A day before December and 28 years after its release, Mariah Carey's holiday hit All I Want For Christmas has returned to the charts.
The 1994 fit now sits at the fifth spot of the Billboard Hot 100 Charts after claiming the 25th spot for months leading up to the Christmas season.
It now stands among current music industry favorites such as Taylor Swift's Anti-Hero, Drake and 21 Savage's Rich Flex, Sam Smith's Unholy, and Steve Lacy's Bad Habit.
Carey's holiday song isn't the only nostalgic Christmas song that's been climbing up the charts as of late.
A number of listeners have been bringing on the spirit with 60s icon Brenda Lee's Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree, Bobby Helms' Jingle Bell Rock, and Burl Ives' A Holly Jolly Christmas.
Carey's iconic hit has now spent 52 weeks on the charts and is expected more momentum as the holidays approach. The song has also had a place in the charts every holiday season since its release—just in case you needed a reminder that it isn't just playing in the malls.