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View Poll Results: How much do you like Christmas music?
I love it so much, I listen to it year round! 1 4.55%
I like to wait for a full year to listen to it! 6 27.27%
Its ok to me. 4 18.18%
Enh.. 11 50.00%
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Old 11-23-2002, 01:08 PM   #1   Add To Ignore List  
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Talking Today im listening to X-Mas Music!

Hehe, one of the radio station are playing Christmas Music all day! Ah, I love the Christmas music, but its wierd, about 85% of it were Instrumental music. How many people like the Christmas music?

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I like it, but I enjoy listening to a lot of the instrumental stuff all year, like Trans-Siberian Orchestra, or a jazz CD I have of traditional Christmas remakes.
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Jingel bells,jingel bells...hmhmhmhmhm...Ah X-mas...Its that time of year again.
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I hate X-Mas music, except for my Charlie Brown X-Mas cd, and my really old Alvin & The Chipmunks X-mas cassette. Everything else sucks. They were playing some all day on an oldies station here yesterday, and I was about ready to drive over to the station and give them a beating. You shouldn't be playing X-mas music until after Thanksgiving! There's even mall santas out now, and people are putting up their outdoor decorations! It's like putting up your Halloween decorations before labor day! GAH!
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Now, as far as the sales of outdoor decorations and santas and what not, I agree, that should wait until after Thanksgiving. But some of the instrumental Christmas music is good stuff. I love jazz anyway, so it's a good excuse to listen to it.
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I hate X-Mas music, except for my Charlie Brown X-Mas cd, and my really old Alvin & The Chipmunks X-mas cassette. Everything else sucks. They were playing some all day on an oldies station here yesterday, and I was about ready to drive over to the station and give them a beating. You shouldn't be playing X-mas music until after Thanksgiving! There's even mall santas out now, and people are putting up their outdoor decorations! It's like putting up your Halloween decorations before labor day! GAH!
What are us Canadians supposed to do? We have an early Thanksgiving. There has been christmas stuff around for a while now.

I downloaded some christmas songs in August
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Teh hannukah song pwns you
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Errr...umm....Ok, I sorta agree..erm..
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My wife and I have already put up 80% of our Xmas lights up around the complex. We do it every year for our tennants. We won't do the lighting though until the day after Thanksgiving.

I love Christmas and Christmas music. It puts me in a really good mood/spirit.
On that note, I vow to be a better person on here than I was last year during the holidays. Some of the older members will know what I mean.

I like the traditional music, Jim Reeves, Nat King Cole, Bing Cosby, Jerry Mathis, Perry Como, Frank Sinatra, those were some of the greats and my favorites.

Hey Murtle, I concur. I also love instrumental music. The Germans make beautiful Christmas instrumental music and I like the flute music with the kids singing.
However, I like instrumental music of all kinds.
Ever notice how some movies are just driven by the music when it has great background instrumental?

Take the Omega Man for example. I had to have the soundtrack. That has to be the best sound track I have ever heard. My wife payed bookhoo money for it too at a scifi convention as there were limited copies of the original. I almost killed her when I found out she paid $70 for it, but she did it for me so I let her live, heh heh.

Anyhoo, my wife and I are getting in the spirit of the holidays, decorating the complex and our place, trying to get our shopping done before the last minute, (but that never seems to happen), and just enjoy ourselves together and trying to kick back a little this season. Bring on the holidays! I am ready!
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Hey Murtle, I concur. I also love instrumental music. The Germans make beautiful Christmas instrumental music and I like the flute music with the kids singing.
However, I like instrumental music of all kinds.
Ever notice how some movies are just driven by the music when it has great background instrumental?
I hear ya. I love excellent movie scores: Jurassic Park, Close Encounters, Star Wars, Last of the Mohicans, Glory, Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, the Rock, etc. (Notice that most are John Williams...) There are others out there that I still want to get, but I love instrumental music, classical music, and good choral scores as well. German Christmas music is indeed very good; so is Russian Choral music, and I want to get some cds with that on it. Good bagpipes are excellent. And a current group that I've really taken to is called Barrage. If you ever get the chance to hear what they do, or see them, you should. I could go on and on....
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Cool Murtle. Yeah, I was about to add to the Russian Orchestras are very good. I like both German and Russian Orchestra music.
The classics I love.
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O Holy Night is my all time favorite I have probably 50 different versions of it. Its hard to explain but something about that song makes me look deep inside myself and makes me want to be a better person.

