That tree isn’t just a symbol of Christ’s love for all people, it’s also a symbol of your boy wanting to be with you, girl.
Blacka Devon expresses love with bringing you the “Christmas Tree.” It’s sultry R+B parang to let you know how much that tree should mean to you.
Makayla hits the siren notes when proposing you “Meet Me at the Christmas Tree.” She’ll be the one with batting eyes. Smokey jazz.
Folk Angel (feat. Lauren Chandler) alts up the folk and amps up the anticipation for how quickly they can travel across the miles to meet at “The Christmas Tree.” I’m on the edge of my seat!
Roosevelt Sykes, in a beautifully digitized cleaning of the down and dirty 1930s blues, asks his baby to “Let Me Hang Your Stockings in Your Tree.” But he’s sweet and gentle, not no nasty suitor, no siree.
Phil Mack has gone a long way to tell you he loves you. His country pop with cheap instruments emphasizes the “Light of the Christmas Tree” so he can– see your face? Disconnected but sentimental elements to ensure a hit.
Rockabilly lite from Rick Diaz makes his overtures to her with “I’m Gonna Shake the Decorations Right off Your Christmas Tree.” It’s Elvis for people who don’t know Elvis.
How he met your great-grandmother gets the once over in “Tree of Love,” a shaggy dog story about immigrant proposals, grand gestures, and antique romance. Sabrina and Craig sell it like an introspective show tune.
Nothing says love me like scat. Playing the glottal stops like a pro, PJ Parker coos you to “Jingle Down the Christmas Tree” to swing with her. Get down, boy.