Let's face it. A family-friendly Christmas can get a bit dull sometimes, especially when the air is filled with romance like it usually is during this time of the year. Some of us just want presents of a different kind, all right? Luckily for us, musicians have felt this way for years and they've found the perfect way to voice our deepest Christmas desires.  

Christmas Tree, Lady Gaga

Is anyone really surprised that Gaga managed to sex up Christmas?  

All I Want For Christmas Is You, Mariah Carey

The classic. This is the one we’ve all heard countless covers of and it was the first time we realised Christmas could be sexy.  

Merry Christmas Baby, Christina Aguilera

In 2000, Christina Aguilera was at the peak of her powers and no stranger to sexy.  

Baby It’s Cold Outside, Dean Martin

Whoever said the older generation was full of prudes had no idea what they were talking about.  

Santa Baby, Eartha Kitt

What’s Christmas without some extravagant gifts? And, if Eartha Kitt wants to give Santa a rather special return gift, who are we to object?  

Back Door Santa, Clarence Carter

Christmas is a time for families. Or, as in Clarence Carter’s case, other people’s families.  

Santa Wants Some Lovin’, Albert King

Sometimes preparing everyone’s gifts can be tiring, so it’s only fair that Santa doesn’t feel underappreciated.  

Not Tonight Santa, Girls Aloud

This famous girl’s band had another visitor over when Santa came around and they wanted zero distractions from the old man in the red suit.  

I’ll Be Your Santa Baby, Rufus Thomas

Okay, I’ll be the first to say it – after listening to that bass line, all I want for Christmas is some funk.  

Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney, Ella Fitzgerald

The longer we listen to this one, the naughtier it sounds. Seems like the 60s was full of double entendres.


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