• Sally Shapiro — “Anorak Christmas”

    Italian disco done by a Swedish duo and released on a Canadian indie label for Christmas? Why not. Even if Sally Shapiro isn’t a real person, this is one of those hopeful holiday love songs in the tradition of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” and “A Marshmallow World” that brings to mind that Christmas-card moment in Love Actually, when Natalie sends Hugh “Prime Minister/Disco Dancer” Grant a card admitting her love to him because, “If you can’t say it at Christmas, when can you eh?” It’s incredibly sappy, more than a little wistful, and encouraging of the kind of happy endings the magic of Christmas promises to bring: in short, the perfect and promising lead up to an imperfect holiday season.

    11 Criminally Underrated Christmas Songs

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