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We present here the lyrics of some of the most popular Christmas carols, hymns and songs on Christ.

Christmas Carols

The holy festival of Christmas is associated with traditions, harmony, love, kindness, and sharing. It is celebrated with great majesty and magnificence across the world on 25th December every year as it marks the birthday of Holy Jesus Christ. Thus, festivities are grand and extravagant to honor Christ and Virgin Mary. Celebrations include making native scenes, attending midnight mass, decorating homes and trees, and preparing traditional foods. The midnight mass is incomplete without the singing of Christmas carols. Most of them are related to the Nativity story and Jesus Christ. St Francis of Assisi is credited with introducing Christmas carols to the church services for the first time in the 12th century.

The word 'carol' is a derivation of the French word 'caroler' meaning 'dancing around in a circle'. Oliver Cromwell who was a Protestant banned the joyous-themed Christmas carols in England and thus, many old Christmas carols were lost over time. In Victorian era, they were revived again to take over the somber lyrics of the Christian hymns. By the 19th century, Christmas carols became quite popular again in the United States and England alike. The recent Christmas symbols, such as Santa Claus and reindeer found their place in later Christmas carols too. With this section, know the different popular and unusual Christmas carols to include in your festive celebrations. Read on.

Most of the Christmas carols are related to the Nativity story and Jesus Christ as our Savior. St Francis of Assisi is credited with introducing Christmas carols to the church services for the first time in the 12th century. The word 'carol' is a derivation of the French word 'caroler' meaning 'dancing around in a circle'. Oliver Cromwell who was a Protestant banned the joyous-themed Christmas carols in England and thus many old Christmas carols were lost for all time. In Victorian era, they were revived again to take over the somber lyrics of the Christian hymns. By the 19th century, Christmas carols became quite popular again in the United States and England. The recent Christmas symbols such as Santa Claus and reindeer found their place in later Christmas carols too.


The Twelve Days of Christmas
All I Want for Christmas
Angels from the Realms of Glory
Angels We Have Heard on High
Away in a Manger
Birthday of a King
Christmas is Coming
The Christmas Song
O Come, All Ye Faithful
Ding Dong! Merrily on High
Do You Hear What I Hear?
The First Noel
From Heaven Above to Earth
Frosty the Snowman
Good King Wenceslas
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
I Heard the Bells
History of Christmas Carols
The Holly & The Ivy
I'll be Home for Christmas
I Saw Three Ships
Jingle Bells
Joy to the World
Little Drummer Boy
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
Must be Santa
Nuttin' For Christmas
O Holy Night
Rudolph - Red Nosed Reindeer
Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Silent Night
The Holiday Season
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
White Christmas
Australian Christmas Carols
Children Christmas Carols
French Christmas Carols
Funny Christmas Carols
German Christmas Carols
History of Christmas Carols
Italian Christmas Carols
Polish Christmas Carols
Spanish Christmas Carols
Swedish Christmas Carols
Traditional Christmas Carols
Ukrainian Christmas Carols