Final round: Which is Utah's favorite Christmas song?

Final round: Which is Utah's favorite Christmas song?


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SALT LAKE CITY — As we count down the days until Christmas, we also continue to countdown Utah’s favorite Christmas songs.

Last week, we asked you to narrow the field from eight to four. There were some tough choices in the previous round; and now, we come down to the championship round.

Some of the songs eliminated last round were Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” Johnny Mathis’ “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas,” and Bing Crosby & David Bowie’s “Peace on Earth.”

In this final poll, you will select a winner of Utah’s favorite Christmas song tournament.

And the final four nominees are, in no particular order:

Nat King Cole — “The Christmas Song

Bing Crosby — “White Christmas

Josh Groban — “O Holy Night

Frank Sinatra — “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Remember, this is completely subjective and fun. We think all of these songs are great. How you come to decide upon the better of the four songs paired against another is entirely up to you. You be the judge.

If you want others to vote, share the poll and help your favorite Christmas song win.

Enjoy! We’ll announce the winner of Utah’s favorite Christmas song tournament this Friday, Dec. 23.

If you can't access the poll, click here for the full link.

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