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Worst Christmas Song Remakes From The 50's
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," Bruce Springsteen 7. While the words are cheerful, Garland's performance is breathtaking and heartbreaking. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the bottom of my heart.Richard Cromwell is a senior contributor to The Federalist. Personally, I like the high-pitched harmonies, and I appreciate that the writers and singers spent a lot of time figuring out exactly how chipmunks sound when they sing, and duplicating it exactly. The Killers - "Don't Shoot Me Santa"Never mind the subject matter—a murderous boy pleading with Santa to not shoot him—this 2007 song would be harrowing enough for the jerky time changes and psychopath-level spoken word sections.6. Most Popular7. "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Band Aid Spinner's 12 Best Christmas Songs: 12. Email Alerts . Feliz NavidadIf this song had existed in Dantes time, he would have devoted a circle of hell to it. "Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto," James Brown 4. Lets do it! Counting down from no.
From Our Partners Latest Entertainment Get Your Daily Inside Scoop A-Listers Young Hollywood Movies TV Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Bowie loved his mom but drew the line at singing the dreaded "Little Drummer Boy," so some quick-thinking writers whipped together an entirely new song. The 19 Best Love Songs to Win Her Over GIF 25 Songs Guaranteed to Not Ruin Your New Year's. The legendary blues singer gave a Christmas gift to the world with her song, "At the Christmas Ball." She recorded the song two years after she became a superstar thanks to her hit album Down-Hearted Blues. Get POPSUGAR On The Go: Visit the App Store to see all our apps: Follow Us 2016 POPSUGAR Inc. 11. John Denver - "Please, Daddy (Don't Get Drunk on Christmas)"Nothing says holiday cheer like a child pleading with his emotionally abusive alcoholic father not to get shit-faced and pass out under the tree again.