Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Christmas Caroling 2009

It's that time of year again... the Christmas music the malls have been trying to shove down our throats since Halloween is finally not only appropriate but also welcomed.

And who doesn't love a Christmas carol?

This year however, in the spirit of the craziness of the holidays, I have taken the liberty of writing my own words to several of the more well-known carols.

Sing along with me, won't you?

Sung to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Zhu Zhu the wonder hamster
It's what every kid begs Santa for
One more stupid toy craze
Not found in any store.

Sung to Silent Night

Baked Ham, Apple Pie,
Ate so much, Want to die.
Grandma's stuffing, had to try it,
After New Year's, start my diet.
Wearing sweat pants til then,
Elastic waist bands until then.

Sung to Let It Snow

Oh the shopping at the mall is frightful,
And the sales are so delightful,
But since we're all short on dough,
Just say no, just say no, just say no!

Sung to We Wish You a Merry Christmas

We wish we were in St Kitts,
We wish we were in St Kitts,
We wish we were in St Kitts,
And we'd stay there a year!

Sung to Deck the Halls

In-laws come and never leave,
In law law law law law, law law law law.
Visit too long and I can't breathe,
In law law law law law, law law law law.
Don we now Prozac and valium,
In law law law law law, law law law law.
Washed down with vodka til I am numb,
In law law law law law, law law law law.


Ok, now I'm in the Christmas spirit... :-)

5 comments:

Carolyn said...

HA HA HA!

Just say no.... fantastic!
Great job Sharon.

Doreen said...

LOVE IT!

TK said...

It is amazing the things that go on inside that pretty head

Jamie D. said...

You guys always make my day! Good one Sharon. Merry Christmas.

J.Davidowicz

Jeannie Campbell, LMFT said...

ha! not that i'm into prescribing meds (actually, can't do that at all), i wouldn't recommend the vodka/prozac combo. :) (just FYI for other readers....i know YOU would never do such a thing.)

i actually sang along to one of them...merry christmas!
jeannie
The Character Therapist