That makes absolutely no sense except to me.

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No, I understand what you're saying... most Christmas music does that for me, but O Holy Night, especially very good, 4 part choral versions, are very spiritual...
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I can't stand Christmas music myself, it's far to happy, joyful & upbeat for my liking... that kind of music just agitates me.
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I enjoy x-mas music, but try to avoid it this early in the season so I don't grow tired
of it. When I do start listening I listen to it all, traditional, contemporary, rock redo's,
parodies. A family favorite is Gramma got ran over by a reindeer.
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I love christmas music. i'm just now starting to get in that holiday mood. the music makes me happy. it's good for the soul.
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too early for christmas. i despise this sort of thing, wait until its 2 weeks or so before christmas before you put up the goddamn 40 foot talking tree!
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At least you can listen to the Serious Sam christmas music if you don't like the other christmas music.
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Bob and Doug McKenzie
(Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas)
"The Twelve Days of Christmas"



(B: Bob D: Doug C: Chorus)

B: OK, good day. This is our Christmas part of the album. You can play this
at your Christmas parties, or to yourself on Christmas Eve, if there's
nothin' else to do.
D: Good day, eh? In case you thought, like, I wasn't on this part.
B: Oh, I guarantee ya you'd be on. OK, so good day. This is the Christmas
part, and we're gonna tell ya what to get..um...your true love for
Christmas.
D: Look out the window!
B: Where? (chuckle) What are ya doin'?!?
D: Snow, hosehead!
B: Well, oh, it's the Great White North, and it's snowing 'cause it's
Christmastime. Hey, hoser!
D: What?
B: Here's a quiz. (chuckle) Quiz for Doug...
D: OK, I have my "thinking took" on.
B: Yeah, right. What are the "Twelve Days of Christmas"? 'Cause, figure it
out, right? Christmas is when?
D: Um, the twenty-fifth...
B: Right. And, what's the twenty-fourth...Christmas Eve, right? So..
D: That's two
B: That's two. And, then what's after that? (pause) Boxing Day
D: Wrestling Day
B: Wrestl..get out!
D: Boxing Day, yeah, yeah.
B: That's three. Then, what's after that? Nothin'!
D: New Year's!
B: Four and what's...
D: New Year's Eve?
B: That's five. Where do ya get twelve?
D: Uh, there's two Saturdays and Sundays in there; that's four. So, that's
nine. And three other days which, I believe, are the "mystery" days.
(Music starts)
B: OK, this our Christmas song, just in case you don't know what to get
someone for Christmas.
D: There's lots of ideas in here, so listen and don't get stuck! (organ
starts) By the way, that's ME on the organ.
B: Oh, geez.
D: You start...
B: OK...

On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
A beer.

D: On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Two turtle-necks
B: And a beer.

On the third day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Three French toast
D: Two turtle-necks
B: And a beer.
D: There should be more there, eh?
B: Where? Oh, go!

D: Fourth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Four pounds of back-bacon
B: Three French toast
D: Two turtle-necks
B: And a beer.
D: ...in a tree. See, you need more.

B: Oh..fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Five golden tooks,
D: Four pound of back-bacon
B: Three French toast
D: Two turtle necks
B: And a beer...where?
D: (with Bob) In a tree.

B: OK, on the sixth...oo, go!
D: ..Christmas, my true love gave to me,
C: Six...
D: Six packs of two-four
B & C: Five golden tooks
C: Four...
D: Four pounds of back-bacon
C: Three...
B: Three French toast
C: Two...
D: Two turtle-necks
C: And a beeeeeeeeer...
B: And a beer (with Doug) in a tree. OK.

