1. "All I Want For Christmas Is You" - My Chemical Romance View this video on YouTube youtube.com Everyone says Mariah's version is better, but, like, if you've ever loved emo or pop-punk, you're a bit more biased toward this one. 2. "Won't Be Home For Christmas" - Blink 182 View this video on YouTube youtube.com This is basically every single early Blink song, but with a ~holiday twist~. There's no wrong time to listen to Mark sing, so it's a win-win, really. 3. "Yule Shoot Your Eye Out" - Fall Out Boy View this video on YouTube youtube.com All of FOB's stuff is actual gold, but they get lots of points for not just doing a Christmas cover, and instead writing a totally 2005 pop-punk tune that refers to A Christmas Story in its title. Slay, boys. 4. "White Christmas" - Panic! At The Disco View this video on YouTube youtube.com This version of one of the most classic songs of the season is SO GOOD. It has everything: Harmonies, a bit of an acapella feel, and Brendon Urie, obv. The only downside? It's way too short. 5. "Merry Christmas, Kiss My Ass" - All Time Low View this video on YouTube youtube.com Ah, classic Gaskarth. A Christmas song is no problem for the guys of ATL, but of course, there has to be an underlying pissed-off-ness to the whole thing, and lots of swearing. Bless them. 6. "Right Where You Want Me To Be" - A Day To Remember View this video on YouTube youtube.com The video is WAY more Christmas-y than the song itself — the holidays are only mentioned a few times — but the colors, plus the band dressing up like Santa, are sure to bring some damn cheer into your life. 7. "Last Christmas" - Jimmy Eat World View this video on YouTube youtube.com Nothing will ever come close to Wham!'s original version of this tune, but damn it, if Jim Adkin's voice doesn't make the song a little better. 8. "Ho Ho Hopefully" - The Maine View this video on YouTube youtube.com Even the title of this song SCREAMS "emotion and longing." So. Fucking. Pop-Punk. 9. "Don't Shoot Me Santa" - The Killers View this video on YouTube youtube.com Brandon Flowers cries out to Santa Claus in the most sexy, desperate of ways. This might be their best work yet. 10. "30 Days" - Nevershoutnever View this video on YouTube youtube.com Cristofer Drew lured you in when you were 12, and timidly sang this song about Christmas and love. And you'll NEVER forget it. 11. "My Christmas List" - Simple Plan View this video on YouTube youtube.com Pierre and the boys making fun of consumerism is the actual definition of a pop-punk Christmas, so, here you go. 12. "This Christmas" - The Summer Set View this video on YouTube youtube.com This song would pair perfectly with some flippy emo kid hair under a Santa hat. Who knew you needed this? We did. Listen. 13. "Merry Christmas, I Missed You So" - Taking Back Sunday View this video on YouTube youtube.com Adam Lazzara pulls you in by the throat and is like, here, I brought my guitar and wrote this cute holiday song, wanna listen? And you're like, "fucking absolutely." Give it a try. 14. "Christmas By The Phone" - Good Charlotte View this video on YouTube youtube.com A sad holiday tune with some Madden brother singing sprinkled on top is a solid choice for sitting by the fire with some eggnog. Turn it up. 15. "Do You Hear What I Hear?" - William Beckett View this video on YouTube youtube.com Our TAI fave turns this adorable wintery song into something swoon-worthy. Sing your heart out, William, bby. 16. "O Holy Night" - Brand New View this video on YouTube youtube.com Now this song is already very somber and relaxing, but Jesse Lacey's voice gives it a haunting feel, to the point where it's almost kind of scary. 17. "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" - Bowling For Soup View this video on YouTube youtube.com These guys bring a seriously whimsical feel to this classic innocence-lost Christmas song. Very "1985"-meets-Santa Claus. 18. "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" - Issues View this video on YouTube youtube.com This is weirdly upbeat for emo standards, BUT when you consider that this is an NSYNC cover, it gives the song a whole new cheery feel. If you were a kid in the '90s and then obv a teen in the '00s, this is the perfect combination of pop and screamo.