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Logoboros
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Calling all Scrooges:

As a counterpart to the "Favorite Christmas Carol" thread, let's hear about those holiday songs that just make you cringe everytime they come on.

For myself, among the classics, I find "O Little Town of Bethelehem" mind-numbingly dull, both lyrically and musically. And, in true Scrooge fashion, I can't think of a "rock" carol that doesn't make me gag. Though, admittedly, "Grandma Got Runover By A Reindeer" was funny the first time. But just the first time...

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'Christmas Shoes'. It's glurge in song form. I loathe it with the passion of a thousand suns!!

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Christmas Shoes is one of the most odious pieces of crap to ever hit the airwaves. Of course, it's by the same guy who gave us Butterfly Kisses. I'm sure that there is something just as vile waiting for us this holiday season as well.

Dang, that reminds me. I meant to turn that ugly glurge I wrote for my initiation into a song.

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Lizbeth
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I HATE the Christmas Shoes. The glurginess and just sheer level of badness is awful.

And, for some reason, I hate Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer. I just think it's mean and not at all funny. Who wants to see their grandma get killed in a hit and run? And then write a song about it?

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Add me too the "Grandma Got Run Over" crowd. Never liked that song, never thought it was funny.

I don't really like Jingle Bells, either. It's not that there's anything wrong with the song, really, it's just that it's overrated. I'm a little sick of hearing by the time Chrismas rolls around.

I despise "I'm Gettin' Nothin' For Christmas." It seemed so mean when I was a child, and always made me sad. That's carried over to my adulthood.

"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus."

"Santa Baby"

I'm also with Logoboros with regard to the "rock-n-roll" songs, especially "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree."

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Amigone201
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quote:
Originally posted by Logoboros:
I can't think of a "rock" carol that doesn't make me gag.

Any reason why, exactly?

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Logoboros
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I don't know. Maybe because a lot of them feel too gimmicky? That their reason for existence is to capitalize on a marketing possibility, not because of any actual artistic merit?

Also, they feel particularly dated. I don't mind if my carols are dated Victoriana, but when they're 60s kitsch, it's more irritating.

So, in the end, I suppose it's a matter of personal taste.

--Logoboros

ETA: One big exception to my whole 60s kitsch claim: I actually do really like Vince Guaraldi's Charlie Brown Christmas -- my family's been listening to it since the 80s, before the over-exposure it's had in the past few years that I daresay is almost ruining it for me.

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Feliz Navidad.

It's okay for a minute, but it just repeats, over and over and over, and radio stations play it all the time. x_x

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... and it spawns earworms that do not die just from reading the name of the song!

Argh! Thanks a lot! [Razz]

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I have an aversion to The Little Drummer Boy pa-rum-pum-pum pum.
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The various 50's rock-and-roll Christmas songs are generally anathema to me, but I particularly hate "Jingle Bell Rock." I'm not entirely sure why, though being overexposed to the Wayne Newton version as a kid certainly did not help.

As for "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" -- the interesting thing there is that when that song first came out (and I think was primarily heard on Dr. Demento), it was a slightly different recording which I vastly preferred. It was a little dryer in tone, less smugly funny. I did find the song mildly amusing at first, but yeah, it's been so massively over-played...

(On the other hand, I have a great tolerance for the Singing Dogs version of "Jingle Bells.")

I'll probably think of more as I hear them. [Smile]

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I like or dislike "Grandma Got Run Over" as much as the next person, but among traditional carols, I have to vote for "Silent Night" as my least favorite.

Hard to believe, no? I know it may well be the most popular carol of all, but I've never liked it. It's overplayed, and it tends to be sung too slowly. Hard to sing, boring to listen. Give me something with a bit more oomph.

IF sung in the original German, or even more importantly, accompanied by GUITAR,
then it's great! Otherwise, I dread hearing it.

Oh, ditto on Little Drummer boy. Never liked it.

