The Best Christmas Songs to Sing Along to in the Shower
Everybody loves a sing along in the shower, regardless of your music taste. Music taste aside, Christmas is just around the corner and the Christmas songs are being played, you can’t escape them wherever you may be. So here are our favourite Christmas songs to sing along to in the shower.
‘Merry Christmas Everybody’ by Slade
Based on melodies from scrapped songs written around 6 years before, “Merry Christmas Everybody” was Slade’s best selling single and was released at the peak of their popularity and sold over a million copies. It was also recently voted in 2007 the UK’s most popular Christmas song.
‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ by Band Aid
One of the all-time classics, written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure this song was a major success around the world reaching number one in 13 countries outside the UK. In the UK it remained at the top of the charts for five straight weeks, becoming the Christmas number one of 1984. It has since been re-recorded three times in 1989, 2004 and 2014.
‘Last Christmas’ by Wham!
Released on Epic Records in 1984, this song was originally written and produced by George Micheal and has been covered by any artists since its original release. Reaching the number two spot and staying there for a total of 13 weeks, it’s up there with the all-time greats.
‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ by Mariah Carey
No it wasn’t the best selling Christmas anthem; it didn’t even make it to number one in the UK, but ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ by Mariah Carey is up there with the greats and one you can’t deny yourself not belting your heart out towidaaaaaaaa a few times a year. It was released on November 1st, 1994 and still to this day is played every Christmas by the majority of us in the Christmas period.
These songs are only a select few that can be sung in the shower from the top of your lungs around the Christmas period! For any information about our shower or bathroom ranges please contact us on 01623 515793 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org