Have you really listened to some of them?
So as a way to truly lift your spirits this holiday season, I give to you…
Courtney's Most Depressing and Horrible Christmas songs ever made.
Seriously, it’s like a Lifetime Movie set to music. Barf.
Grown Up Christmas List- Amy Grant.
Let's be serious for a minute guys. At 31 years old, I am considered a "grown-up." And my list doesn't include all those peaceful and loving things. I has such items as: A Kitchenaid Mixer, A Nikon 1 J2, a new Coach purse, or even the New York Giants winning the super bowl again.
Please Come Home for Christmas- The Eagles.
Catchy song. Yes. I'm not gonna lie. I will totally jam out to this song.
But I for one would have at least come home for Christmas, and left by New Year's night..
Oh and the bells are not ringing the sad, sad, news about you and your relationship problems. They are ringing for Jesus. He's not bad news. He's good news.
“My baby’s gone. I have no friends. To wish me greetings once again.”
Come on nobody likes a downer at Christmas. Cheer up. You could be buying shoes for your dying mother, Come on you know I'm right, Right?
Baby, it's Cold Outside
Forget weather. It’s just some dude using an excuse to trap you into staying so he can slip roofies in your drink and have his way with you!!! She keeps saying no and trying to get out of a very rapey situation! No means no, ya little jerk.
And I'm really not sure what this song has to do with Christmas either.
(oh and the Glee version is the best!)
Happy Xmas (War is over) John Lennon.
First of all just cause it's Lennon doesn't make it fantastic. I love The Beatles.
“So this is Christmas, and what have you done. Another year over and a new one just begun.”
And this gets you thinking… damn, I really what have I done this year? I didn't loose 20 pounds, I didn't wake up early on my Saturdays to go volunteer somewhere. MAN I DIDN'T DO ANYTHING!