Female Country Christmas Songs

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Christmas Time's A Comin' (Dolly Parton)
Shimmy Down The Chimney (Alison Krauss)
Country Christmas (Loretta Lynn)
Last Christmas (Taylor Swift)
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Go Tell It On The Mountain (Sara Evans)
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Secret Of Giving (Reba Mcentire)
A Holly Jolly Christmas (Faith Hill)
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Do You Hear What I Hear? (Carrie Underwood)
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Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Patsy Cline, Ferlin Husky)
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All I Want For Christmas Is You (Shania Twain)
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Ding-A-Ling The Christmas Bell (Lynn Anderson)
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Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Martina Mcbride)
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Silent Night (Leann Rimes)
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Santa Baby (Kellie Pickler)
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(Merry Christmas) We Must Be Having One (Tammy Wynette)
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Christmas Ain't Like Christmas Anymore (Kitty Wells)
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Santa On The Rooftop (Trisha Yearwood)
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Light Of The Stable (Emmylou Harris)
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I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas (Gretchen Wilson)
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Santa Train (Patty Loveless)
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It Must Have Been The Mistletoe (Our First Christmas) (Barbara Mandrell)
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River (Linda Ronstadt)
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That's What Christmas Means To Me (Jennette McCurdy)
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Mary, Did You Know? (Kathy Mattea)
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What Will The New Year Bring (Donna Fargo)
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There isn’t much that can match a country Christmas song for creating a homecooked family friendly sound. These songs normally come in 2 shades, the clap your hands and find the nearest dance partner you can kind and the melancholy number with a theme of loneliness or the pining of Christmas like you used to be. So on this playlist of female country Christmas songs you can expect plenty of both. Dolly Parton’s ‘Christmas Time's A Comin'’ certainly falls into the happy category as she attempts to usher in the good times that Christmas usually brings. Then there’s Kitty Wells who left her honky tonk behind for 1962’s ‘Christmas Ain't Like Christmas Anymore’ as she ponders on how the holidays are a pale shadow of their former self now that her love have moved on. Despite the sadness this is a beautiful song that is pieced together sublimely without much of the fuss normally associated with festive material. If Kitty made you well(s)-up then there are plenty of other opportunities to put it behind you. ‘Santa On The Rooftop’ by Trisha Yearwood is one such dose of true happiness as the country singer doesn’t hold back on her glee for the season and the arrival of the bulging man on her rooftop. There are church bells aplenty and the odd sleigh noise which should ensure that this is a family favourite for years to come.

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