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Song Parodies -> "Christmas"

Original Song Title:

"Homegrown"

Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"Christmas"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's a retelling of Christmas in the style of the song.
Christmas'
All right with me
Christmas'
Is the way it should be
Christmas'
Is a good day
Plant that snow
And let it shine

Santa comes up
In the morning
And it wears their costumes
One day, without no warning
Things start jumping up
From the town

Christmas'
All right with me
Christmas'
Is the way it should be
Christmas'
Is a good day
Plant that snow
And let it shine

Christmas'
All right with me
Christmas'
Is the way it should be
Christmas'
Is a good day
Plant that snow
And let it shine
Plant that glow
And let it light
Well you have to wait for December 25th.

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