On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me,
Seven pack of smokes,
C: Nice gift!
D: Nice gift. Oh...six packs of two-four
B & C: Five golden tooks.
C: Four...
D: Four pounds of back-bacon
C: Three...
B: Three French toast
C: Two...
D: Two turtle-necks
C: And a beeeeeeeeer...
B: And a beer (with Doug) in a tree. Keep forgetting.
D: Whew! This should just be the "Two Days of Christmas"; it's too hard for
us! Go, hoser.

B & D: On the eighth day of Christmas, may true love gave to me,
D: Eight comic books
(Chorus repeats right behind them, though one behind)
B & D: Seven packs of smokes
Six pack of two-four
B: Five...
C: (catches up) Five golden tooks
Four pounds of back-bacon
Three French toast
Two turtle-necks
ALL: And a beer...
B & D: On my tree.
B: Yeah, that beer is empty. OK, day, um...
C: TWELVE!
B: Twelve!
D: Good day, and welcome to day twelve..
(Chorus starts up and Bob and Doug join in)
ALL: Five golden tooks
Four pounds of back-bacon,
Three French toast
Two turtle-necks
And a beer in a treeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
D: Where'd you learn to do that?
B: Um, albums.
D: So, like, that's our song. Merry Christmas...
B: Merry Christmas!
D: And good day!
B: Good day! Ha-happy New Year, too.
D: Shhh!
B: OK, you know what you left out?
D: What?
B: Donuts!
D: Oh, no!
B: I told you to get donuts. Either on the ninth day, or the tenth day or
the eleventh day, but I want donuts!
D: OK, the song's over! Merry Christmas, everybody!
B: ...or, on the twelfth day, you could've got me a DOZEN donuts...
D: So,..go out to the stores and get some presents!
B: You could've gone down, to, like, the good donut shops where you buy a
dozen, you get another one free, and then it'd be thirteen for the
"Thirteen Days of Christmas"!
D: Next Christmas, you can get me a chain-saw!
B: Take off!
(As music fades
D: Boy, that song was a beauty. It...it moved me.
B: Yeah, I think it ranks up there with "Stairway to Heaven".
D: What?
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one more great christmas song.........

Santa Claus and His Old Lady
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(CM: Cheech Marin TC: Tommy Chong)

CM: (Playing piano) "Mamamasita, donde esta Santa Cleese...the vecto wit da
bony knees...he comin' down da street wit no choos on his feet...and he's
going to..." No, no, that's ain't it... "Mamamasita, donde esta Santa
Claus...da guy wit da hair on his jaws...he's..." Nah. Hey, man, come
over here, man. I need some help, man.
TC: Yeah, man, I can dig that. Like, what are ya doin', man?
CM: Aw, I'm trying to write a song about Santa Claus, man, but it's not
comin' out...
TC: About WHO, man?
CM: About Santa Claus, man. You know, Santa Claus, man?
TC: Oh, yeah, man. I played with those dudes, man.
CM: WHAT?
TC: Yeah, last year at the Philmore, man. Me and the base player sat in, man.
CM: Oh, hey, man, you think Santa Claus is a group, huh? No, it's not a
group, man.
TC: Wha? They break up, man?
CM: No, man. It's one guy, man. Y'know, he had a..a red suit, man, on with
black padded leather choos...you know the guy, man.
TC: Oh, yeah...he's with Motown, ain't he? Yeah, I played with that dude,
too, man. He's a good singer, man.
CM: No, no, hold on, man. He's not with Motown, man.
TC: Well, then he's with Buddha, man.
CM: Aw, man, you don't know who Santa Claus is, man!
TM: Yeah, well, I'm not from here, man. Like, I'm from Pittsburgh, man. I
don't know to many local dudes.
CM: Ohhh, I see. Well, hey, man, sit back and relax and I'll tell you da
story about Santa Claus, man. Listen:

