The Greatest Rock & Roll Christmas Songs

From Springsteen's 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' to Kanye's 'Christmas in Harlem,' plus 14 others
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Kanye West, 'Christmas In Harlem'

It's only been out for a year, but Kanye West's follow-up to Run-D.M.C.'s "Christmas In Hollis" is already a classic. With help from Teyana Taylor, Cam'Ron, Jim Jones and Pusha T, West paints a vivid and cheerful portrait of the season. "Now we all livin' the good life," he raps. "Though it's 40 below the wind chill and we wipin' snow off the windshield. It's still wonderful night to be alive, baby. And I'm so happy I'm with my baby."

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