Stevie Wonder in 1973 singing "What Christmas means to me"

What Christmas Means to Me – A Classic By Stevie Wonder

Christmas is the epicenter of many songs that are played in the winter time. You can enjoy Jingle Bells, Winter Wonderland, Frosty The Snowman and more. One of the most well-known songs that play around the Christmas holiday is “What Christmas Means to Me”. The most covered version of the song was written by Allen Story, Anna Gordy Gaye, and George Gordy.

Stevie Wonder was the first artist to record it on his 1967 album titled “Someday at Christmas”. Stevie Wonder is an American singer and songwriter, as well as a multi-instrumentalist who has been said to be one of the most critically acclaimed musical performers of the late 20th century.

Since the making of this song, it has been recorded over 30 times by over 30 different artists such as Nick Lachey, Cee Lo Green, Hanson, Jessica Simpson, En Vogue, and more. Listen to it below:

If you’ve never heard the song, it’s about everything there is to love about Christmas. Not only that, but it’s also about the love of a significant other. “I see your smiling face like I’ve never seen before”. He also sings about his love for the mistletoe, candles, ice and snow, and choir singing carols.

You can find multiple versions of the song on YouTube, Spotify, Deezer and more. You can enjoy the song in pop form, classical, rock-essentially anything you could possibly desire. There are literally over 50-years of different versions.

There have been many songs that have described Christmas and all of the wonderful things about it, but this one really hits the nail on the head in its description. Christmas is truly a wonderful time of the year and if you’re looking for a song that you want a loved one to hear, this is the song that should share with them.