Are there funny jokes about Christmas Songs? Sure there are!
These jokes about Christmas Songs are perfect for parents, children, teachers, musicians, music teachers, singers, carollers and everyone who celebrates Christmas.
Get into the holiday spirit with these Christmas music jokes – fun for everyone, plus they’re clean and safe for kids of all ages.
There are hundreds of popular Christmas songs and radio stations start playing them right after Thanksgiving. These Jokes for Christmas poke fun at some of the most listened to songs during the holiday season.
Christmas Songs – Funny Jokes
Q: What one thing did Mariah Carey have on her Christmas list?
A: All I Want For Christmas Is You
Q: Why do so many people smile in December?
A: It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
Q: What was grandma doing on Christmas eve?
A: Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
Q: Where did the Pilgrims land on Christmas?
A: Jingle Bell Rock
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Q: What song will get you through a snow storm?
A: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Q: What did Dorothy say when she clicked her heals together on Christmas eve?
A: Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
Q: Which holiday song will get you somewhere?
A: Sleigh Ride
Q: Which Christmas song is always in a sad mood?
A: Blue Christmas
Q: What Christmas song do dogs like?
A: Bark, The Herald Angels Sing.
Q: What song came before Santa?
A: Santa Baby
Q: What is the father of all Christmas songs?
A: Feliz NaviDAD
Q: What Christmas song do they sing in the Amazon?
A: Jungle Bells
Q: What popular song might a math teacher sing at Christmas?
A: You’re A MEAN One, Mr. Grinch (mean is a type of average)
Q: Why have all the children being so nice lately?
A: Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town
Q: What’s the longest Christmas song to sing?
A: The Twelve Days Of Christmas
Q: What Christmas song did the little lamb sing?
A: Have Yourself A Mary Little Christmas
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Q: How did they get Rudolph to win the race?
A: By playing “Run Rudolph Run” when it started.
Q: What do you sing when the newspaper is delivered?
A: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Q: What was the zoo keeper singing this winter?
A: I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas
Q: Why did the girl sit on her dad’s shoulders to sing Jingle Bells?
A: So she could reach the high notes.
Q: What’s the smallest Christmas song?
A: The Chipmunk Song
Q: Who sat next to the big guitar player at the holiday musical?
A: The Little Drummer Boy
Q: What did Santa say as the elf rounded third base in the annual North Pole Christmas baseball game?
A: Please Come Home For Christmas
Q: Who helps build Christmas songs?
A: The Carpenters (they sang “Merry Christmas Darling”)
Q: Which holiday song really makes you think?
A: Winter WONDER-land
Q: What do thirsty Christmas carollers sing?
A: Mountain Dew You Hear What I Hear?
Q: What does Horton sing during the Holidays?
A: Do You Hear What I Hear?
Q: Which type of herb is famous for singing Christmas songs?
A: Elvis Parsley.
Q: What holiday song erupts?
A: Hawaiian Christmas Song
Q: Which holiday song is best sung on a beach?
A: O TAN-nenbaum
Q: What song is always playing at Wendy’s during the winter?
A: Frosty The Snowman
Q: Why do you always hear people approaching when they are about to sing Jingle Bells?
A: They jingle all the way.
Q: What do you give carollers when they sing Christmas songs for you?
A: Some har-money.