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42 Sexy Christmas Songs to Spice up Your Holiday Party

FlourishAnyway believes there is a playlist for just about any situation and is on a mission to unite and entertain the world through song.

It's cold outside.  Warm yourself and your sweetheart up with some sexy Christmas music.

It's cold outside. Warm yourself and your sweetheart up with some sexy Christmas music.

Whaaaaat?!? Am I Hearing This Right?

The first time I heard "Baby, It's Cold Outside," I was like, "Whaaaaat?!? They're combining Christmas and sexiness? Oh, for real."

It had to be an anomaly—this case of the Santa shimmies. Was someone drinking too much eggnog? Could we blame it on an elf gone bad?

But hold on. There was also "Santa Baby," an obvious come-on to poor old Santa who is just trying to do his job. (Eartha Kitt, behave yourself!)

Upon investigating further, I couldn't believe how many songs there are that celebrate naughtiness, suggest under-the-tree activities, and are filled with sexual innuendo about getting stuck in chimneys or eating someone's cookies.

There will always be those who prefer to celebrate Jesus' birthday with their pants down. If you happen to be one of them, you apparently have a lot of company.

Here is a long list of sexy Christmas songs—from the romantic to the rollicking to the raunchy. These songs are full of double meanings and many statements that aren't so hidden. Make a playlist for your holiday loving. If you're not blushing yet, you soon will be.

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1. "Baby, It's Cold Outside" by Ann-Margaret and Al Hirt

Many artists have admirably recorded this classic song, but 1960s sex symbol Ann-Margret and trumpeter Al Hirt sung it unforgettably in 1964.

At the end of a date, a couple is back at the man's apartment, and the woman is contemplating leaving. They have a sultry, back-and-forth conversation, as she decides whether to stay or go:

(My mother will start to worry) Beautiful, what's your hurry?
(My father will be pacing the floor) Listen to the fireplace roar
(So really I'd better scurry) Beautiful, please don't hurry ...
(Well, maybe just half a drink more) Put some records on while I pour.

Although she seems to protest, her date answers each of her flimsy arguments with reasons why she should stay and enjoy herself. While some people argue that the song suggests more than seduction—even saying that the woman had something surreptitiously added to her drink (i.e., he "pulled a Bill Cosby on her") others say that it simply reflects the conservative era in which it was written. What do you think?

Can we blame it on too much spice in the eggnog?

Can we blame it on too much spice in the eggnog?

2. "Santa Baby" by Eartha Kitt

Eartha Kitt was only 26 years old when she recorded this enduring 1953 hit—years before she became Catwoman in television's Batman series. In this song, she calls Santa "honey" and "cutie," cooing that she's been good all year and deserves expensive gifts.

She promises that "next year I could be just as good... if you check off my Christmas list." (Is that a proposition? Santa's married, for goodness sake!)

Not leaving Santa's gift-giving choices to mere chance, the naughty lady makes several expensive suggestions:

  • a sable
  • a light blue '54 convertible
  • a yacht
  • a deed to a platinum mine
  • decorations from Tiffany's and
  • of course, a ring.

3. "Christmas Eve" by Justin Bieber

Perhaps it's an issue of age, but for me, there's a certain "ick" factor in this one that starts with the fact that Justin Bieber was just 17 years old when he released the song in 2011. But that doesn't stop the little Bieb-ster from crooning to his sweetheart that it feels like Valentine's Day.

In an attempt to be romantic, he says, "I'm entering the top of your roof." He also wants to be up all night kissing her underneath the Christmas tree.

The hot-and-bothered teen explains that he doesn't need any presents because he has her. Then there's this ugly image, full of innuendo:

You leave some cookies out,
Imma eat 'em all.
Nobody can see me but you,
It’s so magical.
When we use imagination!

4. "The Mistletoe Jam" by Luther Vandross

In this 1995 Christmas song by Luther Vandross, a man beckons his lady to come join him under the mistletoe for a romantic dance. She refuses, however, answering him, "The last time I got under there with you, I had twins."

