Best Christmas Song Covers

The Top Ten

1 Jackie Evancho- Do You Hear What I Hear?

Do you hear what I hear? Why yes, it is the beautiful and elegant voice of Jackie Evancho. She brings new meaning to every song she sings. Best voice of this century or any century.

Available only on the Christmas CD included in the "Special Edition" of her new "Awakening" album.
As with all of her presentations, it is magnificent.

Now available on Jackie's new album, "Someday at Christmas". - BobG

2 O Holy Night - Jackie Evancho

A stunning rendition of the traditional favorite from Jackie's CD of the same name, recorded when she was just 10 years old.

3 Believe - Jackie Evancho

A modern favorite on Jackie's "Heavenly Christmas", from the movie "Polar Express".

No one does Christmas like Jackie. - BobG

4 Last Christmas - Ariana Grande

This is such a crap list! No explanations why the song covers deserve a mention at all. Really bad. Just another yawn list. Come back when you think of more crap songs to add to yet another crap lis. Yawn!

I don't know why people hate Ariana Grande. She is a good singer in my opinion - PatrickStar

Ariana Grande sings this so beautifully. She is like an angel. I don't care about what people say about her, nobody is perfect.

5 Baby It's Cold Outside - Idina Menzel & Michael Bublé
6 Silent Night - Destiny's Child
7 Underneath the Tree - Kelly Clarkson
8 Walking In the Air - Jackie Evancho

A fantastic song originally from the animated film "The Snowman", and available on Jackie's "Heavenly Christmas" album.

Hearing this sung by an actual child [albeit with a glorious voice] is a real treat! - BobG

9 All I Want for Christmas - Ariana Grande
10 Do They Know Its Christmas?- BandAid 30

The Contenders

11 Someday at Christmas - Jackie Evancho

Jackie's tender vocals usher back a song that is as meaningful today as it was when delivered by Stevie Wonder. - BobG

12 Jingle Bells - Drake Bell
13 All I Want for Christmas is You - My Chemical Romance

While many people see the Mariah Carey version as the true version of this wonderful hit, emo kids are sure to fight back with this amazing cover. While Carey's version is a classic, Gerard Way really makes the song 10 times better than it actually was, selling the song with conviction, really showing the emotion in his voice.

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