The Yuletide season is one if not the most favorite holidays of all. It is a season filled with sharing, laughter and love. This is when the children get excited for their Christmas gifts from Santa and when parties come alive with eggnog, stuffed turkeys and of course, the Christmas carols.
While constant favorites like White Christmas, Little Drummer Boy, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer etc. remain at the top of buyer's lists, an emergence of modified and uniquely funny Christmas carols is gaining grounds today. Just imagine how much laughter you can get when such happy tunes become extremely funny!
- One very interesting Web site where you can get the altered lyrics of yuletide favorites is guy-sports.com. With songs like Noel, Noel, Barney's the King of Israel, Come, Froggy Faithful, Deck the Halls with Buddy Holly, Sleep in Heavenly Peas, and classic songs like Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer and I Saw Elvis Dressed as Santa Claus, this site will provide you with a great big laugh this yuletide season.
- There are also rewritten Christmas songs like the kids' favorite Jingle Bells. The altered version goes: "Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg. Batmobile lost a wheel and Joker got away!" In fact, it is very easy to come up with your own version. The song The 12 Days of Christmas is a perfect example of a song you can rewrite by using your own list of gifts in the lyrics.
- If you're into collecting funny Christmas albums that are sure to make your Christmas a delight, you may want to try looking for songs made by comedians like Adam Sandler's Hanukkah Song and A Christmas Song. Other favorites include Larry the Cable Guy's Very Larry Christmas, Bob Rivers' Twisted Christmas, RuPauls' Ho Ho Ho and many more.
- If what you are looking for are clean Christmas carols, you can visit homewithgod.com and check out their arsenal of carols of the clean, fun type. Among their favorites are All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth, Have a Holly, Jolly Christmas, It's a Marshmallow World, Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree and the Grinch Song. If you are planning to play downloaded MP3s of these Christmas songs at a kid's party, you'd better screen them first beforehand to avoid censorship issues later. There are available free downloads on the Internet so you don't have to worry about that anymore. Just be careful when downloading stuff online as the season makes no exemption to virus threats. Better to get your antivirus software updated and running.
Not all people may appreciate the pun or humor in these funny Christmas carols so knowing the fan base attending the occasion is a must to ensure everything is okay this Yuletide.