Mariah Carey’s“All I Want For Christmas Is You”is #1 on Billboard’s Greatest of All Time Holiday Chart.She says when she wrote the song, she wrote it for the little girl in her filled with holiday spirit. Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” (In 1958, when she was 13, country producer Owen Bradley asked her to record a new song by Johnny Marks, who had had success writing Christmas tunes for country singers, most notably "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (Gene Autry) and "A Holly Jolly Christmas" (Burl Ives). Lee recorded the song, "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", in July with a prominent twanging guitar part by Hank Garland and raucous sax soloing by Nashville icon Boots Randolph. Decca released it as a single that November, but it sold only 5,000 copies, and did not do much better when it was released again in 1959. However, over subsequent years, it eventually sold more than five million copies) is #2, while the Bobby Helms classic, “Jingle Bell Rock” is #3.