Christmas is over but it looks like the jingles are here to stay. Find out our “Best To Worst” ranking for this holiday’s tunes!

It has always been a Christmas tradition for kids and kids at heart to roam around their neighborhood and go caroling. Now that it’s only been a day since Christmas, not a day passed without us getting “last song syndrome” (LSS) from all the jingles. And to be honest, we’re vibin’ with the songs and kinda not for some. So with that, we came up with our own  “Best To Worst” ranking for Christmas jingles! Check them out here:

‘Star ng Pasko’

This Christmas Station ID of ABS-CBN from 2009 is truly a top tier for us. Why? Well out of all the songs ABS-CBN made for us this surely hits close to home since it was during the time when the typhoon ‘Ondoy’ hit the country.

‘Christmas in Our Hearts’

‘Christmas in Our Hearts’ will definitely a Christmas jingle we would never forget. Whenever we hear this song, we are all reminded by the spirit of the holidays and the reason why we’re celebrating it, and that is because of Jesus.

‘Ang Pasko ay Sumapit’

To be honest, no matter how of an OG song is, sometimes the song can be ruined by those people who don’t give proper tribute to it whenever they go caroling. So this may be the reason it’s a so-so jingle for us.

‘Thank You, Thank You, Ang Babait Ninyo’

We all know caroling goers and we’re all familiar with their line whenever they’re finished with their song “Thank you, thank you, ang babait ninyo!” And we’re not gonna lie, it’s annoying especially when they change it to “ang babarat ninyo” who does that?

‘Santa Klaws’

Although it has a very catchy tune, we’re not livin’ for this kind of Christmas jingle. It may be a modern take about Santa Claus, but no hate to the artists and the song,  it’s just really not our cup of tea. Next!

What do you think of our  “Best To Worst” ranking for Christmas jingles? And do you agree with us? If not, which songs do you think should be on the list?

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