Best Christmas Songs with videos, lyrics, famous quotes and carols to enjoy the atmosphere of this magic festival and to practice the English language having great fun.
Using songs with lyrics is a very useful means to improve English skills and to have fun at the same time. The advantage of using pop songs to learn English is that you will also be learning something about English speaking culture, which could come in handy.
Music means a lot to people. Songwriters use their talent to communicate messages that are important to them, experiences that they’ve had in their lives and life lessons. And then there are those of us who enjoy listening to the songs and finding inspiration, motivation, support and so many other emotions from the words. But not all songs are meant to teach deep life lessons. Some are purely just meant to be enjoyed.
Can you believe that famous old songs by Michael Jackson, The Beatles and Elvis Presley are perfect for learning English grammar? Well, it’s not just about making learning fun, it’s about philosophy. The ancient philosopher Plato said that “Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.” Of course, Plato lived thousands of years ago, so that quote may seem a bit complicated to us today but in any case music is excellent because it has the power to move us.
If you want to learn actively, you can listen to the songs while following along with the lyrics. You can also simply listen to the songs without taking any notes. You won’t exactly “absorb” the English vocabulary and grammar structures automatically, but you may be surprised how much you can learn just by passively listening to songs. And if you hear something that catches your interest, you can always return to the song later on to find more information about the words or structures.
Christmas is such a joyous time of year. For many, the holidays bring back memories of family, food, fun and music. Studies show that hearing certain songs can cue specific memories in people’s brains. One very familiar type of song is the Christmas carol. From music lovers and churchgoers, to people all around the world who celebrate Christmas, carols are the beloved musical backbone of the festive season. Christmas carols are based on Christian lyrics and relate, in the main, to the Nativity. Christmas carols were introduced into church services by St. Francis of Assisi in the 12th century. Here you can find the 30 best Christmas Carols.
And now here are some best quotes from very popular English Christmas songs.
I won’t ask for much this Christmas. I won’t even wish for snow. And I’m just gonna keep on waiting, underneath the mistletoe. All I want for Christmas is you, yeah. (And I) Don’t care about the presents. Underneath the Christmas tree. I don’t need to hang my stocking. There upon the fireplace (Ah) Santa Claus won’t make me happy.
All I Want For Christmas Is You (Karaoke)
“Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree”. Rockin’ around the Christmas tree. At the Christmas party hop. Mistletoe hung where you can see. Every couple tries to stop. Rockin’ around the Christmas tree. Let the Christmas spirit ring. Later we’ll have some pumpkin pie.
Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree (Karaoke)
Santa, tell me if he really cares. ‘Cause I can’t give it all away if he won’t be here next year. [Bridge] Oh, I wanna have him beside me, like oh-woo-oh. On the 25th, by that fireplace, oh-woo-oh. But I don’t want a new broken heart. This year I’ve got to be smart. Oh, baby.
Santa Tell Me (Karaoke)
Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (it feels lovely) Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (feels so lovely) Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (oh oh oh oh) Yes, it feels like Christmas Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (it feels lovely) Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (feels so lovely) Doesn’t it feel like Christmas (the spirit of Christmas) Yes, it feels like Christmas
8 Days of Christmas Destiny’s Child (Karaoke)
Christmas won’t be the same without you. Christmas won’t be the same if you go. You’re all I need to see, standing by my Christmas tree. ‘Cause Christmas won’t be the same without you.
Christmas Won’t be the Same Without You (Karaoke)
But I’d never steal from Santa, cause that ain’t right. So I’m going home to mail it back to him that night. But when I got home I bugged, cause under the tree, was a letter from Santa, and all the dough was for me!
Christmas in Hollis (Karaoke)
Merry Christmas, here I am, boy Gonna love you, gonna give you all I can, boy Merry Christmas, here I am, boy I’m the present and you know it, here I am, boy Merry Christmas, here I am, boy Gonna love you, gonna give you all I can, boy Merry Christmas, here I am, boy I’m the present and you know it, boy.
December Ariana Grande (Karaoke)
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, toys in ev’ry store. But the prettiest sight to see, is the holly that will be on your own front door.
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (Karaoke)
Grandma got run over by a reindeer, walking home from our Christmas eve. You can say there’s no such thing as Santa, but as for me and Grandpa, we believe.
Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer (Karaoke)
I’ll have a blue Christmas without you. I’ll be so blue just thinking about you. Decorations of red on a green Christmas tree, won’t be the same dear, if you’re not hear with me.
Blue Christmas (Karaoke)
Hark how the bells Sweet silver bells All seem to say Throw cares away Christmas is here Bringing good cheer To young and old Meek and the bold Ding-dong, ding-dong That is the song With joyful ring All caroling (Oh, oh, ah).
Carol of the Bells (Karaoke)
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