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Song Parodies -> "25 Parodies Of Christmas: 13. Sick Of "Wonderful Christmas Time""

Original Song Title:

"Wonderful Christmas Time"

Original Performer:

Paul McCartney

Parody Song Title:

"25 Parodies Of Christmas: 13. Sick Of "Wonderful Christmas Time""

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I love Christmas Time! but one thing I don't love, is a certain song, by a certain former Beatle. of all the Christmas Songs, this is probably one of my least favorites. (another one being that "War Is Over" one, by another former Beatle.) anyway, thought I'd give it the "Achy Breaky Song" treatment. please enjoy!
my mood was light, but that time's up
you hear it, right? well, that's enough!
I'm So Sick Of That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
Sick Of Hearing That "Wonderful Christmas Time"

well, now it's on! I'll kick your rear!
who played that song? get over here!
I'm So Sick Of That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
Can't Stand Hearing That "Wonderful Christmas Time"

set fire to dude who put that on

bad song, too long, bad song, dang!
I know I sound crude
but, I hate that tune, dude!
sounds like doo-doo!

I'm Simply Sick Of That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
Get No Kicks From That "Wonderful Christmas Time"

please knock me out, or turn it down!
my Christmas cheer becomes a frown

I'm So Sick Of That "Wonderful Christmas Time"

the millionth time I've heard this song
was safe from all year long

dang song, bad song
like dung, tight thong
kicked dong, that song!
dang song, bad song!

what's going on? it starts back up
just once for life, would be enough!

They Keep Playing That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
And So, I'm Praying, Stop "Wonderful Christmas Time"

the Christmas lights, they cheer me up
but I will fight, shut that song up!

Because I'm Sick Of That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
Get No Kicks From That "Wonderful Christmas Time"
Who's The C;)!(K Who Wrote "Wonderful Christmas Time?"

(groaning in annoyance)

Pitiful Christmas Song...
thanks for reading and Merry Christmas!

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CML - December 14, 2017 - Report this comment
This was one more example of what John Lennon called Paul's "granny songs" tendency. I think the reason the Beatles broke up was due to the tension caused by Lennon constantly trying to restrain McCartney's worst tendencies; and vice versa (see "So This Is Christmas") .......... Whenever I hear McCartney singing "Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs. What's wrong with that", I'm like "Well Paul, if you would have just listened to John, he would have told you in no uncertain terms what was .. 'wrong with that'. And then this piece of musical and lyrical tripe would have never escaped from a recording studio."
Rob Arndt - December 14, 2017 - Report this comment
Sounds like you've got an earworm! 555!
Jonathan - December 14, 2017 - Report this comment
thanks guys! and yeah Lennie, "So This Is Christmas" is another one of my least favorite Christmas songs. usually, I'm a sucker for Christmas music, but not those two songs!
Patrick - December 15, 2017 - Report this comment
I feel the same way about "Jingle Bell Rock". Last year, one of my local TV channels ran a solid month of Christmas music. "Last Christmas", by several different artists started to get rather tedious. However, "The Season's Upon Us" by Dropkick Murphys is outstanding. "I Believe in Father Christmas" by Greg Lake and the first version of "Do They Know It's Christmas?" by Band Aid are perennial favorites of mine. It was also the first time I ever heard "In Dulci Jubilo" by Mike Oldfield. Happiest tune ever performed. CML, thanks for the insight into the Beatles break-up.

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