Ok, I admit it... I hate 90% of the Christmas songs out there. My Grinch-iness and cynicism generally makes me loath their syrupy sweetness. Truth be told, I'm really just not a fan of Christmas anyway. I hate the gift-buying process so much that it really takes away from the good parts (family, friends, and, of course, the food). However, I try to stay positive when "Holly, Jolly Christmas" comes on the the PA system in whatever Big Box store I happen to be at where I'm trying to blow my money on crap that no one really wants. I try to remember the good ones. Here's some of the ones that I genuinely do like: - "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" - so simple but beautiful at the same time. - "Little Town of Bethlehem" - same reason - "Song for a Winter's Night" by Gordon Lightfoot (so long as you listen to any version then his - not a fan of the original) - Also, I'm not sure how anyone could not like Bing Crosby's version of "White Christmas" What's yours?