FYI, there's a Dr. Demento Xmas album!

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Eddylizard
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Personally I loathe "White Christmas." It's just so slow and joyless. But then I'm not Bing Crosby's greatest fan.

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Brandi
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Simply Having a Wonderful Christmas Time.

I don't usually hate Paul McCartney but this song makes me want to smack him.

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I'm a McCartney fan, but that is definitely not one of his better efforts. [Smile]

I don't think "White Christmas" is one of the greats, but I have some fondness for it as I can actually on a good day do a halfway credible job of imitating Crosby's performance of it.

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LyndaD
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I've been known to leave stores when 'Grandma Got Run Ove...' began.

I also dislike 'The Little Drummer Boy' and 'Christmas Shoes', and another CW song called 'Christmas Carol' about a little orphan girl looking for a family.

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Feliz Navidad.
Feliz Navidad.
Feliz Navidad.
Feliz Navidad.

Did I mention Feliz Navidad?

I am in favor of burning all copies of this song.

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I am really getting tired of hearing that "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairies" song on all of those Christmas commercials. To me, it's so overrated.
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quote:
Originally posted by Duck 182:
I am really getting tired of hearing that "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairies" song on all of those Christmas commercials. To me, it's so overrated.

Don't feel bad. Even Tchaikovsky didn't like that one. [Big Grin]

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I cannot stand "Away in a Manger". It's always sung badly by six-year-olds. It's just so cutesy and nauseating!

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Personally, I am very sick and tired of "My Grownup Christmas List". Just about makes me gag.

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I hates me all of 'em. Not in actuality; I'm pretty sure that, if I only heard any particular Christmas-related song once a year, I'd be fine with most of them, but ALL of them are so MASSIVELY overplayed, for WAY LONGER than they should be... that I hates me all of 'em.

I used to work for the CVS corporate office in Woonsocket, RI; at the time (maybe still) they had something like a 4 hour tape of music that played continuously (so you'd hear the same songs in the same order about twice a day). First work day after Thanksgiving - BANG! - the Christmas loop went on, and it was shorter, so you'd hear the same songs two or THREE times a day, every day, until January 1. I'm lucky to have come out of there with anything resembling sanity. I attribute much of my blanket dislike of Christmas music to this particular experience .

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I really hate "I saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" as well...as a kid, I didn't "get it" and thought how horrible it must be for a kid to witness his/her mother cheating, and I think that dislike has just carried on, long after I grew up. Besides that, I don't mind most of them...I just hate when current artists try to be so original with Christmas carols by just changing the timing or doing some other superfluous thing that makes them sound odd, not good.
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As a listener, George Michael/WHAM!'s "Last Christmas" makes the chunks rise in my throat. The only upside is the video, which features lovely Christmas mullets.

As a singer, I never ever ever want to sing "O come, o come, Emmanuel" again. It's got a boring melody, and the version in our hymnal has about 287 verses. We sing it at midnight mass and the song is barely half finished by new year's day. Yes, I exaggerate, but it is worth a good 15 minutes of torture.

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Ditto Brandi on 'Having a Wonderful Christmas Time' ('Frog Chorus' is also a threat to Mr. McCartney's unbroken nose as far as I am concerned).

Ditto Pikey Queen on 'Away in a Manger'. It's so sweet my teeth hurt.

Never heard the songs about Grandma and that reindeer, 'Feliz Navidad' or 'Christmas Shoes', but that may well be a good thing.

Oh, and wasn't 'Silent Night' originally written for guitar because the organ in a German church had had its bellows damaged by mice? (This sounds very much like an UL, but it may be true.)

The song I would like to add I can't remember the title of (perhaps because as soon as I heard it I rushed into my spare room to search for a hammer to smash the radio). It's a glurgy thing about an angel stuck on top of a Christmas tree. (Five points off for any snopester who tells me the title.)

