Funny Children's Christmas Songs

Sunday, 21 December 2014

So Mr MoaB and I thought it would be fun to have a festive sing-a-long with the family at Christmas - with a twist!

We wanted to sing funny versions of well known Christmas songs. I thought a quick Google search would throw up loads of alternative version but actually there are very few.

There are some that just aren't age appropriate as we want to teach these humorous tunes to Little Miss A's cousins who are 8 and 5.

The one I can remember singing is:

Jingle Bells, Batman Smells
Robin ran away,
The Batmobile lost its wheel,
On the Motorway! Hey!

Mr MoaB remembered a version of this one:


We three Kings of Orient are,
One in a taxi, one in a car,
One on a scooter, blowing his hooter,
Smoking a wet cigar

Another one we like is this:

While shepherds wash their socks by night,
All seated round the tub,
The angel of the Lord came down,
And gave them all a scrub

There are several similar variations for the 12 Days of Christmas called 'The 12 Fast Food Days of Christmas'. The one I like the most was found on the Jumble and Jelly blog.

On the first day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me a double bacon burger with cheese
On the second day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 2 happy meals
On the third day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 3 large fries
On the fourth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 4 egg McMuffins
On the fifth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 5 onion rings 
On the sixth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 6 chocolate milkshakes
On the seventh day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 7 pints of ketchup
On the eighth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 8 chicken drumsticks
On the ninth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 9 slices of pizza
On the tenth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 10 baked potatoes
On the eleventh day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 11 chicken kormas
On the twelfth day of Christmas my takeaway gave to me 12 Alka-Seltzer 

There's also a really great version of 'We Wish You A Merry Christmas' which I came across by Sandra Boynton. 




So you now know what we'll be up to on Christmas Day. These should keep us entertained and suitably amused for a little while anyway!


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