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Song Parodies -> "All I Want For Christmas Is A Yasmine Bleeth"

Original Song Title:

"All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"All I Want For Christmas Is A Yasmine Bleeth"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

I've written my letter to Santa Claus
I just hope it's one he reads because,
I don't want no high tech game,
Or slick electric saws
Just want something soft and warm
I can hold in my two paws..


All I Want For Christmas
Is a Yasmine Bleeth
A Yasmine Bleeth,
Yes, a Yasmine Bleeth

Gee, If I could only
have sweet Yasmine Bleeth
It sure would be
A Merry Christmas..

I used to watch her on BayWatch
Guess for her, you'd say I'm really buggy
loved her there, and what do I care
If she's a Burned Out Druggie?

All I Want For Christmas
Is a Yasmine Bleeth
A Yasmine Bleeth,
Yeah, a Yasmine Bleeth

Gee, if I could only
Have sweet Yasmine Bleeth,
It sure would be
A Merry Christmas..

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Overall Rating: 4.9

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Michael Pacholek - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Isn't she still in rehab? How to tell if someone watches more "Baywatch" than baseball: They think "Yaz" doesn't mean Carl Yastrzemski. And "The Impossible Dream" refers to getting Yasmine, not the 1967 American League Pennant.
Paul Robinson - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
I think this is hysterical...of course, I think that anyone who can even remember Yasmine Bleeth is sort of hysterical, too. That's such a great name - really does belong in a parody. 5's ~ ~ ~
Yoidy - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
I'll take Yasmine Bleeth with or without her two front teeth. 555
alvin rhodes - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
great job...ain't too much that rhymes with 'teeth", is there ?
malcolm higgins - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
I tried this song, but nothing rhymes with pamela anderson... great lines here I was singing the whole thing with a smile
PMS - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Way funny
Matthias - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Fives For Your, Baywatching in a Winter Wonderland
John Barry - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Toothsome.
AFW - December 12, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks to Michael, Paul, Yoidy, alvin, Malcolm, PMS, Matthias, and John
TJC - December 13, 2006 - Report this comment
Exthelent... really, beyond beleeth!
AFW - December 13, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, TJC
Andria - September 25, 2007 - Report this comment
AFW, this song was recorded during or shortly after World War II by Spike Jones and his orchestra, of whom I am a great fan. It is not traditional in title, but it is in all other ways. As I write this, I am listening to an 8-track tape of Burl Ives Christmas carols.
AFW - September 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Thank you, and you're right of course, Andria...I just use traditional a lot on older songs

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