The Christmas Song Generator


Are you tired of hearing the same old Christmas music over and over?  The solution is obvious:  create your own song!

The easiest way to do this is to take a pre-existing song and change some of the words, to put your personal stamp on it.

To get everyone started, here is Christmas Song Generator No. 1:

To the tune of A Holly Jolly Christmas:[1]

Have a (insert two adjectives) Christmas
It’s the (insert adjective) time of the year.
I don't know if there'll be (insert noun)
but have a (insert name of food or beverage)
Have a
(insert two adjectives) Christmas;
And when you (insert verb) down the (insert noun)
Say (insert greeting) to (insert plural noun) you know
and everyone you meet

Oh ho
the (insert noun)
hung where you can see;
(insert name of person or a pronoun) waits for you;
(insert verb) once for me
Have a (insert two adjectives) Christmas
and in case you didn't hear
Oh by golly
Have a (insert two adjectives) Christmas
This year

At the next Christmas party, you will dazzle your friends with your lyric-writing ability, especially if they have been drinking too much egg nog.




[1] “A Holly, Jolly Christmas,” composed by Johnny Marks in 1962.  Sung by Burl Ives in the 1964 Christmas special, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”

Comments

agirlcandream said…

Have a twisty, whisty Christmas
It’s the half price time of year.
I don't know if there'll be blood
but have a busted ear
Have a slappy, flappy Christmas;
And when you swipe down the card
Say, too slow, to bums you know
and everyone you meet

Oh ho
the TV shows
shine where you can see;
Salesperson waits for you;
Kick him once for me
Have a dislocated Christmas
and in case you didn't hear
Oh by golly
Have a mind corrupting Christmas
This year! :)
Kathy Minicozzi said…
agirlcandream --

Brilliant! ROFL!

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