You also need to throw one or two songs in the mix that will make people come ask you, “Hey, who sings this song?” because it’s all about keeping up the perception that you know exactly what you’re doing and nobody throws a better Christmas party than you. I like Günther’s “Christmas Song (Ding Dong)” for this moment, because it combines Christmas spirit with sensuality, and what’s a holiday party without some baby-making music?
Here’s the thing about getting a little obscure – you have to gradually bring everyone back to the mainstream songs or you’ll simply lose the mood from the other songs. A perfect set list is a work of art and needs to be treated as such, so let’s stay across the pond and now turn it up a little bit with anthem rockers The Darkness and the very simply named, “Christmas Time.”
Now dim the lights, clink your moose antler glass to get everyone’s attention and offer up a toast right here. Don’t talk too much, just offer something simple and charming from your heart, and make sure to throw a wink at that special someone that you’ve been trying to sneak off with to the bathroom all night, if only your cousin Tank hadn’t been feeding everyone his 5-alarm holiday chili all night. Once you’re done, drive home the mellow mood with Scott Weiland’s “Winter Wonderland.”
I want more like this!
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