Monday, December 2, 2013

A Horror Christmas Song: The Re-Purpose-ing

Do you love Christmas and the Holidays? I do! Part of the fun for me is to insert random horror into any on going festivities. (last year I made Christmas ornaments commemorating all my favourite Final Girls) This year I thought I'd share one of my favourite Christmas songs with you, one that I've used my skills on to make it more appropriate for those who love horror. Enjoy!


Black Christmas (sung to the tune of Wham!'s Last Christmas)

(Happy Christmas)

Black Christmas I gave you my heart,
The very next day, I'll call you again
This year to give you more fear
I'll move into your dorm room

Black Christmas I gave you my heart,
The very next day, I'll call you again
(I'll call you again)
This year to give you more fear
I'll move into your dorm room
(Dorm room)

One's asthmatic, I'll stab her twice
I'll keep my distance but I'm still in your attic
Tell me baby how did you not know
Billy's here and I'll take off your head.

(Happy Christmas)

I wrapped up that girl
In a dry cleaning bag
Now I know what a fool you've been
Those dry cleaners have been over-charging you

Oh, oh my baby

Crowded rooms, more for the killing
I'm hiding from you, but I know all about you
My God, I thought you'd know
But even John Saxon can't track me

I killed your House Mother
I killed your friends
But you still think 
It's the guy from 2001.

Black Christmas I gave you my heart,
The very next day, I'll call you again
(I'll call you again)
This year to give you more fear
I'll move into your dorm room
(Dorm room)

A police with a gun
(I'll call you again)
And fellatio on his mind.
Maybe next year, I'll kill him too
(Kill him too)

I thought you knew I'm here to stay
I'll live in your attic
I'll watch you too
Oh baby, baby, what can you do?

Gave you my heart
I'll call you again
I'll call you again

Black Christmas I gave you my heart
I'll call you again
I'll move into your dorm room
(Dorm room)

1 comment:

  1. I applaud your creativity and share your love for the film, but not for Christmas and the Holidays. Unless three ghosts appear and show me how horrible I am, December just marks the beginning of winter for me.

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