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Top 20 Downloaded Christmas Chord Charts for 2017

on Tuesday, 26 December 2017. Posted in Top 10 Downloads, Blogs

Top 20 Downloaded Christmas Chord Charts for 2017

Check out the 2017 CHRISTMAS Top 20 posting from WorshipReady.com showing the most downloaded Christmas chord charts by our subscribers. This is a great way to see what other worship leaders are using and to get ideas on some Christmas songs you might want to consider for next year!

During the latter months of the year, Christmas songs become the hot items around here! We've pulled the most downloaded Christmas chord charts by our subscribers.


The Top 20 for 2017 were:


  1. O Holy Night - Kari Jobe
  2. Noel - Lauren Daigle & Chris Tomlin
  3. Mary Did You Know - Clay Aiken
  4. Angels We Have Heard On High - North Point
  5. O Come All Ye Faithful - North Point
  6. Silent Night - Kim Walker-Smith
  7. Away In A Manger - Kim Walker-Smith
  8. The First Noel - Phil Wickham
  9. What Child Is This - Third Day
  10. Let Us Adore - Elevation Worship
  11. Joy To The World (Unspeakable Joy) - Chris Tomlin
  12. Hark The Herald Angels Sing - Lincoln Brewster
  13. Joy To The World - Lincoln Brewster
  14. Hark The Herald Angels Sing - North Point
  15. All Creation Sing (Joy To The World) - North Point
  16. Adore Him - Kari Jobe
  17. O Come All Ye Faithful / We Adore You - Paul Baloche
  18. O Come Let Us Adore Him - Hillsong Worship
  19. A Christmas Alleluia - Chris Tomlin
  20. Joy To The World - David Crowder Band

One of the most popular Christmas charts around here is always Kari Jobe's "O Holy Night", and this year was no different. It was the #1 by a good margin!

Are there any songs here that you are surprised to see? Any that you would expect to see but don't? Take this list and make notes of some songs you may want to check out for using next Christmas!

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