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Name That Tune! Christmas Edition

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    How well do you know your Christmas songs?
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    The original recording by Gene Autry hit No. 1 on the Billboard pop singles chart in 1949. Since 1949, many artists of different genres have included the track on their holiday collections.
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    The 1994 chart-topper was originally performed by Mariah Carey and has become a staple to most holiday playlists. Mimi is still singing this melody decades later!
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    Although, "Blue Christmas" was originally recorded by Doye O'Dell in 1948, Elvis Presley is most notably the voice of this holiday favorite. This rock-and-roll track was recorded for his 1957 LP Elvis' Christmas Album, but wasn't commercially available until 1964.
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    "Do You Hear What I Hear?" is a Christmas song written in October 1962. The song was initially written as a plea for peace during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Many artists have covered the track including The Carpenters and Carrie Underwood.
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    British pop duo, Wham! released the song in 1984. The tune, written and produced by George Michael, has since been covered by many artists since its debut.
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    This Christmas classic was originally written and composed in 1966 for the special "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" Did you know the lyrics were written by Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel? Photo Credit: Getty Images
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    Originally recorded in 1943 by Bing Crosby, "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is sung from the point of view of an overseas soldier. The song quickly became a top ten hit and has since become a Christmas favorite.
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    "Santa Baby" was originally recorded by Eartha Kitt with Henri René and his orchestra in New York City on October 6, 1953. Written by Joan Javits and Philip Springer, it's one of the few hit Christmas songs written by a woman.
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    Did you know "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" was originally introduced by Judy Garland in the 1944 MGM musical 'Meet Me in St. Louis'? Later, Frank Sinatra recorded a version with modified lyrics that has become popular among Christmas mixes. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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    This Christmas classic was originally performed by American folk singer Burl Ives released in October 1965. We love Harry Connick Jr.'s rendition of it too!