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FizzUp Christmas Playlist

FizzUp is here to help you patiently await December 25 with our Christmas playlist. It will liven up your holiday parties and bring back some old memories. Remember to be good until you get to open your presents!

You’ll even be able to carry your Christmas tree!

FizzUp makes you stronger and builds your endurance so that you can take on anything during the holiday season. Carry home the Christmas tree? No problem! Everything is easier when you’re physically fit. These song titles will get your feet tapping to the beat with your Christmas tree under your arm.

1 | All I Want for Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey: Released in November 1994, this single will get you in the Christmas spirit with the sounds of bells, choirs and synthesizers. It was a hit not only in the United States, but also in the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Norway, Japan and the Netherlands. The joy of Christmas knows no boundaries!

2 | Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! by Dean Martin: We’re all crossing our fingers here at FizzUp, hoping that it snows on Christmas day.  

3 | Baby It’s Cold Outside by Brett Eldredge and Meghan Trainor: Brett Eldredge grew up in Paris… not the French capital, but a town in Illinois in the United States. The deep voice of this famous American singer will put you in a festive mood in a matter of seconds.

4 | Man with the Bag by Jessie J: This song is loaded with brass instruments! Jessie J, whose real name is Jessica Ellen Cornish, is a British singer-songwriter who started her career writing songs for Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and Alicia Keys.

These songs will clean out your fireplace!

Santa didn’t miss a single FizzUp workout this year, he swears! He even followed the tips in the FizzUp Nutrition Guide. After losing around 20 lb (9 kg), he had to buy a new suit. Now, he’s finally ready to land on your roof. Just make sure your chimney is clean. He wouldn’t want to get his suit dirty!

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5 | Christmas Wrapping by Kylie Minogue and Iggy Pop: This song is sure to make you laugh when you imagine Australian star Kylie Minogue in the arms of shirtless singer Iggy Pop proudly singing “Merry Christmas, baby…” over and over again.

6 | Last Christmas by Wham!: This pop music duo was formed by members Andrew Rigdeley and George Michael and active from 1981 to 1986. Friends since childhood, they’ll take you on a nostalgic musical journey to the rhythm of bells and synthesizers.

7 | Christmas Lights by Coldplay: This band nenamed themselves “Coldplay” in 1998 and is one of the most popular bands in the world.

8 | Underneath the Tree by Kelly Clarkson: This song by American singer Kelly Clarkson even includes carillons and sleigh bells. She adds love and friendship to your Christmas playlist. 

Don’t forget to leave out the milk and cookies!

Santa has more than 1,500,000 FizzUp users to visit on Christmas Eve. So remember to leave him a snack so that he doesn’t get hungry. Here are a few FizzUp Christmas cookie recipes that he’s sure to love.

9 | The Christmas Song by Justin Bieber ft. Usher: These two artists sing this Christmas hit.

10 | Jingle Bells by Diana Krall ft. Clayton-Hamilton: This American song is bound to keep jingling in your ears. It was written by James Pierpont and published in 1857. It’s one of the most well-known Christmas songs in the world.

11 | White Christmas by Otis Redding: Otis Redding was one of the greatest soul singers. That’s why he did his own rendition of this Christmas classic. He died at the age of 26 when his private plane crashed.

12 | Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Sam Smith: Introduced by Judy Garland in 1944, this Christmas song is still a hit even today.

Use the songs on this FizzUp Christmas playlist to add some cheer to your holiday meals. They’ll add some warmth and set the mood. What’s your favorite Christmas song?  

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