Dutch Christmas carols.
If you don't have anything to do and you're going to youtubing then there are more Dutch Christmas carols than I thought. On some, I think, “Hmmmmm, why?” while I also came across songs that I thought, “This is fun, why don't I hear them more often?”. Judge for yourself... below you will find alternatives to Mariah Carey's “All I want for Christmas” in Dutch.
Okay, my association was initially Schlagers and Carnival but he made a nice song or actually wrote lyrics. Only as an alternative to Mariah Carey, it's not a best choice, I'm afraid. Anyway, it's an alternative, let's say.
This song doesn't bring you into higher Christmas atmospheres, I'm afraid, but it can be a consolation for all those who look up at Christmas. It can have the comforting effect like a love song that can be with a broken heart.
Marianne Weber, nice song, absolutely Christmas. Not particularly original but that doesn't always have to be. For the Christmas atmosphere absolutely good.
Cook Alberts... what do I say? It's a typical Koos Albert song. Has he ever sang a happy song, I wonder. It falls into the category André Hazes (see above) only with a more cheerful tune.
I didn't know this song but it's definitely a Christmas song but that's not so strange since the tune is unfortunately “borrowed” here. But that doesn't detract from the fact that it's a real Christmas song. So just sing along!
Jantje also sings a Dutch lyrics on an existing tune. - Nice. Nothing to add or disagree.
I hadn't heard this song in a long time. Now I rarely hear songs of the Singer without a Name (great name too) come by anyway. It's not really a swinging song, but it's got some... Judge for yourself.
Flappie of Yoep van't Hek should just be in there. I don't know if he wanted to make a Christmas song, or if he thought it up in advance, but that's what Flappie turned out to be. I always have to chuckle about it (I know it's not funny but I can't help it).
Nice Christmas song in the Dutch schlager tradition. Cheerful. I'm sure you'll get into the Christmas spirit.
Willeke Alberti is always suitable for a Christmas song.
Original song. In terms of text in any case. As far as I am concerned, this could be heard more often on the radio.
Typical Henk & Henk song. I think it's funny and they're right: “It's supposed to be snowing at Christmas too”.
And this one was tipped off and deserves a spot in the list. Cheerful and fun contemporary song.