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Time for something different. Name a holiday song and then put the artist next to it who you think has the best version of that song.

White Christmas: Got to go with Bing
Little Drummer Boy: Harry Simeone Choir
Santa Claus is Coming to Town: Bruce Springsteen
Silent Night: The Manheim Steamroller, Honorable Mention, Charlotte Church
Sleigh Ride: Leroy Anderson and the Boston Pops
Winter Wonderland: Johnny Mathis
Do You Hear What I Hear: Whitney Houston
Silver Bells: Diana Ross & the Supremes
The Christmas Song: Mel Torme Honorable Mention, Nat King Cole
Deck the Halls: The Manheim Steamroller
Oh Holy Night: Perry Como
There is no other "White Christmas" version besides Bing's, IMHO.
I don't know.
I am partial to the Pointer Sisters' "S.C.I.C.T.T."
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I'll go with Johhny Mathis, too.
Bing Crosby, once again, has a fabulous voice on "D.Y.H.W.I.H.?"
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I also like Nat King Cole's "T.C.S.," but the Carpenters did a great one, two.
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As much as I hate to admit it, Celine Dion's "O.H.N." is very good.

I'll add a few other songs:
The 12 Days of Christmas: John Denver & the Muppets
A Holly, Jolly Christmas: Burl Ives
Santa Baby: Madonna
Christmas in Hollis: Run DMC