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The Disney Holiday Playlist That'll Get You *Nostalgic*

We still need Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers in our lives.

With The Lion King live-action movie coming up in 2019, plus a whole lot of other Disney films from our childhood, it kinda makes you feel nostalgic, right? Christmas is the perfect time to reminisce, so we've gathered some of the most iconic Disney Christmas tracks from the past decade! 

"Girl Of My Dreams," Jonas Brothers 

Okay, back when the JoBros were *babies*, they didn't want presents, Christmas lights, or scarves their grandma made for them. All they wanted for Christmas was the girl of their dreams. And we all wished that girl was us back in 2007.  

"Rockin Round The Christmas Tree," Miley Cyrus 

16-year-old Miley Cyrus recorded this cover as her iconic character Hannah Montana for the Disney Channel Holiday Soundtrack

"Winter Wonderland," Selena Gomez 

We love you, Sel! And we totally miss her Wizards of Waverly Place days. *Sighs.* Happy times.  

"Santa Claus Lane," Hilary Duff 

This track was from Hillary Duff's debut album in 2002! And yes, Lizzie McGuire premiered more than 16 years ago. 


"Last Christmas," Ashley Tisdale 

We can totally hear High School Musical's Sharpay Evans in this track! Although it's essentially a sad song about moving on ("Last Christmas, I gave you my heart, but the very next day you gave it away"), we don't really feel down when listening to it, thanks to Ashley!  

"I Love Christmas," Ross Lynch and Laura Marano 

Yes, it's our favorite time of the year! This feel-good track by Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina's Harvey Kinkle, Ross Lynch, makes us feel all soft and gooey inside. It was featured in the 2013 episode "Mix Ups & Mistletoes" of the Disney Channel show Austin and Ally


"Shake Santa Shake," Zendaya

So it's basically about Santa...dancing. Zendaya and Bella Thorne usher in the holidays with a ~dream sequence~ for Shake It Up. 


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