8 Best Old-School Christmas Music Videos


There’s nothing that can get you into the Christmas spirit like some good old-fashioned Christmas music…and some great old-school Christmas music videos.

These are the best old-school Christmas music videos to get you in the Christmas spirit:

1. “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer” // Elmo and Patsy

The only person you shouldn’t watch this video with is grandma.

2. “All I Want For Christmas Is You” // Mariah Carey

Is it even Christmas if this song hasn’t been played approximately 500 times? The video is even better.

3. “Deck The Halls” // SHeDaisy

Who knows what happened to trio, but this video with the magical present and old lady is one for the ages. Not to mention– the harmonies. And again, the grandma is the real star of this show.

4. “Grown-Up Christmas List” // Amy Grant

No one is better at Christmas than Amy Grant.

5. “Last Christmas” // Wham!

What’s this? The English boy band at a ski resort singing a Christmas song? Yes, please. There’s grief, a silly snowball fight and a plethora of ugly sweaters. It’s the very best of Christmas.

6. “Where Are You Christmas” // Faith Hill

I’m sure when Faith Hill signed on to sing for live-movie version of “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” she didn’t sign up to get her hair crimped. But, in a Christmas present for the ages– it’s exactly what she got.

6. “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays” // ‘N SYNC

This is, hands-down, the cheesiest, worst and best thing ‘N*SYNC ever did. Or will ever do.

8. “Go Tell It On The Mountain” // Dolly Parton

Technically, it’s not a music video, it’s a Christmas special. But, Dolly’s hair, outfit, the uninterested audience and the gospel choir make this a Christmas tradition every family should embrace.

Bonus! “Baby Please Come Home” // Darlene Love

Every year, Darlene Love performs her most famous hit for the “Late Show” audience. And every year, it’s incredible.

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