Mwah! Kisses under the mistletoe. In ancient folklore, mistletoe is associated with life giving.  It is an aphrodisiac, a symbol of fertility, and is a plant of peace under which conflicting spouses or enemies can call a truce.

Mwah! Kisses under the mistletoe. In ancient folklore, mistletoe is associated with life giving. It is an aphrodisiac, a symbol of fertility, and is a plant of peace under which conflicting spouses or enemies can call a truce.

5. "Merry Christmas, Baby" by Christina Aguilera

Many artists have recorded this sexy R&B song, but both B.B. King (2001) and Christina Aguilera (2000) gave especially good performances. The song is about a lover who is feeling amorous after a middle-of-the-night visit from Santa. They were given a diamond ring and some presents and gush:

I haven't had a drink this morning
But I'm all lit up like a Christmas tree.

6. "All I Want For Christmas Is You" by Mariah Carey

Love and longing are in the air in this up-tempo 1994 song as Mariah Carey swears that she'll forgo presents and doesn't need to hang her stockings. All she wants is her lover to hold on to her tight, and she'll wait under the mistletoe until Santa delivers her gift.

Where Santa stores Elves in the off-season. (You gotta keep them somewhere.)

Where Santa stores Elves in the off-season. (You gotta keep them somewhere.)

7. "Santa Claus Is Back In Town" by Elvis Presley

In this holiday number (1957), Elvis Presley tells his lover to be a "good little girl" because "you're gonna see me comin' in a big black Cadillac." It's clear that this bad Santa has more than candy canes and gifts on his mind:

Hang up your pretty stockings
And turn off the light
Santa Claus is comin' down your chimney tonight.

Have a Raunchy Christmas, Lady Gaga Style

8. "Christmas Tree" by Lady Gaga

Well, Ho! Ho! Ho! In 2008, Lady Gaga released this raunchy bit, with suggestive lyrics set to the tune of "Deck the Halls." Some of the more memorable lines include the following:

Light me up put me on top, let's falalalalalalala
Ho ho ho, under the mistletoe
Yes, everybody knows
We will take off our clothes
Yes, if you want us to we will... .

9. "Be Mine For Christmas" by KEM

In this 2012 R&B song, KEM has romance in his heart. He's talking to his favorite girl, telling her how he wants to make her dreams come true for Christmas.

KEM offers to give her his heart wrapped up in a bow and suggests that they spend time together playing in the snow, snuggling by the Christmas tree, and cuddling by the fire.

Oh, wow! Too much eggnog and song lyrics?

Oh, wow! Too much eggnog and song lyrics?

10. "I'll Make Everyday Christmas" by Joe Tex

Romantic Joe Tex (1967) wanted to make sure that when he found the woman of his dreams, he kept her content, Thus, he promised himself that he'd make everyday like Christmas for her. What he lacked in money, he'd make up with love and affection. He sounds convincing!

11. "Santa Claus Got Stuck In My Chimney" by Ella Fitzgerald

Whatever Ella Fitzgerald (1960) was thinking when she recorded this song, she sure had second thoughts later. For years, the Queen of Jazz and her attorneys blocked the re-issue of the song until her death in 19961.

In the innuendo-filled song, the singer teases that last year Santa Claus was so "roly-poly, fat and round" that he got stuck in her chimney. He was "not quite up and not quite down," and she gleefully looks forward to his return.

After hearing this one a few times, you'll be singing it with a mischievous little giggle.

Santa gets some sugar. After putting up with frightened and cranky toddlers and long lines at the mall, Santa deserves a little loving, don't you think?

Santa gets some sugar. After putting up with frightened and cranky toddlers and long lines at the mall, Santa deserves a little loving, don't you think?

12. "I'll Be Your Santa, Baby" by Rufus Thomas

Whoa! Talk about innuendos. R&B and funk singer Rufus Thomas will have you blushing with this 1973 Christmas song. He proclaims to a lover that he's got lots of holiday cheer to share with her and wants to be her Santa for 100 years or more, asking her not to let anyone else be her Santa Claus.

