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29th Jul '17 12:23:30 PM KumoriRaven
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* While most of the Punk Goes Christmas (2013) compilation album could count as this by itself, the 11th track "This Christmas (I'll Burn It To The Ground)" by Pop Punk band Set It Off is a perfect example of this trope from start to finish. The title is not just there for kicks, that is what the song is actually about.
--> This Christmas, I'll burn it to the ground!
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This Christmas, Santa's skipping town!\\

This Christmas, everything will change, when they see the flames\\

This Christmas day!
29th May '17 9:46:05 PM nombretomado
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* Symphonic metal band WithinTemptation gives us "Gothic Christmas" (2002), additionally serving as an affectionate parody of European metal's self-consciously dark image:

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* Symphonic metal band WithinTemptation Music/WithinTemptation gives us "Gothic Christmas" (2002), additionally serving as an affectionate parody of European metal's self-consciously dark image:
19th May '17 9:29:30 PM nombretomado
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* Music/MilesDavis' "Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)" (1962) finds vocalist Bob Dorough (of later ''SchoolhouseRock'' fame) bitterly denouncing "all the waste, all the sham, all the haste and plain old bad taste" of the season.

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* Music/MilesDavis' "Blue Xmas (To Whom It May Concern)" (1962) finds vocalist Bob Dorough (of later ''SchoolhouseRock'' ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'' fame) bitterly denouncing "all the waste, all the sham, all the haste and plain old bad taste" of the season.
23rd Feb '17 2:22:49 PM Xtifr
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* French examples by ''Franchise/LeDonjonDeNaheulbeuk'''s creator, John Lang. "Noël en Mordor (Christmas in Mordor)" (2009) is set in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' universe, and ends with: "Santa Claus captured by trolls, and dark era begins." "Le retour de Gzor (Gzor's return)" (2010) is about a bad god named Gzor, a Franchise/{{Cthulhu|Mythos}} expy. "Gzor will come back, Gzor will be your master..." to the [[SoundtrackDissonance "Oh Holy Night" tune.]]

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* French examples by ''Franchise/LeDonjonDeNaheulbeuk'''s ''AudioPlay/LeDonjonDeNaheulbeuk'''s creator, John Lang. "Noël en Mordor (Christmas in Mordor)" (2009) is set in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' universe, and ends with: "Santa Claus captured by trolls, and dark era begins." "Le retour de Gzor (Gzor's return)" (2010) is about a bad god named Gzor, a Franchise/{{Cthulhu|Mythos}} expy. "Gzor will come back, Gzor will be your master..." to the [[SoundtrackDissonance "Oh Holy Night" tune.]]
20th Feb '17 12:58:12 AM bt8257
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In short, this is the song form of CrappyHolidays. BadSanta might be invoked. Sometimes there's overlap with ProtestSong if the Anti-Christmas Song is serious and political enough.

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In short, this This is the song form of CrappyHolidays.CrappyHolidays in short. BadSanta might be invoked. Sometimes there's overlap with ProtestSong if the Anti-Christmas Song is serious and political enough.
26th Jan '17 8:37:51 PM Phys101
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* Yogi Yorgesson's "I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas". The narration in the middle describes a {{SerialEscalati|on}}ng quarrel-dispute-fight between the singer's side of the extended family and his wife's side. The middle gives us this gem that can't be unheard:
--> "Peace on Earth, goodwill toward men." \\
Yust at that moment, someone slugs Uncle Ben.
18th Jan '17 3:48:53 PM Xtifr
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* SufjanStevens has "That Was the Worst Christmas Ever!" (2006), which is based loosely on Sufjan's own childhood: the stress of the holidays would cause his parents to argue, and these arguments would generally end with mom grabbing a present at random from under the tree and throwing it into the fire. The song ends with the repeated lyrics "Silent night / nothing feels right."

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* SufjanStevens has Music/SufjanStevens has:
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"That Was the Worst Christmas Ever!" (2006), which is based loosely on Sufjan's own childhood: the stress of the holidays would cause his parents to argue, and these arguments would generally end with mom grabbing a present at random from under the tree and throwing it into the fire. The song ends with the repeated lyrics "Silent night / nothing feels right."
7th Jan '17 6:05:54 PM nombretomado
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* "Elf's Lament" (2004) by BarenakedLadies. Not as nasty as some of these, but it focuses on the plight of Santa's elves as they try to unionize in order to improve their working conditions.

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"Elf's Lament" (2004) by BarenakedLadies.(2004). Not as nasty as some of these, but it focuses on the plight of Santa's elves as they try to unionize in order to improve their working conditions.
27th Dec '16 1:51:28 PM Xtifr
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* "Pretty Paper", written by WillieNelson and popularized by Music/RoyOrbison (1963), should be mentioned here, as it's about someone (a sidewalk vendor hawking wrapping paper and pencils to the holiday shoppers rushing past him) who's clearly not having a good time amid the celebration.

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* "Pretty Paper", written by WillieNelson Music/WillieNelson and popularized by Music/RoyOrbison (1963), should be mentioned here, as it's about someone (a sidewalk vendor hawking wrapping paper and pencils to the holiday shoppers rushing past him) who's clearly not having a good time amid the celebration.
27th Dec '16 5:34:00 AM mimitchi33
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* Music/BobRivers and [[http://www.bobrivers.com/#v0c7 Bob Rivers his comedy group]] are arguably the masters of Christmas parody songs with their series of at least five ''Twisted Christmas'' albums from 1988 on, including such memorable titles as "The Twelve Pains of Christmas", "Wreck the Malls", "The Chimney Song", "Hey! You! Get Off of My House", and "Chipmunks Roasting on an Open Fire".

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* Music/BobRivers and [[http://www.bobrivers.com/#v0c7 Bob Rivers his comedy group]] are arguably the masters of Christmas parody songs with their series of at least five ''Twisted Christmas'' albums from 1988 on, including such memorable titles as "The Twelve Pains of Christmas", "Wreck the Malls", "The Chimney Song", "Hey! You! Get Off of My House", and "Chipmunks Roasting on an Open Fire".
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