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Song Parodies -> "Faux Christmas Tree! Faux Christmas Tree!"

Original Song Title:

"Oh, Christmas Tree!"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Faux Christmas Tree! Faux Christmas Tree!"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Have a flockin' great holiday season!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
How tinselly and sparkling!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
You've helped to keep my car clean!

You dazzle me in summertime,
In corner of garage, sublime!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
How tinselly and sparkling!

Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
You're made for easy cleanup!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
I feel so Eco-green, yup!

I hose you down with powerwash!
Or join me in the shower's slosh!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
You're made for easy cleanup!

Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
My artificial best friend!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
The 1960's best trend!

No haggling at parking lots!
Or treating kids to Tater Tots!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
My artificial best friend!

Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
I hear my neighbors bitchin'!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
A family tradition!

Real sap and needles make a mess,
Increasing parents' Christmas stress!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
I hear my neighbors bitchin'!

Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
My ersatz Yule shines crassly!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
Forever you'll outlast me!

I plant you on revolving tray!
You rotate red and green all day!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
My ersatz Yule shines crassly!

Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
Brighter than any urinal!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
Thy flocking's sempiternal!

You radiate such Christmas cheer!
I'll write a verse, then drink a beer!
Faux Christmas tree!
Faux Christmas tree!
Brighter than any urinal!


┬ęBob "We're Going Platinum" Gomez 2015

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Overall Rating: 4.7

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Rob Arndt - December 02, 2015 - Report this comment
Nice use of the word ersatz in a parody- 555 for that alone!!!
Rob Arndt - December 02, 2015 - Report this comment
Ersatz StuG trying to look like a M7 Priest: http://i62.tinypic.com/1sds8y.jpg
Patrick - December 02, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember my grandmother's tree, white with a rotating color disk behind it. As you said, when you see it in the garage in July, it can remind you of the holiday season. Nice title substitution.
Bob Gomez - December 02, 2015 - Report this comment
Thanks, Rob and Patrick: May your jokes be all apropos/And may all your Christmas trees...be...faux...Merry Christmas, everybody!!!
Jonathan - December 02, 2015 - Report this comment
for lack of better words... Flockin' Great! 5's
Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec - December 03, 2015 - Report this comment
Old-timey joie de Noel? This tree looks faux, Pa. 5s.

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