Then, he tells her:

I'll slide down your chimney and bring you lots of joy
What I got for you, Mama, it ain't just a toy.

13. "Santa Tell Me" by Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande (2014) asks Santa to spare her the broken heart if the guy won't stick around until next Christmas. Although she dreams of someone to hold, she's avoiding the mistletoe until she knows that it's true love.

14. "Please Come Home For Christmas" by Aaron Neville

No one has a voice quite like Aaron Neville, and it's on full display in this sexy, soulful song from 1993. It's about a lover who has ventured off, leaving him alone with no friends or family. He yearns for her to return home for Christmas so he can be happy once again.

15. "Snowflakes of Love" by Toni Braxton

In this romantic 2001 song, Toni Braxton is ever-thankful for snowflakes of love smiling down upon her and and the winter bliss she feels as she and her man kiss.

Is this Santa mad because he's been denied entry?  Did he get stuck in a chimney?  What's his problem?

Is this Santa mad because he's been denied entry? Did he get stuck in a chimney? What's his problem?

16. "Back Door Santa" by Clarence Carter

There is no mistaking what Clarence Carter is bragging about in this 1968 song. He's a ladies man who slips in the back door to treat the housewives right while their husbands are at work. (That's the traditional meaning of a "back door" man.)

He even keeps a few pennies in his pockets for the children so they'll stay occupied while he and the Mrs. go about their romantic business. And unlike Santa, Clarence doesn't come around just once a year:

They call me the Back Door Santa
I make my runs about the break of day
I make all the little girls happy
While the boys are out to play.

17. "It Must Have Been the Mistletoe" by Barbara Mandrell

In this 1984 country classic, Barbara Mandrell recounts what first must have made her and her sweetheart fall in love. She reminisces about the romantic holiday setting that was perfect for romance:

  • mistletoe
  • a lazy fire
  • falling snow
  • sleigh rides and
  • frosty air.
The magic of the mistletoe: Kisses under the mistletoe can mean lasting friendship or hot romance.  You choose!

The magic of the mistletoe: Kisses under the mistletoe can mean lasting friendship or hot romance. You choose!

Why Do People Kiss Under the Mistletoe at Christmastime?

Mistletoe is a parasitic plant with no root structure of its own. Its existence depends upon the oak or apple trees that it typically lives in.2

The plant is a symbol for peace, healing, and joy. Historically, it was held sacred by the ancient Norse, Celtic Druids. and the North American Indians. Celtic peoples believed the plant brought good luck and contained magic healing powers, and when Druid enemies met under a tree with mistletoe, they called a truce for a day.

An old Norse myth is at the crux of why people kiss under the mistletoe. Mistletoe was the sacred plant of the goddess of love, who was also the mythical mother of the summer sun god. The summer sun was killed by the god of evil, and he stayed that way for three days. He was restored to life, however, by the magic healing of the mistletoe.

While grieving for her dead son, the goddess of love's tears were transformed into the mistletoe's pearly white berries. Then, when her son was finally restored to life, she was so overwhelmed with joy that she kissed everyone who crossed the path under the mistletoe. Thus, the mistletoe symbolizes the tree of life and love conquering evil.

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18. "Naughty Would Be Nice For Christmas" by Jennifer Nettles

In 2012, a very pregnant Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland opened up the Country Music Awards (CMA) show with a saucy song that makes no secret about her Christmas wishes.

She sings that "I've got your sugar if you'll show me your spice" and "There's no penalty for peeking early under my tree."

That doesn't look like Mrs. Claus to me, Santa! (Santa's not resisting too much.)

That doesn't look like Mrs. Claus to me, Santa! (Santa's not resisting too much.)

19. "Santa Claus Needs Some Lovin'" by Albert King

This 1974 R&B song by Albert King describes a couple at midnight on Christmas Eve. A tired Mama is still in the kitchen cooking, while the husband is playing Santa by assembling a bike for one of the children. Feeling amorous, he finds it hard to concentrate and tells her to "come make your papa happy please" because "Santa Claus wants some lovin'."

