Five days in to December, the holiday season is well underway, and it's 75 degrees in Knoxville. Thats' open window driving weather. Driving with your windows down while listening to Christmas music is like putting fun-size twix on a pepperoni pizza. Both of those things are good, just not together.
The good news is that there are actually several Christmas songs based on the premise that Christmas doesn't feel like Christmas because of the weather. (Thanks a lot, global warming.) There's Jimmy Buffet's "Christmas in The Caribbean," Barenaked Ladies' "Green Christmas," and of course Colbie Caillat's "Mistletoe." It really still is Christmas if the snow don't fall, Colbie. Knoxville hasn't had a white Christmas in my lifetime. I'm talking about a true white Christmas; not this wintery mix bullcrap that we get from time to time. And we've enjoyed tender Tennessee Christmases year in and year out. Your song is beautiful, but your logic is flawed. Merry Christmas, Colbie.