Once upon a time, about, hmmm, five years ago, there was this groovy dude
and has name was Santa Claus, y'know? And he used to live over in the
projects with his old lady, and they had a pretty good thing together
because his old lady was really fine, and she could cook and all that
stuff like that, y'know. Like, she made da best brownies in town, man!
Oh, I could remember 'em now, man. I could eat ONE of 'em, man...
TC: Wow, did you know these people, man?
CM: Oh, yeah, man. They used to live next door to me, y'know...until they
got kicked out, man.
TC: Wha? They got kicked out of the projects, man?
CM: Yeah, you what happened, man? They used ta live with all these midgets,
y'know, and da midgets used ta make a lot noise, y'know, like pounding and

hammering and pounding all night, man...
TC: Typical freaks, huh?
CM: Oh, yeah, man, they were REALLY freaks, man. As a matter of fact, they
all moved up north together, y'know.
TC: Oh, they had to go get their head together, man?
CM: Yeah, get their head together. And they started a commune, y'know. It
was called the...uh..."Santa Claus and his Old Lady Commune"; it was a
real famous one up there, man. And they used to sit around and groove
all the time, y'know.
TC: Oh, yeah?
CM: Yeah, a really good time there, man.
TC: That sounds heavy, man.
CM: Yeah, they eat da brownies, man, and they drink da tea, man...and what
they did most of da time, though, was make a lotta goodies, y'know? And
they had everything they needed; they only needed to come into town
maybe once year or something like that...
TC: To pick up the welfare check and the food stamps, right.
CM: Yeah, man. No, no, what they did, man, is that, once a year, when they
made all the goodies, y'know, they used ta put 'em in a big chopping bag
and, then, they used ta take da chopping bag and give 'em to all the
boys and girls all da way around da world, man!
TC: Hey, well, that's hip, man! That sounds real nice, man.
CM: Oh, yeah, they were really nice people man. And so much class, man...
they had so much class, y'know. Like, give or take da way they used ta
deliver da toys, y'know. It's, like, Santa Claus used ta have this
really charp chort, man, y'know? It was lower to da ground, had twice-
pipes, candy-apple red and button top. Oooo, clean!
TC: Hey, that sounds like a hip snowmobile, man.
CM: No, no, it wasn't a snowmobile; it was a sled, y'know. One of those big
sleds, y'know? And he used ta have it pulled by some reindeers, y'know,
like, reindeers?
TC: Some WHAT, man?
CM: Some reindeers, y'know. He used ta hook them onto da sled, and then he
used ta stand up inside da sled and hold on to da reins, and then call
out their names, like, "On, Donner! On, Blitzen! On, Chewy! On, Tavo!
C'mon, Becto!" And then, the reindeers used ta take off into da sky and
fly across da sky, man!
TC: Wow, man! That's far out, man!
CM: Yeah! And then, when they flied across da sky, they used ta come down to
place like, oh, Chicago, L.A., Nueva York and Pacoima and all those
places, y'know, and then land on top of people's roofs, and then 'ol Santa
Claus would make himself real small, y'know, like, a real small guy, and
he'd come down da chimney and then he would give you all da stuff that he
made, man. And...dig this, man...he did it all in one night, man!
TC: Hey, just a minute, man. Now, how'd he do that, man?
CM: Oh, well, man, he took da freeway. How else, man?
TC: No, man. No, man, how'd he do all that other stuff, man? Like, how'd he
make himself small, man. And, how'd he, like, how'd he get the reindeer
off the ground, man?
CM: Oh, well, man, he had some magic dust, man.
TC: Some magic dust?
CM: Yeah, magic dust, y'know? He used ta give a little bit to da reindeer, a
little bit to Santa Claus, a little bit more for Santa Claus, a little
bit more...
TC: And this would get the reindeer off, man?
CM: Aw, got 'em off, man?!? Are you kidding, man? They flew all da way
around da world, man!
TC: Hey, that's far out, man! Hey, I come I never met this dude, man?
CM: Oh, man, he doesn't do that bit anymore, man. It got too dangerous, man.
TC: Yeah, I can dig that, man, 'cause that's a dangerous bit, man!
CM: Yeah, lemme tell ya, it sure was, man. Like just two years ago, man, he
got stopped at the border, y'know, and they took him into another room
and took off his clothes, man, and searched him and searched his bag of
goodies, man...and then, when he was leaving, man, he was flying through
the air and somebody took a chot and his reindeer, y'know.
TC: Aw, that's a drag, man.
CM: Yeah, it really was, man. And then, man, he went down south, man, and
they tried to cut of his hair and his beard, man. And all the time, he
was getting stopped and pulled over and asked for his ID, man....just
everywhere he went, he ran into too much recession, man.
TC: No, man, you mean he ran into too much REPRESSION, man.
CM: Aw, "repression"..."recession"...it's all da same thing, man.
TC: Yeah, man. But, it's a drag, man, 'cause we could sure use a dude like
that right now.
CM: Oh, he still comes around, man.
TC: Oh, yeah?
CM: Yeah, but he comes in disguises now...
TC: Aw, he went "underground", man.
CM: Yeah, "underground", man.
TC: I can dig it.
CM: Yeah. But you ought to see his disguise; nobody would ever know it was
him, man.
TC: Oh, yeah?
CM: Yeah. He's gotta job in front of da department store, ringing this bell
and playing this tambourine next to this black pot, y'know?
TC: AW, I'VE SEEN THE DUDE, MAN!
CM: YEAH! You know who I'm talking about, man!
TC: Yeah, man! I played with that cat last year, man!
CM: WHA?!?!?
TC: Yeah, we played in front of a store, man! We made a lot of bread, man!
CM: Aw, hey, wait a minute, man! Santa Claus is not a musician, man!
TC: I'm hip, man! That cat didn't know ANY tunes, man!
CM: Oh, hey, wait a minute, man...no, he's not hip to that at all, man.
TC: No, but I played with THIS dude, man.
CM: Are you sure, man?
TC: Positive!

