Sometimes you need to shake up the usual mix of classic Christmas songs like “Little Drummer Boy” or “O Holy Night” with something a little more nontraditional. Some of the best and catchiest songs of the season are the ones that parody the holiday itself.
Check out some funniest Christmas songs that bring a different kind of Christmas cheer!
“Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer” — Elmo and Patsy
A very nontraditional Christmas song recorded in 1979 has become one of the funniest songs of the season. Just keep the eggnog away from grandma on Christmas to avoid any ‘reindeer in headlights’ accidents.
“Walking Around In Women’s Underwear” — Bob Rivers
Seattle radio host Bob Rivers is known for his many Christmas parodies, this one turning the classic “Winter Wonderland” into a tune about cross dressing.
“12 Redneck Days Of Christmas” — Jeff Foxworthy
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy put his personal trademark redneck spin on the “12 Days of Christmas.”
“All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” — Spike Jones and his City Slickers
No one could have expected such a silly Christmas song would reach the top of the pop charts in 1949!
“The Hanukkah Song” — Adam Sandler
The Hanukkah season is just getting off to a start, and there’s nothing better than to listen to Saturday Night Live vet Adam Sandler’s hilarious tribute to the Jewish holiday to get you in the spirit!
“I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas” –Gayle Peevey
Written by John Knox and sung from a child’s point of view by 10-year-old Gayle Peevey, this song skips the usual Christmas wishes for toys, games, clothes and gadgets and asks Santa for something much bigger.