Christmas Carols

Christmas caroling is an easy way to get in the holiday spirit, whether you sing carols in your home or house to house. We have the Christmas lyrics to all your favorite holiday music, such as "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," "Deck the Halls," "Jingle Bells," "O Christmas Tree," and more. Learn the words to these Christmas carols and sing them while you decorate, or gather a group of friends and go caroling. We also have Christmas carols lyrics for religious Christmas hymns, including "Away in a Manger," "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "Joy to the World," and several others. If you want to host a bigger bash, you'll love organizing your very own party of Christmas carolers. We have ideas for music-theme invitations, dessert-table decorations, musical Christmas tree ornaments, and other tips for the best holiday party on the block. When it's time to sing, you'll never forget the words to all the classic Christmas songs with our printable (and free!) Christmas Carols list download, a cute mini book with lyrics to more than 25 holiday songs listed in alphabetical order.

Fun, Interactive quizzes that challenge your holiday smarts.

In 1857, Dr. John H. Hopkins of Pennsylvania wrote both the lyrics and melody...

After his son was severely wounded in the Civil War, Henry Wadsworth Longfello...

Composer Benjamin R. Hanby, of Ohio, wrote this children's favorite in the mid...

Philadelphia clergyman Phillips Brooks wrote the lyrics to this song in 1868,...

This piece originates from 16th-century England. The title was originally...

English music teacher John Francis Wade wrote the now-familiar melody for this...

Boston musician James S. Pierpont wrote the lyrics and melody to this song for...

This song was created in England, and historians believe it originated in the...

The lyrics to this song were written by Charles Wesley, co-founder of the...

The melody to this carol was written in the 16th century. The lyrics, based on...

This English folk song was written prior to the 19th century. Historians say...

The words to this popular carol were first published anonymously in...

In 1847 Frenchman Placide Cappeau asked composer Adolphe Adam to write a melod...

Although the background of this song has never been identified, most historian...

Historians link the greenery of this song to medieval symbols of rivalry...

Some historians have said this German folk carol is from the Middle Ages, but...

This anonymously written carol was likely composed in the second half of the...

Known as one of the first carols composed by Americans, this song combines an...

This popular American carol was created around the turn of the 19th century....

On Christmas Eve 1818, in Austria, the organ in St. Nicholas Church broke down...

This traditional carol probably originated in 16th-century London. The version...

The lyrics to this song come from a 1719 hymn written by Englishman Isaac Watt...

The melody of this song is a popular English tune, "Greensleeves,"...

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