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Twelve Days Of CHRISTmas: Day Eleven

This next light display is set to Carol of the Bells by Monique Danielle. It is a very pretty version of this song. The big tree in the middle looks like it is spinning and the nine smaller trees in the center really light up the yard. Our almost finished parody of the 12 Days of CHRISTmas is now;

On the eleventh day of CHRISTmas my true love said to me,”Pretty bells are ringing!”

Mad Russians Christmas! (<— click here)

Lights are a flashing!” (<— click here)

Santa Claus a rockin’!” (<— two links)


Bob and Doug McKenzie!”(<—click here)

Lights are a dancing!”(<— click here)

“Ding Fries are done,(<— click here)

Twis-ted Christ-mas, (<— click here)

“Elf Bowl-ing,” (<—click here)

“Go elf yourself,” (<— click here)

And,
“Complain about the holiday theme!”

Twelve Days Of CHRISTmas: Day Ten

Ok, one last Time. TSO doing Mad Russians CHRISTmas. Can you tell that I really like this band and the lights displays that go along with their music?

The song is now;

On the tenth day of CHRISTmas my true love said to me,
“Mad Russians Christmas!”

Lights are a flashing!” (<— click here)

Santa Claus a rockin’!” (<— two links)

Bob and Doug McKenzie!”(<—click here)

Lights are a dancing!”(<— click here)

“Ding Fries are done,(<— click here)

Twis-ted Christ-mas, (<— click here)

“Elf Bowl-ing,” (<—click here)

“Go elf yourself,” (<— click here)

And,
“Complain about the holiday theme!”

Twelve Days Of CHRISTmas: Day Nine

Day Nine and let’s just say that I am a really big Trans Siberian Orchestra fan. This next song is called Wish Liszt. It is one of TSO’s lesser known songs, but whoever designed the light display in this next video, really did a good job. In my opinion, the lights are timed to the music even better than the previous TSO video. Here is our updated song;

On the ninth day of CHRISTmas my true love said to me,
“Lights are a flashing!”

Santa Claus a rockin’!” (<— two links)

Bob and Doug McKenzie!”(<—click here)

Lights are a dancing!”(<— click here)

“Ding Fries are done,(<— click here)

Twis-ted Christ-mas, (<— click here)

“Elf Bowl-ing,” (<—click here)

“Go elf yourself,” (<— click here)

And,
“Complain about the holiday theme!”


Twelve Days Of CHRISTmas: Day Eight

This song is one of my all-time favorite CHRISTmas parodies. Bob Rivers and Twisted CHRISTmas did a song a number of years ago about Santa Claus to the tune of Black Sabbath’s Iron man. It is called, “I am Santa Claus.”

I found a very cool light display set to the song on Youtube, but I noticed that the song was cut short so I found another Youtube video that has the whole song. The first video below has the light display and the second one has the whole song with the lyrics. I like the song so much, I thought it appropriate to post two videos of it.

Here is our updated song;

On the eighth day of CHRISTmas my true love said to me,
“Santa Claus a rockin’!”


Bob and Doug McKenzie!”(<—click here)

Lights are a dancing!”(<— click here)

“Ding Fries are done,(<— click here)

Twis-ted Christ-mas, (<— click here)

“Elf Bowl-ing,” (<—click here)

“Go elf yourself,” (<— click here)

And,
“Complain about the holiday theme!”


Twelve Days Of CHRISTmas: Day Seven

One of the first CHRISTmas parodies I ever heard was Bob and Doug McKenzie’s, Twelve Days of CHRISTmas. Wikipedia states that, “Bob and Doug McKenzie were a pair of fictional Canadian brothers who hosted “The Great White North”, a sketch which was introduced on SCTV for the show’s third season when it moved to the CBC in 1980. Bob is played by Rick Moranis and Doug is played by Dave Thomas.”

I enjoyed Bob & Doug when I was a teenager and I still enjoy them today. It just wouldn’t be right to have my own parody of the Twelve Days of CHRISTmas and not include them. Our song is now;

On the seventh day of CHRISTmas my true love said to me,
“Bob and Doug McKenzie!”

Lights are a dancing!”(<— click here)

“Ding Fries are done,(<— click here)

Twis-ted Christ-mas, (<— click here)

“Elf Bowl-ing,” (<—click here)

“Go elf yourself,” (<— click here)

And,
“Complain about the holiday theme!”