Here at Dry Humor Daily, I like Christmas music. I really do. I prefer the older songs, but some of the new ones aren't so bad. (You definitely have to skip over whatever came out in the 90s, though, hands down.) Want to know what I don't like? I
Companies have been altering Christmas songs for years, but Garmin's versions a few holidays ago really tipped the scales. Now, any company can pitch Garmin's success as reason enough to make their own cheesy version of the campaign. Here's an example of one:
I have a question. Does anyone know the actual words to Carol of the Bells? (Better yet, I wonder how many people even know the name.) Everyone I know just says the "merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas. Merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas" part when it comes on. (Oh, who am I kidding, that's just about all I can remember from year to year, too...)
Bottom line: companies should have their commercial privileges unceremoniously stripped once they head down this path. Changing the words of Christmas songs is lame. (Even if they are funny the first time around.) End of story.
On a lighter note, thanks to all of you loyal readers and comment-leavers! I appreciate your time and interest more than you know. Just thought I would randomly mention that. :)