Maria Kerry’s “All I Want for Christmas” is the top song of the fourth week in a row across the country, as it again tops the list of Rolling Stone songs. There is nothing unexpected about him; What’s unusual is how far down the chart you have to go to find a song like that Is not Seasonal
To cut the chase: The top non-holiday song of the week ending December 24 was Taylor Swift’s “Willow” … at number 37. Sitting behind the number 40, “Mood” was characterized by 24 Kilgold Ian Dyer. Thirty-eight of the other selections in the top 40 – ranked by active activity in streaming and track sales – were veterans dedicated to brightening up old.
Second in the top ten to follow Kerry was Barcelona December, the Christmas tree around Brenda Lee’s’ Rockin ‘, “then Bobby Hales’ Jingle Bell Rock,” Burl Ives “” A Holy Jolly Christmas, “Andy Williams” It’s the most amazing time of the year. ” Chuck Berry’s “Run Rudolph Run,” “Dean Martin,” “Snow, Snow, Snow Day,” “Jose Felisano’s” Feliz Navidad, “Ronettes’s” Slih Ride, “and Perry Comoro’s” It’s starting to look like Christmas. “
Of course in December you will find in the top 10 where a song has not been released in this century. (Kerry’s track, most recently in 1994.) One of the millennials has finally risen to number 11 – Kelly Clarkson’s “Under the Tree.” Among the top 20, Ariana Grande’s “Tell Me Santa” and Michael Bubli’s version of “It’s Starting to Look Like Christmas” are the other tracks released over the last 20 years.
If you’re looking for a song to be released in 2020, the first one to hit the charts is Dan + Shy’s “Take Me to Christmas Home,” at No. 22 on the After Chart song from Carrie Underwood’s “Favorite Time of the Year” at No. 34 on Underwood’s recent Christmas album. Behind the number 38 is a song, “Halluza,” a duet by John Legend that has no cover is the Leonard Cohen Classic.
Kerry’s “All I Want for Christmas” You put 49.6 million streams this week. Lee’s “Rockin” entered the 44. million million stream, and in third place, Hales’ “Jingle Bell Rock” was the choice of 42.4 million streamers.
By comparison, the week’s top non-seasonal favorite, Swift’s “Willow” has collected 12.4 million streams.
One more week with Carrie could be better, as the next chart will include streaming itself on Christmas Day, although the overall chart should look back to hip-hop in the first 11 months of the year.
See the full list of the top 100 songs of the week here.