Mistletoe is great for getting that special someone into a kissing mood. Music can only help set a great mood for some Christmas kissing and romance. Here are four romantic Christmas songs you can listen to under the mistletoe that you might "just happen" to have playing.
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas: This is a Christmas classic and has been done by a lot of singers. Bing Crosby or Judy Garland both have great versions. Garland's is perhaps a bit more sultry, but Crosby could sing the phone book and sound romantic. The words are great too for setting a nice mood for romance under the mistletoe, or anywhere else. A more modern version is by Colbie Caillat, and her sultry voice makes it just plain sexy.
Winter Wonderland: This is another classic, recorded as early as the mid-50s by Jonny Mathis. Crosby and most other classic crooners have covered this one. The Eurythmics have one of the better versions, with a nice romantic blues type feeling. This is a great romantic tune about walking in the winter, snowmen, Parson Brown and all manner of romantic conspiring.
I'll Be Home for Christmas: Another classic which is a great one for people in the military or away from home for any reason. Again there are many great versions. Elvis Presley, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood are just a few. This song might even get you slow dancing while you are kissing under the mistletoe.
Santa Baby: This song was no doubt written for romance under the mistletoe. Taylor Swift has a modern version that is kind of country, king of bluesy, and very romantic sounding. This one might get you dancing if you can tear yourself away from the kissing. The message is nice too, all about asking Santa to bring romantic things from your love.
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