WTOP Talkback: The least-liked holiday songs

#10 Jimmy Boyd, "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
#9 Mannheim Steamroller, "Deck The Halls"
#8 Neil Diamond, "O Come, O Come Emmanuel"
#7 Seymour Swine & Squeelers, "Blue Christmas"
#6 South Park's Cartman, "O Holy Night"
#5 Elmo & Patsy, "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer"
#4 Barbra Streisand, "Jingle Bells"
#3 Spike Jones, "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth
#2 Beach Boys, "The Man With All The Toys"
#1 Don Charles' The Singing Dogs, "Jingle Bells"

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WASHINGTON – We all have our favorite holiday songs and carols.

Suzy Snowflake fan? Or maybe you can’t resist singing along to Dominick the Christmas Donkey. Yee-haw! Yee-haw!

As fun as those holiday novelties may be, classics from the likes of Bing Crosby and Andy Williams continue to rule the airwaves. Even annual attempts from today’s stars like Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber can’t dethrone these songs, according to a new music survey.

Star power just doesn’t help much when it comes to holiday music magic. And a new survey of music fans details which songs have listeners reaching for the tuner faster than you can say, “Grandma got run over by a reindeer.”

Edison Research conducted the study for adult contemporary radio stations, many of which play only holiday music in the months of November and December, and determined the 10 least-liked holiday tunes. The list includes several A-list performers.

Here’s a video slide show of the songs. Do you agree with the results?

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