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Great. Now I have his song in my head!
Quote from: Myrrh23 on December 06, 2008, 03:19:12 AMGreat. Now I have his song in my head! Sorry!
Rosehip, either that, or the music played is tacky, like when they play "Santa Baby". I DETEST, ABHOR, and REVILE that song!! (My fangs were really out this time! )
I think you're right, Myrrh-tacky is a good word. It seemed to me rather cloying and schmaltzy, somehow. I don't know this song "Santa Baby" though. Don't think I've ever heard it.
Quote from: Rosehip on December 06, 2008, 09:21:51 PMI think you're right, Myrrh-tacky is a good word. It seemed to me rather cloying and schmaltzy, somehow. I don't know this song "Santa Baby" though. Don't think I've ever heard it.Do you really want to hear some sultry siren try to seduce Santa Claus?
Any version of Little Drummer Boy
^ Well, I'm sure Adam Sandler appreciates your support. Without people like you, he'd be living in a van down by the river.
Adam Sandler's Hannukkah song."Channukkah, oh Hannukkah,Here comes Hannukkah.It's not pronounced Channukkah,So get your Hooked-on-Phonica."Awful doesn't begin to describe it.
I think it's catchy myself...Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9jmr0MgFKU
Do I win if I post a Christmas song by Snoop Dogg?
It is a little gem put out in 1996 entitled "Christmastime in the LBC." I am fairly sure that the moderators will prefer I do not link to the song as it manages to be both offensive and pornographic within the first 30 or so seconds. However that doesn't stop it from going on for another 3:10.
Worst Christmas Song? I'm going to suggest The Christmas Shoes song. Here is a link for those of you who have been lucky enough to not hear the song before.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0a_Y1wAJ2MU
I really can't stand most secular "Christmas Music". Not so much because they are secular, but because they are poorly written pop drivel**I majored in music, so I'm a bit pickier from the technical standpoint!
[q and "O Come, O Come, Immanuel."
Twisted Sister - need I say more. (go to 1:36 to actually hear "music")http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=De47fjH6RKY
Quote from: ytterbiumanalyst on December 08, 2008, 10:17:06 AM[q and "O Come, O Come, Immanuel."Must be in Latin, though, for best effect! The vowels are so much better for singing!
As a musician myself, I completely agree. I'd include a lot of the newer Christian music too, as it's more of the same (e.g. "Christmas Shoes"). Some of the romantic-era hymns are beautiful, though, such as "Angels We Have Heard on High" and "O Come, O Come, Immanuel."
^ Cool! We haven't bought that album yet, but we do enjoy her music.
I don't like the song that implies a little boy's (or girl's) Mother is committing adultery by kissing Santa Claus. Yucko!
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