Our Favorite Sexy Songs for the Holidays

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 1:30 PM

The holidays have arrived and it's time to get in the sexy holiday spirit. While you might not think the word sexy and holiday go together, we found a few songs that will make you feel differently.

So put a log on the fire, grab your Santa baby and set the mood for some hot yuletide action with our ten favorite sexy holiday songs.

Sova's Sexy Holiday Playlist


"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" - Darlene Love

Rolling Stones lists this first on their list of Greatest Rock and Roll Christmas Songs1. Darlene Love sings with such emotion, you can imagine the kind of fun she must have had last year.


"Please Come Home for Christmas" – Aaron Neville

There's not much sexier than the distinctive sound of Aaron Neville's tenor voice singing this Christmas classic.


"Christmas Tree" – Lady GaGa

"Light me up put me on top, let's falalalalalala." We could all use a little more falalalalalala during the holidays.


"Let It Snow" - Boyz II Men

With lyrics like "When our bodies meet. I don't care about the weather" this R & B classic from 1993 is mandatory on any sexy holiday song list.


"Last Christmas" – Wham!

This one may be about a broken heart, but we had to include at least one sentimental 80s pop song on the list.


"Baby it's Cold Outside" - Darius Rucker & Sheryl Crow

This song has been recorded by numerous artists over the years, including the original recording by Fantasy Island's own Ricardo Montalban 1949. We're partial to this sexy version released last year.2


"Christmas Lights" – Coldplay

Grab on to your partner and hold tight under the shining Christmas lights for this melancholy tale.


"Santa Tell Me" – Ariana Grande

We secretly hope your holiday romance this year is the real deal and not just a fling!


"Santa Baby" – Eartha Kitt

Maybe if you've been an awfully good girl Santa will hurry down your chimney and bring you a convertible too!


"All I Want for Christmas is You" - Mariah Carey

No holiday song list would be complete without a little Mariah. Unlike Eartha, Mariah doesn't want presents or lights; all she wants for Christmas is to spend time with her lover. Can't we have a little of both Mariah?