the shelf at Walmart. But it’s also about meeting your darling under the mistletoe for a little coochy coo. Coochy coo? Listen, if it’s good enough for Faron Young and King George, it’s good enough for me.

Here’s a playlist of Christmas come-ons for your enjoyment and possible practical application in the coming week. It’s slanted heavily (okay, completely) mainstream and contemporary, mostly because that’s the stuff that was coming to mind. Feel free to comment with your own suggestions and take the list in any direction you please.

  • All I Want for Christmas Dear Is You – Travis Tritt (Buck Owens)
  • All I Want for Christmas Is You – LeAnn Rimes
  • All I Want for Christmas Is You – Whitney Duncan (Mariah Carey song)
  • Baby It’s Cold Outside – Lady Antebellum (new on iTunes this week)
  • Blame It On the Mistletoe – Toby Keith
  • Christmas Cookies – George Strait
  • Christmas in Your Arms – Steve Wariner
  • Hangin’ Round the Mistletoe – Alabama
  • I Know What I Want for Christmas – George Strait
  • I Only Want You for Christmas – Alan Jackson
  • Just Love Me – LeAnn Rimes
  • Just Put a Ribbon in Your Hair – Doug Stone
  • Let’s Make a Little Christmas Tonight – Phil Vassar
  • Meet Me Under the Mistletoe – Randy Travis
  • Rockin’ Little Christmas – Brooks & Dunn
  • Santa Baby – Kellie Pickler
  • The Angel at the Top of My Tree – Kenny Chesney
  • The Night Before Christmas – Alabama
  • The Season for Romance – Lee Ann Womack
  • Wrap Me in Love – Joe Diffie
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5 Comments

  1. Would “Shimmey Down the Chimney” by Allison Krauss work?

  2. Oh, that’s a good one. Thanks for mentioning it.

  3. “A Christmas to Remember” – Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers

  4. Dang, someone beat me to that Alison Krauss song. Dag nabbit. But that’s my favorite.

  5. Can I say best run-on sentence ever it was really good and I like “All i Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey but I know it’s not country but it still counts right?

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