Bah, Humbug! More Worst Christmas Songs Ever
We must have been in a hurry to put up our last post on this subject because we missed a whole bunch of holiday stinkers. Here is the rest of our list of the best of the worst Christmas songs of all-time:
“Last Christmas” by Wham
Released in 1984, shortly after we were introduced to George Michael and his white short shorts.
“The Chipmunk Song” by Alvin and the Chipmunks
I thought it was cute in sixth grade, but I heard it the other day and it was a long 2:23.
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by GLEE Cast
Like the great Kevin Dorsey used to say on 101 KLOL in Houston…”I just don’t know anymore.”
“Wonderful Christmastime” by Paul McCartney
I love Paul McCartney, but this song sounds like he got a new Casio for Christmas and had a lot of time to kill.
“Blue Christmas” by Elvis Presley
Elvis sounds fine and the song is not horrible, but the background singers kill it.
“Dominick the Donkey”
Anyone have Tony Soprano’s number? Maybe he can whack the stronzo who wrote this scoreggia.
“Step Into Christmas” by Elton John
This one never did anything for me. Sounds like a throwaway that was turned into a Christmas tune.
“Toyland” by Doris Day
Heard this for the first time this morning and it will be the last.
“The 12 Days of Christmas” by The Sinatra Family
I can picture rich people sitting around the tree singing this version as the help serves them another cup of egg nog.