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Album: NOW (That’s What I Call A) Wonderful Christmas

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2022 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW (That’s What I Call A) Wonderful Christmas By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
1
Christmas Isn't Canceled (Just Kelly Clarkson 3:48 USD Album Only
2
You Make It Feel Like Christma Gwen Stefani 2:34 USD Album Only
3
Let There Be Peace Carrie Underwood 3:53 USD Album Only
4
My Favorite Things Pentatonix 2:48 USD Album Only
5
Christmas Tree Farm Taylor Swift 3:43 USD Album Only
6
Cozy Little Christmas Katy Perry 3:00 USD Album Only
7
Mistletoe Justin Bieber 3:01 USD Album Only
8
Believe Josh Groban 3:58 USD Album Only
9
White Christmas Bing Crosby 3:02 USD Album Only
10
The Christmas Song (Merry Chri Nat "King" Cole 3:08 USD Album Only
11
A Holly Jolly Christmas Burl Ives 2:11 USD Album Only
12
It's The Most Wonderful Time O Andy Williams 2:29 USD Album Only
13
Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindee Gene Autry & The Pinafores 3:06 USD Album Only
14
Winter Wonderland Tony Bennett 2:10 USD Album Only
15
Here Comes Santa Claus Elvis Presley 1:53 USD Album Only
16
Sleigh Ride Ella Fitzgerald 2:54 USD Album Only
17
Rockin' Around The Christmas T Brenda Lee 2:03 USD Album Only
18
Jingle Bell Rock Bobby Helms 2:07 USD Album Only
19
This Christmas Donny Hathaway 4:01 USD Album Only
20
Christmas (Baby Please Come Ho Darlene Love 2:46 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW (That’s What I Call A) Wonderful Christmas By Artist Various Artists

  • Great songs

    4
    By summerwiater
    I think these songs are just the songs that belong here. If you added some O holy night or silent night and Santa tell me then it would be perfect.
  • Meh!

    3
    By rockytopron
    Some really great classic Christmas songs and then some recent garbage songs that don't belong.
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    5
    By changingflags
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