Listen: These are the Top 10 best-selling holiday songs

Ready or not, life is about to get a lot more jolly as holiday music starts to soundtrack daily life this week. Whether shopping, watching TV, or even in the safety of your carefully-curated satellite radio, the numerous covers of “Last Christmas,” holiday jingles like “Rudolph,” and nostalgic croon-ful standards will soon be inescapable. Nielsen Music has been tracking holiday digital sales since 2003 and has now revealed the 10 most-downloaded holiday tracks of all time. Take a listen below.

10. "Last Christmas," Wham! (1984)

This nostalgic ballad may have endless covers, but 751,000 downloads have proven the original featuring George Michael never goes out of style.

9. "Jingle Bell Rock," Bobby Helms (1957)

It may not sound like rock as we know it, but this toe-tapping rockabilly jingle has rolled in 780,000 downloads.

8. "Feliz Navidad," Jose Feliciano (1970)

This Navidad anthem introduced the Puerto Rican artist to worldwide acclaim, where he remains today with 808,000 downloads.

7. "Where Are You Christmas?" Faith Hill (2000)

During her peak pop crossover years, Hill contributed this millennium Christmas anthem to the soundtrack of 2000’s “Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas” remake. Hill’s soaring vocals on the Mariah Carey co-write still stirs souls today as the song holds 897,000 downloads.

6. "Christmas Canon," Trans-Siberian Orchestra (1998)

With 918,000 downloads, this intense Trans-Siberian Orchestra hit will always have an audience in those that take the holidays very seriously.

5. "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree," Brenda Lee (1958)

Recorded when she was just 13, Nashville rockabilly darling Brenda Lee’s jovial tune has sold a million downloads.

4. "Mistletoe," Justin Bieber (2011)

Bieber had listeners of all ages swooning with his undeniable acoustic pop offering, which has 1.1 million downloads.

3. "Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)," Trans-Siberian Orchestra (1996)

TSO has proven they have the holiday spirit on lock with this 3 million times-downloaded Xmas banger.

2. "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?" Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monn & Katie Lopez (2013)

Only “Frozen” could make the sad sound so good. The omnipresent 2013 winter film produced this hard-hitting song, now the second-most downloaded holiday song of all time, with 1.6 million downloads.

1. "All I Want For Christmas Is You," Mariah Carey (1994)

With 3.2 million downloads and climbing, this 1994 holiday jam, which skyrocketed to global acclaim after serving as theme song for 2003 UK holiday smash “Love Actually,” is going nowhere fast.