Is November too soon to play Christmas music? | The Tylt

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So we've literally gone from Michael Myers and Chucky facing off yet again in our Monster Madness bracket, sexy Halloween costumes, and trick or treating to decking the halls before Thanksgiving and Christmas music. Many Americans are already getting into the Christmas spirit. Some even started on Thursday, Nov. 1, the day after Halloween. Those celebrating early are playing "All I Want for Christmas Is You" and "Winter Wonderland." But grinches argue that it's too soon to play Christmas music and December 1 is a more appropriate day to start. Is November too soon to play Christmas music?

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Hey, sometimes people just need Christmas music to get through the mid-fall and early winter. Christmas and holiday music bring joy to people and there's no harm in starting the tradition on November 1st of each year, right after Halloween. The Odyssey even listed five reasons why listening to Christmas music in November is okay—including we can celebrate two holidays at once and there's so much music to listen to. "All I Want For Christmas Is You" is arguably the greatest Christmas classic and who doesn't love this iconic Mariah Carey gem? Watch the music video below.

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But Christmas music can wait. Let's make it through Thanksgiving before we start celebrating Christmas. Thanksgiving deserves its own time. Plus, some people need some breathing room between holidays.

FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Is November too soon to play Christmas music?
#PlayXmasMusicNow
A festive crown for the winner
#DontPlayXmasMusic