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How about a few fractured Christmas carols?

How about a few fractured Christmas carols?


Let’s have a little fun with Christmas carol traditions. Here are a few fractured Christmas carols, looking at the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.


Deck 'Em All - Rhyming Blahs from Mrs. Claus

(Sing to the tune of “Deck the Halls.”)

Based on a true story . . . here is what Mrs. Claus has to say about all those Santa impersonators, who are milling about malls everywhere in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
By Linda Ann Nickerson

Maybe It's Sold-Out Time - a Carol in Rhyme for the Holiday Time

(Sing to the tune of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”)

Another fractured Christmas carol for the 21st Century, to be sung to the tune of the popular Christmas song, "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
By Linda Ann Nickerson

Most Horrendous Crime of the Year - a Carol in Rhyme for the Holiday Time

(Sing to the tune of “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”)

Reflecting on the year 2007, what is the most horrendous crime of all? Perhaps the worst offense broke no legal boundaries, but it sure trespassed our personal ones. Here's a search, in rhyme, for the year's worst crime.
By Linda Ann Nickerson

Violent Night - a Carol in Rhyme for the Holiday Time

(Sing to the tune of “Silent Night.”)

Here's a Christmas carol for the 21st Century. The tune is familiar, but the lyrics have been changed to reflect our times and new traditions.
By Linda Ann Nickerson

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