'What Christmas Means To Me' - A Cappella From Pentatonix

'What Christmas Means To Me' - A Cappella From Pentatonix

A cappella group Pentatonix help get us in the Christmas spirit with their upbeat rendition of ‘What Christmas Means To Me.’ This popular tune was made famous after Stevie Wonder released his recording in 1967. Decades later, this Christmas favorite always has a way of getting me to sing along.


‘Candles burnin' low,
Lots of mistletoe.
Lots of snow and ice,
Everywhere we go.
Choirs singin' carols,
Right outside my door.
All these things and more
(All these things and more)
That's what Christmas means to me my love
(That's what Christmas means to me my love)’

These talented vocalists have become a Christmas staple with songs such as ‘Mary Did You Know’ and ‘Hallelujah’. This upbeat rendition of ‘What Christmas Means To Me’ is really a toe-tapper. All five voices combine perfectly to make the most melodious and joyful holiday sound.

The Grammy-award winning group truly knows how to choose the perfect songs to compliment their talent and they’ve definitely done it again with this one. You can find this single, and other holiday songs, on the new Pentatonix album “Christmas Is Here!”. “Christmas Is Here!” includes all of our favorites such as “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” “Here Comes Santa Claus” and “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.” There is just something about hearing all of these songs recorded a cappella that truly gives them a whole new feel. I think this is going to be another Christmas album that gets played year after year. What do you think?