Christmas At Ground Zero

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Post by minnick27 »

its not letting me upload an image, and its not on the web, so Bobbi and Dave check your emails, and if you can get it up here so the others can see it, well that would just polka!

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Post by Super Sonic 5 »

Are some parts of this song parodys of Winter Wonderland? Like, "Everywhere the Atom Bombs are dropping" compares to "In the winter we can build a snowman".
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Post by mewrio »

It's not supposed to be, but now that you mention it some of the verses sound similar. But it's only because they have the same number of syllables - the notes are fairly different.

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Post by Kevbo1987 »

Yeah, I agree with Mewrio. I think it's just a coincidence. The melodies are very different.
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Post by Bruce the Duck »

I don't think it's a coincidence, but it's not a parody either. He seemed to be going for a sound that was very reminiscent of many Christmas songs in general. It's possible that he wove a play on that tune into the song intentionally. I hear a lot of "Jingle Bell Rock" in the song too.

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Post by adoggie »

this song somehow reminds me of 9-11. is it just me?

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adoggie @ Nov 5 2006, 05:40 PM wrote: is it just me?
I think so. :unsure:
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adoggie @ Nov 5 2006, 06:40 PM wrote: this song somehow reminds me of 9-11. is it just me?

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adoggie @ Nov 5 2006, 04:40 PM wrote: this song somehow reminds me of 9-11. is it just me?
Probably because the term "ground zero" was used to describe the spot where the WTC stood.
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Post by MaleHeffer »

at first i did not like the song, but now i think it is hilarious!

...go figure. :P
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