20. "My Only Wish (This Year)" by Britney Spears

Poor Britney Spears (2000). It's Christmastime and she laments that everyone is in love except for her. She wants her lover back, but this time Santa needs to bring him wrapped up in a big red bow. (Could it be she did the poor fella wrong, just like she cheated on Justin Timberlake?)

21. "Oh, Santa!" by Mariah Carey

This is a catchy Christmas song if I've ever heard one. This uptempo 2010 Mariah Carey tune will have you clapping and singing along as Mariah asks Santa to mend her broken relationship. She asks Santa to "scoop him right down my chimney."

22. "Let It Snow" by Boys II Men

Make no mistake. This is not that old holiday classic sung by Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra or some old dusty coot. It's an entirely different tune, sung by Boys II Men (1993). To set the scene, it's snowing outside, the fire is ablaze, and so are two lovers' passions.

Some of the steamier lyrics from the boys include these:

No, outside it's raining sleet
When our bodies meet
I'll give her the world...

And then there are these lines:

Ohhhh, come over here and help me trim the tree
I wanna wrap you up
Baby, then you'll see you're the only present I need
There's so much more
Waiting for you in store.

Reindeer cat left you a present under the tree (ack-ack).

Reindeer cat left you a present under the tree (ack-ack).

8 Reasons To Rethink Love Under the Christmas Tree

Be wary of:

pine needles

broken ornaments and lights

spilled water from the tree stand

elf and reindeer droppings

metal ornament hooks

a curious angel (she's watching, you know)

the "gift" your cat left you

overzealous nutcrackers

23. "I've Got What You Want For Christmas" by Louise Mandrell

If you think country music is tamer, you haven't listened to Louise Mandrell sing these suggestive holiday lyrics.

In this 1985 throwback, lusty Louise comes right out and proclaims to her man that he doesn't need to waste his time making out a Christmas list because she knows what he wants. She promises him the night of his life, one he won't soon forget.

Then she adds that what she's got cannot be wrapped. Did it really need that clarification? The double entendre is so naughty it could leave you blushing or laughing. I guess it depends on you.

I'll play Santa's little helper
Deliver it by midnight
I bet you'll get all excited
When you see your surprise
I've got what you want for Christmas
Santa Claus is coming tonight!

24. "Last Christmas" by Wham!

Whether you like the Wham! version (1984), the one by Ariana Grande (2014) or another artist's efforts, this Christmas song is sexy.

In this tale of unrequited love, a heartbroken lover sees their old flame and reminisces about what went wrong. They vow that next Christmas they'll give their heart to someone special, more deserving of their trust. The song is one of the most downloaded songs on Christmas Day.

25. "Not Tonight, Santa" by Girls Aloud

This seductive song by Girls Aloud (2005) doesn't leave a whole lot to the imagination. The narrator is being pestered by Santa but only has eyes (and lips and hands) for her sweetheart. She teases her lover that "Ooh, ooh, I'll let you peep inside my stocking if you show me yours, baby."

As if that weren't enough, she also tells him:

I'm sure you're hiding something hot
You wanna give to me
And not another pair of socks from
Underneath the tree.

Mrs. Claus says, "Back off!  Santa's married!" Mrs. Claus reports that Santa has kisses that taste like candy canes.

Mrs. Claus says, "Back off! Santa's married!" Mrs. Claus reports that Santa has kisses that taste like candy canes.

Even More Sexy Christmas Songs to Deck Your Halls by ...

Do you know a sexy Christmas song that should be on this holiday playlist? Leave a suggestion in the Comment Section below.