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oh almost forgot.........

Grandma got run over by a reindeer
Walking home from our house Christmas Eve.
You can say there's no such thing as Santa,
But as for me an' Grandpa, we believe.
She'd been drinking too much eggnog,
And we begged her not to go.
But she forgot her medication,
And she staggered out the door into the snow.

When we found her Christmas morning,
At the scene of the attack
She had hoof prints on her forehead,
And incriminating Claus marks on her back.

Grandma got run over by a reindeer
Walking home from our house Christmas Eve.
You can say there's no such thing as Santa,
But as for me an' Grandpa, we believe.

Now we're all so proud of Grandpa,
He's been taking this so well.
See him in there watching football,
Drinking beer and playing cards with cousin Mel.

It's not Christmas without Grandma,
All the family's dressed in black.
And we just can't help but wonder
Should we open up her gifts or send them back?

Grandma got run over by a reindeer
Walking home from our house Christmas Eve.
You can say there's no such thing as Santa,
But as for me an' Grandpa, we believe.

Now the goose is on the table
And the pudding made of fig
(ahhhhh!)
And the blue and silver candles,
That would just have matched the hair in Grandma's wig.

I've warned all my friends and neighbours,
Better watch out for yourselves.
They should never give a license,
To a man who drives a sleigh and plays with elves.

Sing it, Grandpa!

Grandma got run over by a reindeer
Walking home from our house Christmas Eve.
You can say there's no such thing as Santa,
But as for me an' Grandpa, we believe.
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[edit] no it isnt, nevermind [/edit]
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hmm, only xmas songs i would listen to are the ones that whoes line cast come up in an irish drinkin song.
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For some reason I thought David Bowie sang a Christmas song with someone else before.

Anyone know who and what song or am I just retarded?
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For some reason I thought David Bowie sang a Christmas song with someone else before.

Anyone know who and what song or am I just retarded?
or you thinking of Band Aid........Do They Know It's Christmas?
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I have no idea. I just remember (or its just me in my half asleep state seeing the commercials) a commercial and when they were showing the listings of different songs, it said David Bowie.
I'm probably just retarded.
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I guess I'm not so retarded...

Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy......David Bowie / Bing Crosby


I like the Weird Al Christmas songs
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