Mr Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and their wives have released matching lists of their favourite holiday songs on the popular music streaming service, just in time for Christmas. Topping the list for Mr Obama and his wife, Michelle, is O Tannenbaum, the instrumental version by the Vince Guaraldi Trio featured in A Charlie Brown Christmas. Let it Snow by Boys II Men was next for the Obamas, followed by Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is You. Their list of 14 songs also features The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder, Nat King Cole, Ledisi, Luther Vandross, Frank Sinatra and Whitney Houston, among others. .@POTUS and @FLOTUS just released their favorite holiday tunes on @Spotify. Listen now: — The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 23, 2015 Biden and his wife, Jill, went with a slightly edgier No. 1: Bruce Springsteen’s Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town. Second for the Bidens is Neil Diamond’s You Make it Feel Like Christmas, followed by Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow! by Ella Fitzgerald. Andrea Bocelli, Mary J Blige, Tony Bennett, U2 and Coldplay are among the other musicians on the Bidens’ list of 17 songs. Alright, the Celtic carol is mine. And a few others. (cc: @LadyGaga) — Vice President Biden (@VP) December 23, 2015 This past summer, the White House boosted its already active online presence by launching an official channel on Spotify in August. Mr Obama shared his summer daytime and evening playlists, and Michelle Obama followed with a music list for the International Day of the Girl. Mr Obama’s holiday music playlist was released during his Christmas vacation in Hawaii. The Bidens are spending the run-up to Christmas at their home in Wilmington, Delaware. Old tradition ... Michelle Obama reads Twas the Night Before Christmas at the Children’s National Health System in Washington on December 14. Picture: AP Photo/Susan WalshSource:AP OBAMA’S PLAYLIST O Tannenbaum, Vince Guaraldi Trio (A Charlie Brown Christmas); Let it Snow, Boyz II Men; All I Want for Christmas is You, Mariah Carey; Santa Claus is Coming To Town, The Jackson 5; 8 Days of Christmas, Destiny’s Child; Someday at