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Y'know, I didn't start the favourite carols thread, but I've been posting to it because I love Christmas songs, but I do have to agree with you, tenorcs on "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel". I too find it dirgy and long. I love the way you phrased it, too:

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We sing it at midnight mass and the song is barely half finished by new year's day. Yes, I exaggerate, but it is worth a good 15 minutes of torture.

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We can all torture those good Christmas songs too death ourselves. A favorite of mine, 'Joy to the World', got a lively tempo, and for a carol, a good beat. But have a group of ordinary people try to sing the durn thing and somebody always sets the tempo too slow, making it into a funeral durge.
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The usual UK melody for Away in a Manger is different from the usual US one. And I think the UK one is treaclier (or, for Americans, Molassisier)

'jes so you know.

Oh, and I have to say that I hate just about any Christmas song written in the past 50 years. They're all so... gimmicky. All of them.

Another one. O Holy Night. The melody line is beautiful, the harmony is beautiful, but it always gets ruined by a congregation or amateur choir (usually with all the non-musical females singing Soprano because it's easier, rather than because they're actually Sopranos) wailing it out at high volume. The famous high note especially makes my eyes water, and not in a good way. Which is a pity, because when it's sung properly it makes my eyes water, in a good way.

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quote:
Originally posted by TrekkerScout:
I have an aversion to The Little Drummer Boy pa-rum-pum-pum pum.

I was going to say "All of them," then I realised I liked The Little Drummer Boy even less than most. I'm glad I'm not the only one...
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Pretty much all of the ones I hate have been mentioned:

"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Clause" - I, too, didn't get this one when I was a kid. Now I wonder why anyone would risk having kids sing it. Some of them have to figure it out.

"Silent Night" - I've just never been a big fan, even when I was a kid.

"Little Drummer Boy" - I've hated this since childhood. I never liked the "Pa rum pa pum pum." It's just so silly.

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Originally posted by Brandi:
Simply Having a Wonderful Christmas Time.

I don't usually hate Paul McCartney but this song makes me want to smack him.

It's at the top of my list. Makes me almost as twitchy as "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas."

"Santa Baby" makes me feel dirty.

Barbra Streisand's "Jinglebellsjinglebellsjinglebells" can die a horrible, painful death.

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It's at the top of my list. Makes me almost as twitchy as "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas."

I sing this at the top of my voice just to annoy my oldest. She hates it and thinks I'm weird. [Big Grin]

I hate the Cherry Tree Carol. It's draggy and Joseph is a jerk. Why would Mary marry that guy?

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Originally posted by Astra:
It's at the top of my list. Makes me almost as twitchy as "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas."

I sing this at the top of my voice just to annoy my oldest. She hates it and thinks I'm weird. [Big Grin]
My dad hates the song more than I do. As a result, there is a hippopotamus of some kind hidden in his presents every year.

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If it is considered a "Christmas" song and is played from November through January, I hate it.

I liked a few Christmas songs when I was younger. Then I got sick of hearing them. I think my least favorite would be modern songs by folks who try to put some jazzy or pseudo-soul spin on a song like "Jingle Bells". Like they're trying to be Tom Jones or Sammy Davis, Jr., but end up sounding like William Shatner. These are the same types of singers who'd try to put a soulful or jazzy spin on "The Star Spangled Banner". Just sing the song and don't embellish it.

Because I live in Florida where winter highs average around 70 degrees, it especially irritates me to hear any song mentioning snow, snowmen, sledding, or sleigh rides. Or when people put up fake snow or snow-themed decorations. It looks and sounds so damn ridiculous. There's been some Christmases where I've been in shorts at the beach; I don't want to hear songs praising snow especially when they're repeated 100 times in one day.

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I have been talking about this with a friend lately. Happy, celebratory Christmas songs that sound like funeral music. For example, the song "O Come All Ye Faithful" came on the radio and it was a slow, monotone snooze-fest, not "joyful and triumphant".
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