So I'm sitting in Starbucks working day by day and they're playing their Christmas fare over the Muzak. Its Christmas carrol after Christmas carol and most of them are horrid screeching and crooning ugly re-makes of older hymns and Christmas songs (everybody wants to do them "their" way but no one seems to possess the capacity to do it well). It seems we are just musically bankrupt since I am hard pressed to come up with any new Christmas songs from the last 30-40 years that are: (a) singable with a group around a piano and (b) going to be remembered 20 years from now. "Do they know its Christmas?" Gack! I don't think so. It seems this is a symptom of the broader dearth that exists in music now and has implications for sacred music.
BTW: to answer the question that Bandaid asks: NO! Because you goofballs have spent the last 50 years subverting any shimmer of the true meaning of Christmas!