The most essential Christmas playlist

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What Christmas Means to Me,' Stevie Wonder: Let Stevie Wonder's genius grace your playlist. 

Blue Christmas,' Elvis Presley:  No Christmas playlist is complete without this sad but beautiful classic. It's been covered by artists like Patti LaBelle and The Bluebelles.

Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),' Darlene Love: This epic song was also covered by Bono.

Feliz Navidad,' José Feliciano: Released in the '70s, this upbeat track only gets more popular with every passing year.

The Hanukkah Song,' Adam Sandler - Even if you don't celebrate Christmas, there's an iconic holiday song for you.

Santa Claus is Coming to Town,' Bruce Springsteen: The Boss' rock 'n 'roll rendition of this classic is as fun and festive as the season should be.

Last Christmas,' Wham: Learning from your mistakes and treating your heart with the respect it deserves sounds good year round.

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,' Bing Crosby: It doesn't get any more traditional than Bing Crosby, the original king of Christmas.

Baby, It's Cold Outside,' Margaret Whiting and Johnny Mercer: The coy classic has been covered again and again.

All I Want for Christmas Is You,' Mariah Carey: This song has been a go-to for more than 20 years, blasting its way into the holiday canon.

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