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Song Parodies -> "Let's Have Reindeer Meat for Chirstmas"

Original Song Title:

"We Wish You a Merry Christmas"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Let's Have Reindeer Meat for Chirstmas"

Parody Written by:

Below Average Dave

The Lyrics



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Let's Have Reindeer Meat for Christmas
Let's Have Reindeer Meat for Christmas
Let's Have Reindeer Meat for Christmas
Yes we'll dip it in beer

No egg nog for me
and no cranberries
Just Rudolph on Christmas
So my pooh will glow red

Oh I want some green elf corn chips
Oh I want some green elf corn chips
Hey Kebler I want some corn chips
and some well cooked Reindeer

I've overcooked all my turkey
My ham's smelling kind of murky
My tummy is getting jerky
So give me some deer

Let's Have Reindeer meat for Christmas
Let's Have Reindeer meat for Christmas
Let's Have Reindeer meat for Christmas
and left-overs New Years
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Peter Andersson - November 26, 2010 - Report this comment
I don't know what "green elf corn chips" are, but I do hope that it's not what you resort to when you're out of reindeer dingleberries...
Matthias - November 26, 2010 - Report this comment
I too have no idea what "green elf corn chips" are... Nor do I really understand how it's possible to make corn chips out of elves if that's what you're trying to convey. But there's nothing wrong with dipping Reindeer in beer they do it in Canada all the time.
Below Average Dave - November 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Thank you Peter and Matthias. . .Green Elf Corn Chips is actually a spin off of the Kebler brands Corn Chips. Keebler's mascot is, in fact, an Elf and their commercials are usually frequented by Elves. For more info on their corn chips go fatsecret.com/calories-nutrition/usda/plain-corn-chips. While I think that your suggestion that I am hinting at making corn chips out of Elves, I'm actually referring to making corn chips that really are made by Green Elves . . . a satirical poke within the story. . .but I think for the future I'm using your explanation Matt--I think that's really funny. In fact I think I'll somehow make a picture of a "Green Elf Corn Chip" and use it when I make a video to this one (Don't look for it anytime soon, but I'm sure I'll tell you anyway)

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