Christmas Songs are heard on the radio, television, in stores, offices and everywhere you go during the weeks leading up to the holiday. It is interesting that there are some classics that have a color in their titles. Do you think you can name any of the Christmas songs with colors in their titles?

'White Christmas'

"White Christmas" is one of the songs on the list of the 10 best Christmas songs of all time. In fact, it is the top-selling song since Irving Berlin composed it in 1942. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, "White Christmas" sung by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single of all time with over 100 million copies sold worldwide.

It has been recorded by close to a hundred artists including Lady Gaga, Jackie Evancho, and Michael Bublé. Some African Americans say it won't be Christmas unless they hear The Temptations sing "White Christmas" in their own style.

'Silver Bells'

"Silver Bells" is a classic song dating back to the 1950s after it was composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. Decca Records released the first recording of the beautiful song in October 1950 with Bing Crosby and Carol Richards singing it.

Over the years, hundreds of other artists have sung the public domain song including Elvis Presley, Johnny Mathis, the Supremes, Dean Martin, Stevie Wonder, Michael Bublé, and Blake Shelton.

'Blue Christmas'

Billy Hayes and Jay W.

Johnson wrote "Blue Christmas." It was considered to be a country song recorded in 1948 and was made popular by Ernest Tubb the next year. As you can tell by the title, it is not a happy holiday song. Instead, it is about unrequited love.

Elvis Presley recorded "Blue Christmas" as a rock-and-roll holiday classic in 1957. Since then, more than 65 recorded versions have been made by rock and country artists.

You might have heard "Blue Christmas" sung by Loretta Lynn, Patti LaBelle, John Denver and others, but people seem to favor the rendition by Elvis Presley.

'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer'

Like the other songs with a color in their titles, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" is a holiday song that never goes out of style. Older people, as well as kids, love to sing the song about the famous reindeer of them all.

It is a beautiful story about Rudolph who was different. He was not part of the original group, but he was the one who helped Santa only when he was needed on foggy nights because of his shiny nose that glowed in the dark.

So, now you know the Christmas songs with white, silver, blue and red in their titles.