SongArtistYear Released

26. Underneath the Tree

Kelly Clarkson

2013

27. Every Year, Every Christmas

Luther Vandross

1995

28. Shimmy Down the Chimney

Alison Krauss

1989

29. Trim Your Tree

Jimmy Butler

1954

30. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

John Cougar Mellencamp

1987

31. Blue Christmas

Elvis Presley

1957

32. You Make It Feel Like Christmas

Gwen Stefani (featuring Blake Shelton)

2017

33. Cold December Nights

Michael Buble

2011

34. Kiss You This Christmas

Why Don't We

2017

35. One More Sleep

Amy Rose

2018

36. Bring Me Love

John Legend

2018

37. Purple Snowflakes

Marvin Gaye

1973

38. When Christmas Comes

Mariah Carey & John Legend

2011

39. Mistletoe

Justin Bieber

2011

40. Christmas C'mon

Lindsey Stirling (featuring Becky G)

2017

41. The Nice List

Dia Framptom

2017

42. I'll Be Your Santa Tonight

Keith Urban

2019

Go eat your milk and cookies and behave yourself.

Go eat your milk and cookies and behave yourself.

Notes

1It's Beginning to Sound a Lot Like Christmas. "Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney–Ella Fitzgerald." Last modified 2006. https://christmastracks.wordpress.com/2006/12/12/santa-claus-got-stuck-in-my-chimney-ella-fitzgerald/.

2Christmas History. "Mistletoe." Accessed December 7, 2014. http://www.thehistoryofchristmas.com/trivia/mistletoe.htm.

Questions & Answers

Question: What's the song about smoking mistletoe?

Answer: The song that you're asking about is called "Peace at Least" by Rotary Connection (1968). Here are sample lyrics and a YouTube link:

Every year, I have the same question

Something that puts me so very uptight

Where does Santa get all those gifts from

Why is he riding so late at night

I know why (I know why)

The kid is high (he's high)

The kid is stoned (stoned)

'Cause he smokes (mistletoe)

I said, I said he smokes (mistletoe)

Oh, he smokes (mistletoe)

Everyone should have a peace at least once a year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpoC2HnnVh0.

© 2014 FlourishAnyway

Comments

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on May 15, 2020:

Peggy - That's so funny about the types of ads that are showing.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on May 14, 2020:

Some of these are just plain cute like the Mariah Carey one I am listening to right now, "All I Want for Christmas Is You." Others are much more suggestive. The ads I see for the hottest sleepwear do match your title. Ha!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 27, 2018:

spookym - Thanks for your comment. Lynn Garland was not happy when her husband sold the rights to that song to MGM.

spookym on December 26, 2018:

"What's in this drink?" I always took that line to be an excuse and denial for the woman's sexual feelings. During a time when spending the night with a person of the opposite sex out of wedlock was taboo, she was making excuses for feeling what "good girls" aren't supposed to be feeling. Ironically, the song was written for the writer Frank Loesser and his wife, Lynn Garland, to sing at parties.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 17, 2018:

Nell - Thank you for stopping by! I love some of these spicy Christmas songs. It's a nice way to balance all the other things going on with the holidays. Glad you enjoy them as well. Merry Christmas!

Nell Rose from England on December 17, 2018:

I do love some Christmas songs, but it does really all depend on what mood I am in! as for sexy songs? they are just cute, lol! have a great Christmas!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 01, 2018:

Shannon - You know the world is upside down when the old man who used to be "America's Dad," ("Cliff Huxtable" - Bill Cosby) actually did slip bad things in women's drinks. I wish I could say that people were being silly, but it happened to the daughter of someone I know. The song is a good one, however. Gwen and Blake's duet is on the list at #32.

Shannon Henry from Texas on November 30, 2018:

Since you mentioned this hub, I had to come visit again. It's funny because I just posted a news story on FB about how some radio stations are pulling "Baby It's Cold Outside" from the rotation. I've always thought it sounded playful, sexy, and like a very consensual attraction. But apparently, people applying the lyrics to current times are interpreting it as too much pressure for sex and as a song about date rape, you know, because of the line about what's in the drink. However, when I asked if I am the only one who doesn't see the song as a negative influence a friend shared a link to an explanation for that line of the song in particular, which was slang during the time period. The woman in the song was looking for an excuse to stay without having to worry about her reputation so she knows that the drink is not spiked.... or hopes that it is....so that she can use drinking as an excuse for staying. Other legitimate excuses included the fact that it's cold outside.

