What was my go-to song last Christmas?

13 Jan

I’m a big fan of Mashups. You know, where you take the beat, baseline or other melodic components to a song and mix it together with different lyrics? So the one song last Christmas that kept me from being stabby and follow through with other homicidal tenancies was Counting Crow’s “Einstein on the Beach,” but instead of singing about the great fuzzy genius, I replaced his character with a more notable character for the season: Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer. It went something like this:

“Rudolph On The Beach” ( Sing Along: http://youtu.be/6wOFg4G-GK8 )

Rudolph’s always sincere, he’s a sensitive type

His intentions are clear, he wanna be well-liked

If everything is nothing, then are we anything?
Is it better to be better than to be anything?
And Rudolph’s nose is glowing uncontrolled
All his dreams are slowly sinking
The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
All the reindeer reappear
For a reindeer, on and off the roof
Who’ll never be together again
Rudolph’s up on the roof staring over the land
Cause everything he believes in is shattered
What you fear in the night in the day comes to call anyway-ay
We all get burned as:
One more sun comes sliding down the sky
One more shadow leans against the wall
The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And the reindeer reappear
For a reindeer, on and off the roof
Who’ll never be together again
Rudolph’s waiting in the snow
On a field Canadian
For the cause of some deflated form of hit and run
One more sun comes sliding down the sky
One more shadow leans against the wall
The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And the reindeer reappear
For a reindeer, flyin’ off the wall
Will never be together again
Rudolph’s sailing off the roof
Cranked his nose wide open
The world begins to reappear
The best things come from inside here
And all the reindeer reappear
For a reindeer, flying, flying
The world begins to reappear
The best things come from inside here
Even the reindeers gotta cheer
For a reindeer, flyin’ for the Claus
Will never be embarrassed again
No never be embarrassed again
No no never never never again, uh huh
What you fear in the night in the day comes to call anyway
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One Response to “What was my go-to song last Christmas?”

  1. mrsjavadewd January 13, 2015 at 7:59 pm #

    No more wondering where my oldest child gets it! She’s a daddy girl!

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