Back

Lee Ann Womack’s Version of ‘Oh Come, All Ye Faithful’ Will Give You Chills

“I really love “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful,” which is why I chose to record it this year. The melody and the calling together of the faithful is inspiring to me,” she said recently.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Lee Ann Womack’s Version of  ‘Oh Come, All Ye Faithful’ Will Give You Chills
Lee Ann Womack, Publicity Photo

Lee Ann Womack is the voice behind one of the biggest country hits in the format, “I Hope You Dance.” For the holiday season, she lent her talents to cover a Christmas classic with a rendition of “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful.”

Her acoustic version of the soulful spirited hit brings the Christmas cheer to all with her gorgeous vocals over the soft tracking. As a fan of the winter season, even Womack embodied the carol through its powerful lyrics and hitting all the merry notes.

“I really love “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful,” which is why I chose to record it this year. The melody and the calling together of the faithful is inspiring to me,” she said recently.

Womack recently chatted with Southern Living about her love for the holidays and she dished on some traditions she sticks to year after year while celebrating with her family and friends. Both her Christmas Eve and Christmas occasions make her feel like it’s the season of joy because it brings together all of her favorite things.

“When we’re in Houston for Christmas, we can open all the patio doors and enjoy the sunshine. If we’re in Nashville, we may have snow on the ground and a fire in the fireplace. Either way, it feels like Christmas to me,” she said.

Take a listen to Womack’s “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful,” and add it to your Christmas playlist this winter.