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The Startling No. 1 Christmas Songs Through the Years

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The holidays are a nostalgic time, and nothing says nostalgia more than listening to the British pop hits from your college, high school, elementary school, and toddler years.

2008: Alexandra Burke Performs "Hallelujah."

If Alexandra Burke were an athlete, she would absolutely be accused of juicing. She went from reality TV contestant to No. 1 artist in the country in a matter of months. Her ability to maintain vocal control while aggressively riffing is kind of unfair. Brits, man.

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2003: Michael Andrews and Gary Jules Perform "Mad World."

This is the ultimate "I am feeling really sad right now, and I kind of wish my life had a soundtrack" song. It's super depressing for a holiday hit. "Happy holidays, Tiny Tim! Your leg won't heal because healthcare is prohibitively expensive."

1998: The Spice Girls Perform "Goodbye."

This song represents the third of an unprecedented three consecutive Christmases during which the Spice Girls held the top spot. Current tweens who did not live through the Spice Girls era need to do their research. Destiny's Child and TLC are also on the curriculum.

1993: Mr. Blobby Performs "Mr. Blobby."

OK. Now we're getting somewhere. The world's most terrifying television mascot was responsible for the No. 1 song in the UK. British denizens preferred this nightmarescape over all other options. 1993: A dry year for pop music.

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1988: Cliff Richard Performs "Mistletoe and Wine."

Ahh. What a classic '80s Christmas video. The director of this music video clearly said the following: "Should we put Cliff Richard's face next to a leaky water pump for 22 seconds? Yes, that is exactly what we should do.






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