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Whatever it is you’re doing — last-minute shopping, traveling, spending time with friends and family — you might need a soundtrack to help curate a festive mood.

As it turns out, many artists from neighborhoods in Advocate coverage areas have recorded Christmas songs.

We’ve complied a few of them below.

Please Come Home for Christmas” by the Eagles, featuring Preston Hollow resident Don Henley

Christmas In My Hometown album by the late Charley Pride, a former Preston Hollow resident. The album includes classics such as “Silent Night,” “Little Drummer Boy,” “Deck the Halls” and “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow,” among others.

The Polyphonic Spree’s Holidaydream: Sounds of the Holidays Vol. One, which features “Winter Wonderland,” “Silent Night,” “Silver Bells,” “White Christmas” and others.

“Air of December” by Oak Cliff’s Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians

Michael Nesmith, who grew up in Preston Hollow, and the rest of The Monkees released a Christmas album called Christmas Party.

The Hockaday School alumna Lisa Loeb’s “A Holiday Song

Old 97’s and Kevin Bacon performed “Here It Is Christmastime” for Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

East Dallas resident Randy Brooks wrote “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer

According to Variety, the best holiday song of 2021 was by Lake Highlands native St. Vincent, “…At the Holiday Party

And we recently wrote about Lisa Layne, who grew up in Oak Cliff. She sang “All I Want for Christmas Is You” before Mariah Carey.