Are you listening?
It seems, the ones who aggressively remind us to “Keep Christ in Christmas” are the very ones who have sold their souls to Black Friday.
I wonder if they found Christ nailed to a weed-whacker at the mall at 4am?
I find hypocrisy high during the Christmas season. A time where people demand to be wished, “Merry Christmas” over “Happy Holidays” and vice versa, I don’t care what another’s beliefs (or religion) is. I really don’t.
I myself believe in God and do call myself a Christian, but that is my choice in a country that was founded on “Freedom of Religion“.
I do “Keep Christ in Christmas”, but my religion taught me tolerance and acceptance, not derision and elitism. It also taught me not to judge.
So, to lighten the mood and bring some totally UNpolitically correct music to our holiday music shelf here is my December 2013, Happy Holi-craze, Mix Tape.
Walking Around in Women’s Underwear – Bob Rivers
When I first heard this song I was a DJ on the radio and the song was already several years old. I laughed so hard. I had not head of Bob Rivers before.
Christmas in Heaven – Monty Python
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend Christmas in Heaven? Wonder no more and sit back and let Month Python tell ya all about it…
Present Face – Garfunkle & Oats
Most people like presents, but what happens when you get presents of things you don’t like or want?
Another Christmas Song – Stephen Colbert
For those who dislike Christmas music, I even thought of you and so did Stephen Colbert!
A Christmas Carole – Tom Lehrer
I started this post talking about the rampant commercialism Christmas has become, and the “war on Christmas” we hear about all of the time? Tom was talking about it first.
Here is my very favorite Christmas song. This one is not a parody song and is instead quite serious.
This song always makes me cry.
Hard Candy Christmas – Dolly Pardon
May the month of December be filled with love, family and friends and may we all be safe and end this year with nothing, but positive promises for the New Year to come.
And, whatever YOU celebrate, may your heart be open to others’ celebrations too.
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