As far as I'm concerned, Christmas songs are fair game for air waves starting the day after Thanksgiving. And so it has begun. Christmas songs are chock-full of personal associations and accompanying memories. They repetitively evoke feelings and mental images year after year. Deck the Halls
- I'm pretty much on board with any song that features the word, "troll."
- What the hell is a bobtail?
- I always imagined Parson Brown was a character out of a black and white movie, like Cary Grant of Gregory Peck. Turns out Parson isn't a first name.
Little Drummer Boy
- LEAST FAVORITE CHRISTMAS SONG EVER. Do we really have to interrupt every line with a pa-rum-pum-pum-pum? Maybe they should have just written more actual lyrics instead of having a filler inaccurate onomatopoeia.
Carol of the Bells
- This song will always evoke the strong desire to watch Home Alone. And for that, Macaulay Culkin, I thank you.
- What a holiday monstrosity. It's like the Lamb Chop theme of Christmas.
Mannheim Steamroller's entire collection
- Barf. That sums it up.