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12-13-08 Weird Al Yankovic – The Night Santa Went Crazy

Posted by Sean on December 14, 2008

Santa Claus, huh? Well, if we’re going to do a thread about that floating fat man, there’s one Christmas song that absolutely needs to be included. It’s that timeless classic with those heartwarming lyrics that touch that special place in everyone’s heart:

And the bullets are flying
The body count’s rising

That’s right, it’s Weird Al Yankovic’s The Night Santa Went Crazy, off of 1996’s Bad Hair Day.

Courtesy of the aptly-handled mentalcase129.

And yes, Shanoah, I knew Santa was a friend of the devil. I thought everyone knew that.


2 Responses to “12-13-08 Weird Al Yankovic – The Night Santa Went Crazy”

  1. […] 12-14-08 Weird Al Yankovic – The Night Santa Went Crazy […]

  2. kristin said

    would’ve been better with the extra gory version

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