You're driving around trying to get those last minute presents purchased while it's snowing sideways, you might want to avoid listening to these Christmas songs. 

There's something about Christmas music, you either love it or your hate it.

For those of us who love it (me included), you don't love all of the Christmas songs, that's impossible. You probably have a handful that you would listen to anytime, but there's also probably a few you hate listening to, but did you know there are specific songs that are considered distracting?

Considering we have the potential for a foot or so of snow in the next few days, it might be important to know which songs are distracting, so thankfully, someone sent me a list of them yesterday.

According to online experts, the top ten most distracting Christmas songs are:

  1. Mele Kalikimaka
  2. The Happiest Christmas Tree
  3. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  4. Santa Tell Me
  5. Caroling, Caroling
  6. Christmas Dream
  7. Please Come Home for Christmas
  8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  9. Jigle Bells
  10. Adeste Fideles (I know I have no idea what song that is either!)

On the flip side, the ten most productive songs are:

  1. Carol of the Bells
  2. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
  3. Silver Bells
  4. Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season
  5. O Christmas Tree
  6. Christmas Time is Here
  7. The Christmas Song
  8. The Christmas Waltz
  9. The First NOel
  10. Linus and Lucy

What do you think? Does listening to Christmas music distract you? Does it make you more productive? Does it matter which songs are playing?

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