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Here Are Ten Christmas Songs For The Sawi

The holidays won’t be the same without these Christmas songs.

Whenever the ‘ber‘ months come around, the radio never fails to play songs that give us the Christmas feels. We listen to them everywhere (or should I say, follow us)– at the malls, at work, or at home. We listen to Jose Mari Chan’s classic Christmas anthems, and to what children unfailingly sing when caroling. But aside from those songs, we listen to songs that make us remember the one that got away or someone very dear, who couldn’t be with us this Christmas.

To narrow down this extensive playlist, we give you songs that never fails to give you the feels. We present to you 10 songs you should totally include to your ‘Samahan ng Malalamig ang Pasko Playlist’:

Sana Ngayong Pasko by Ariel Rivera

The heartbreak when you’re still hoping for your love to come back for Christmas…

Miss Kita Kung Christmas by Susan Fuentes

When the wind is cold and you’re yearning for someone to cuddle, you remember your ex… but he already has someone else. #ouch

Christmas Lights by Coldplay

What’s worse than fighting with your S.O. on Christmas day?

Christmas Won’t Be The Same Without You by Martin Nievera

Christmas would definitely not be the same if your lover leaves you, right?

Pasko Na, Sinta Ko by Gary Valenciano

Bring your baby back for Christmas with this Gary V classic.

Christmases When You Were Mine by Taylor Swift

This song is for people who are spending their first Christmas after a relationship.

Wala Ka Na Naman sa Pasko by Aiza Seguerra

Your love let you down again. It’s not the first time, but it still hurts!

I’ll Be Home For Christmas by Bing Crosby

If the lyrics I’ll be home for Christmas / If only in my dreams won’t give you feels, I don’t know what will.

Another Lonely Christmas by Prince

How many Christmases have you been single?

Please Come Home for Christmas by Bon Jovi

Amid all the festivity, your lonely heart resides… hay.

Add these songs to your Christmas playlist and feel… just feel.



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