Oh, and your cover photo is kind of creepy to me. LOL. Don't know why. The lighting maybe. Reminds me of a Halloween photo with the flashlight scary face. I know, I'm a strange one.

Have you heard Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's new Christmas song "You Make It Feel Like Christmas" or seen the cute video? I think it fits. It's cute and sexy.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 23, 2017:

John M - Thanks for the suggestions. I've added the T Rex song to the following playlist: https://hubpages.com/playlists/Best-Nonreligious-C... Merry Christmas!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 22, 2017:

Valeria - gracias

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 11, 2017:

Thanks, Heidi! George Michael was such an awesome talent. Happy Holidays!

Heidi Thorne from Chicago Area on December 11, 2017:

Dang! That's a nice naughty playlist. :) My fave from the lot is Wham's Last Christmas (and the video is awesome, too). Happy Holidays!!!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 07, 2017:

Jamnoggin - Jennifer Nettles is one of my personal favorites. She even makes Jesus songs sexy. Thanks for your lovely comment. Have a wonderful holiday season!

Jamnoggin from England on December 06, 2017:

I'm putting together my own Seductive Xmas playlist to spice things up a bit and these suggestion are (almost) all making the cut.

I stumbled upon this snazzy gem from Jennifer Nettles and Andra Day and thought I should share back in the spirit of giving.

https://youtu.be/CloezOvmssQ?t=35s

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (feat. Andra Day)

Artist - Jennifer Nettles

Album - To Celebrate Christmas

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 30, 2017:

Frank - That's what makes the world go 'round. Glad you're back!

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on November 30, 2017:

some of these songs I really enjoy.. some I do not.. but that's what makes this list appealing...LOL bless you Flourish

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 25, 2017:

Nell - Santa can be a little naughty, I think. At least when the elves and Mrs. Claus aren't looking. Have a happy holiday season!

Nell Rose from England on November 25, 2017:

lol! Love all these! well most of them! some I didn't know, but Mariah Carey always seems to be able to pull them outta the bag so to speak! I can't think of any more, you got my brain going now! lol! Have a wonderful Christmas!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 22, 2017:

Patricia- These are some of my favorite holiday songs. Thank you for stopping by!

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on November 22, 2017:

O so many excellent ones....I do think Mariah Carey's is spot on....a little fun along with the joyous true reason for the season is ok by me....Angels headed to you this evening ps

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 12, 2017:

Tamara - Have a wonderful week! Hope you get everything you're wishing for this Christmas!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 12, 2017:

Peg - That's one of my favorites, too! Thank you for stopping by! Can't wait for Christmas!

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on November 11, 2017:

I’m having a bit of trouble with my tablet while on your site, but I wanted to mention, Flourish, that James Spader is my Santa! I love him.

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on November 11, 2017:

Ah yes, good point! But, I do have a particular Santa in mind...

Peg Cole from Northeast of Dallas, Texas on November 11, 2017:

What a great collection for a romantically hot holiday. Puts a new meaning to the phrase getting in the mood for Christmas. I like the Eartha Kit line, I need a deed to a platinum mine. The song, "I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus" was my first clue that Santa might be someone in the family.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on November 11, 2017:

Tamara - It all depends on who is playing Santa! Thanks for visiting! Have a wonderful weekend!

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on November 10, 2017:

Well, any song that reminds me of sitting on top of ole’ Santa’s lap is a thrill for me! Gotta love those red, plush pants (wink)...

Ho! Ho! Ho!

xoxoxox

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on October 26, 2016:

Deborah Demander - Yay! Glad I could help you out! Hope you have a very happy anniversary and these provide you with some inspiration.

Deborah Demander Reno from First Wyoming, then THE WORLD on October 26, 2016:

Great article!

I'm looking for some songs to spice up our December anniversary, and you've hit the nail on the head.

Thanks for the great compilation.

Namaste

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 22, 2015:

listsnthings - Glad you enjoyed it.

Anna Christie from London, United Kingdom on December 21, 2015:

Really great hub with so much information Thanks

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on April 24, 2015:

Jeannie - I was downright shocked myself!

