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Christmas songs for the break in Irish dancing competitions – VIDEOS

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Rock out with Santa this Christmas
by PATRICIA MCNAMARA, Feis America Magazine contributor

Heading somewhere fantastic for the holidays?

While there aren’t any feiseanna this weekend, we wanted to share these four Christmas songs from some of our favorite Irish artists to pop on your playlist.

All will get you moving…whether your tootsies are taking a break from the hard shoes or not.

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” – U2

Deck the halls with your favorite Irish dancing buds while blasting this rock-infused jam.



“The Bells of Dublin/Christmas Eve” – The Chieftains

Play this while doing some over two threes around your house.



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“I Saw Three Ships” – Orla Fallon

This cheery tune will make you want to start doing a light jig the minute it plays.



“Ding Dong Merrily on High” – Celtic Woman

It will make you want to just skip around the neighborhood until Christmas morning.



What’s your favorite Christmas song? Share in the comments below!

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