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The 10 WORST Christmas Songs of All Time

Undoubtedly, your Pandora and Spotify have been set to the Christmas music station since the day after Thanksgiving. During the last couple of weeks, you were most likely reminded of which songs make your heart melt and get you excited for the season. You also likely quickly remembered that you'd rather stick pine needles from your Christmas tree into your fingernails than listen to them one. more. time. It's ok — what you're experiencing is normal. It's the Christmas music overload, and it's happening everywhere.

While some of the classics can keep a smile on our faces as they play day in and day out, others seem to cause a very physical reaction when they start jingling away on our radios. Chances are, the Christmas songs that you've grown to hate over the years are the very same ones that everyone hates. So in the spirit of togetherness this season, let's recap the worst/most annoying/creepiest Christmas songs ever.

10. "All I Want for Christmas Is You" — Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber

Mariah Carey has had so many hits over the course of her career, so she was bound to have a clunker at some point. At first, this one isn't so terrible — it's no worse than the diva's other Christmas songs. But then Bieber has to go and ruin everything. Worse than listening to the song is having to sit through the video.

9. "The Little Drummer Boy" — Justin Bieber and Busta Rhymes

First of all, this is such an odd pair. Secondly, listening to the Biebs "boy band" this song up is enough to make anyone want to bang that drummer boy's drum with their own forehead. The whole time I listened to this, all I wanted was for David Bowie and Bing Crosby to make everything better with their "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" duet. Save us, Starman, from Beliebing in this awfulness.