Jeannie Marie from Baltimore, MD on April 23, 2015:

I never realized there were so many sexy Christmas songs. Where have I been? And to think I thought Christmas was about celebrating the season with family. Guess there are other ways of celebrating!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on March 06, 2015:

2besure - Thank you for taking a look at my lonely holiday hub during the off season! Hohoho. Have a wonderful weekend!

Pamela Lipscomb from Charlotte, North Carolina on March 06, 2015:

I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause was one of my favorites when I was a kid. It wasn't until I was older did I realize Santa was Daddy. Great list of sexy Santa songs.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on January 01, 2015:

Jo - Racy indeed! Those lyrics say it all! Thanks for stopping by!

Jo Alexis-Hagues from Lincolnshire, U.K on December 31, 2014:

I still prefer the oldies, Eartha Kitt's 'Santa baby.' and all those great versions of 'Baby It's cold outside.' We hear these Christmas song often, but when you listen to the lyrics you appreciate how very racy these songs are. Another brilliant, clever and very witty hub.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 19, 2014:

DDE - I appreciate your comment. Merry Christmas!

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on December 19, 2014:

Unforgettable songs! You have great choices and so greatly presented. Voted Up. Happy Holidays!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 12, 2014:

stevarino - Between your suggestion and travmaj's I'm thinking I should do a top funny Christmas songs hub! Thanks for the idea. Gosh, I wonder if there's still time?!?

Steve Dowell from East Central Indiana on December 12, 2014:

Let's not forget Bob River's "Walkin 'Round In Women's Underwear" from his "I Am Santa Claus" album - classic "Dr. Demento" material!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2014:

russinserra - Glad you enjoyed this. Have a very Merry Christmas.

Russ Inserra from Indianapolis, In on December 10, 2014:

Lots of fun! Thanks!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2014:

poetryman6969 - Apparently the guy has been busy! Thanks for reading!

poetryman6969 on December 10, 2014:

As long as I can avoid Bad Santa, it's all good!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2014:

travmaj - Dr. Demento's "I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus" - Oh how very funny! I had never heard that one until just now and it is hilarious.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 10, 2014:

carter06 - I never realized it either until I started researching! Thanks for stopping by! Have a Merry Christmas!

Mary from Cronulla NSW on December 10, 2014:

Wow flourish this is an interesting list of songs that you've researched really well.. hadn't realised so many were provocative but some really do say it all..good job..Cheers

travmaj from australia on December 10, 2014:

What fun. Eartha Kitt does an awesome job on Santa Baby. What a talent she was. Enjoyed this list and some memories. Any truth in the rumour I heard, new lyrics - I saw Daddy kissing Santa Claus?

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2014:

Bill - Thanks for stopping by! Have a great holiday week!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2014:

Sunshine625 - Glad you think it's fun! Have a great week!

Bill De Giulio from Massachusetts on December 09, 2014:

Another great list Flourish. Never realized there were so many provocative Christmas songs. Tis the season :). Great job, have a great week.

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on December 09, 2014:

Ho, Ho, Ho this hub is wo wo wo! :) I like so many of these songs, they are quite sexy and fun too!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2014:

ezzly - Glad you enjoyed it! It was a fun one to write and research. Have a great holiday week!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2014:

MsDora - Thanks for stopping by! Merry Christmas to you!

ezzly on December 09, 2014:

Spank me santa I've been naughty lol love it ! Have to say I love Santa Claus Got Stuck In My Chimney , my nephews have great fun singing that every year ! Really concise and great article !!!

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on December 09, 2014:

Great selection, Flourish, according to the stories in the songs. I will spend some time listening to most of them that I don't know. Thank you very much.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 09, 2014:

Linda - Thanks for stopping by. Happy Holidays to you!

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on December 08, 2014:

This is an entertaining and amusing hub, Flourish. Thanks for sharing the interesting list of songs!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

justthemessenger - It does, doesn't it?!? I'll add Blue Christmas to the table. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

pstraubie48 - Thank you so much for visiting. Wishing you a joyous season.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

stevarino - Very cool that you saw him in concert. Thanks for reading and have a great holiday season yourself!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

Carolyn - Elvis definitely made the list (they're in no rank order, except I guess for #1 and #2 which are my personal favorites). What would Christmas be without him? Thanks for reading and commenting!

