I've always felt there are too few pagan Yuletide songs. Apart from Jethro Tull's "Ring Out Solstice Bells" from the album Songs from the Wood, which came out in the late 1970s, I can't think of any that have made the charts.
Now, pagan organisation Children of Artemis is promoting a pagan Yule song called “Bringing the Outside In”, by Celtic folk rock band The Dolmen. If enough people download the track this week, the song has a chance of gaining high enough ratings to be a Yuletide hit. You can download it from http://indiestore.7digital.com/thedolmen/ for 80p.
You can also listen to a preview of the song on the site to see whether you like it before buying it. To me, it sounds a bit like another 1970s classic, "Children of the Revolution" by T-Rex, which is on The Essential Collection: 25th Anniversary Edition. I've always been a bit of a Marc Bolan fan, so any song that is an homage to his style is worth listening to in my opinion.
I was also thinking it might be a good idea to put together an all-time top 10 pagan Yule songs, so if you have any suggestions leave a comment below.
Songs from the Wood
The Essential Collection: 25th Anniversary Edition