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Wednesday, December, 22, 10

A Very Jersey Christmas

Filed under: a moment in my head — theradishpress @ 1:12 pm
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by theradishpress

I decided to write my own version of Judy Garland’s “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”

For reference, here are the lyrics to the original:

Have yourself a merry little Christmas

Let your heart be light

Next year all our troubles will be

out of sight

Have yourself a merry little Christmas

Make the yule-tide gay

Next year all our troubles will be

miles away

Once again as in olden days

Happy golden days of yore

Faithful friends who were dear to us

Will be near to us once more

Someday soon, we all will be together

If the Fates allow

Until then, we’ll have to muddle through somehow

So have yourself a merry little Christmas now.

And the video, because it is a great song.

And now, my version, inspired by The Jersey Shore and with some help from Meow Reilly. (Could still be a work in progress if Ben has some thoughts…seeing as how he is the fan).

Have yourself a very Jersey Christmas

May your fists pump high

Next year all the Guidos will reach

far and wide

Have yourself a very Jersey Christmas

Make the shore’s tide gay (no homo)

Next Jäge may our fights be

miles away

Once again as in olden days

Happy Guido days of yo’s

Four Loko is so dear to us and

Will be near to us once more

Someday soon, we all will pump together

If the beats allow

Until then, we’ll have to dance through somehow

So have yourself a very Jersey Christmas now.

Now I just need to make a video to this mess.

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