<p>This is a pretty easy to play song, although you&#39;ll need to remember how to play seventh chords.</p>The chords in this song are simple. The thing to remember is the song is in 3/4 time... strum three times per bar (all downstrokes).Although the chords in this song are simple, they do move at a somewhat brisk pace, and the timing is a little tricky. If you&#39;re just getting started, I&#39;d try some of the other carols first.If you can play an F major chord, you shouldn&#39;t have much trouble with &#34;Frosty the Snowman&#34;. If you&#39;re finding things difficult, you can have a look at the &#34;Frosty the Snowman&#34; performance tips.This should be a simple carol to play, but if you have trouble, you can take a look at the &#34;Here Comes Santa Claus&#34; performance tips.There are a few tricky chord changes in this one (including diminished chords), so if you&#39;re looking for very basic songs to play, you might want to leave &#34;I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus&#34; for now.&#34;Jingle Bells&#34; is another fairly simple winter song to play. The lyrics and chords can be downloaded freely here, along with some Jingle Bells performance tips.If you&#39;re comfortable playing an F major chord, you shouldn&#39;t have a ton of trouble with this Christmas carol. To keep things simple, you can just strum each chord four times.Rudolph is a very simple Christmas carol, with just a few chords. Most guitarists won&#39;t have a problem with this one.<p>Lots of versions of this song are available, including chords for the traditional and &#34;Springsteen version&#34;, as well as <a href="https://www.thoughtco.com/how-to-read-guitar-tablature-1712884" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">guitar tab</a> for a more advanced version of the song.</p>This is a nice easy Christmas song to play... just a few chords and a simple strum will get you through &#34;Up on the Housetop&#34;.