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on December 08, 2014:

Fun, fun...naughty but nice?? I think so.

We can enjoy this fun side to this holy season too...I look forward to hearing many of these each year.

Angels are on the way to you ps

James C Moore from The Great Midwest on December 08, 2014:

This list celebrates the "mess" in Christmas. Numbers 2 and 6 on your list are my favorites in this category. Don't forget Elvis's "Blue Christmas" as the choice for the romantic but not raunchy Christmas classic.

Steve Dowell from East Central Indiana on December 08, 2014:

Love this rendition of "Baby, It's Cold Outside", I'd never heard that one, I've always liked the one by Bobby Caldwell and Vanessa Williams. Al Hirt was probably the first concert I ever attended when my parents took me to see him and his band in the mid 60s.

Thanks - Happy Holidays!

Carolyn Emerick on December 08, 2014:

Flourish, your posts are always so cheery and uplifting! The only thing about this that I didn't like is... NO ELVIS?!?! Oh wait, I just scrolled through again to make sure... and he IS there. But, dude. He deserves a photo or video! The man is THE sexy Christmas icon!

Haha, anyway. I found this clever and fun, and I will no doubt return to it when I'm looking for what to put into a Christmas play list.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

Sha - I completely agree with you. She has so much actual voice talent she doesn't need to be acting like that.

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on December 08, 2014:

Well, Christmas music sure has come a long way since All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth!

The song you featured that put a twisted look on my face is the one by Lady Gaga. That was just flat-out raunchy! Shame on her.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

Bill - I agree! It sounds like she needs some water thrown on her. Have a great week, and thanks for reading.

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

sweetpikez - I'm glad you enjoyed this, humor and all. Merry Christmas!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

Faith Reaper - I'm so glad you can find the humor in it. At first I thought it would be a stretch to get 10, but I was surprised myself! And the lyrics! Once you start reading them, they can be a little surprising. Songwriters really enjoy that getting stuck or sliding down the chimney innuendo. Haha. Thanks for reading, commenting, and sharing!

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

Frank - I especially love Martina McBride, the way she can really belt out those high notes. I'll add your suggestion to the list, too. Thanks for reading! Have a great holiday week!

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on December 08, 2014:

The first time I heard "Santa Baby" I was surprised that it wasn't banned. LOL There is no doubt that is about as sexy a song as you could ever hear....it sounds like Kitt is undressing as she sings it.

Great list. You had me with the title. :)

bill

FlourishAnyway (author) from USA on December 08, 2014:

shanmarie - Thanks for being the first one to read! Glad you enjoyed this!

Pinky de Garcia on December 08, 2014:

Dear flourishanyway,

"All I want for Christmas is You". This is a nice song compilation of the season. It adds humuor to the songs of the seasons.

Voted up and interesting.

Happy Holidays,

Sweetpikez

Faith Reaper from southern USA on December 07, 2014:

Haha, I have always loved that sexy Christmas song, "Santa Baby" ...

Wow, I did not realize how many sexy Santa songs there are out there, and so many from back in the day. I always enjoy the images you find, which add so much to your presentation.

I really enjoyed reading this fun hub here. Being naughty can be so nice at times : )

Up ++++ tweeting, pinning, G+ and sharing

Merry Christmas and try not to be too naughty this year.

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on December 07, 2014:

very good.. entertaining hub . Baby it's cold outside sung by Dean Martin and Martina McBride.. that version is my favorite naughty x-mas song of all time.. or I saw mommy kissing santa clause.. like that one too..The original recording by Jimmy Boyd, recorded on July 15, 1952 when he was 13 years old... so many other people did it too..

Shannon Henry from Texas on December 07, 2014:

A hub right up my alley! Winter Wonderland...So many more you forgot or don't know. Now you have me thinking. What fun!