By this point in December, you've heard that opening bell sequence from Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas Is You" at least a billion times.
No shade against Mimi, but how about mixing up your holiday playlist?
Scientists and musicologists have been hard at work in the lab, pouring glitter and festive cheer through their beakers to come up with what's scientifically proven to be "the happiest seasonal jingle of all time."
Joe Bennett, a forensic musicologist from Boston's Berklee College of Music, has been studying lyrical themes, musical keys, tempos and vocals of popular holiday tracks to see what makes people sing them year after year.
Songwriters Harriet Green and Steve Anderson then used Bennett's research to produce the scientifically proven happiest holiday song ever, called "Love's Not Just For Christmas," The Independent reports.
"Hopefully we’ve risen to the challenge and provided a song people will love not only this Christmas, but for every Christmas to come," Anderson said.
Watch the unbelievably festive song in the video player below. There's no Buble, but the London Community Choir sounds just as lovely. Find the lyrics below.