#8 of the 25 Worst Christmas Songs...Ever

Hey Baby, I'm Barry Manilow.

This is my favorite time of the year and I’ve taken great pleasure in spending (or some say wasting) company time counting down the 25 Worst Christmas Songs…Ever.  By all means, this is not me being a Scrooge.  I’m crazy about the Holidays! (But not “crazy” enough to wear a Mistletoe Belt Buckle to the office Xmas party)  Anyway, as we get closer to the Jolly Ol’ Elf’s next appearance, the songs on this list will continue to get worse and worse.  Happy Holidays!
 
8. Baby its cold outside – Barry Manilow & KT Oslen

 
T.M.I.! T.M.I.!  There’s way, WAY too much information on this sultry Christmas classic for me.  I’m serious, for some reason the thought of Barry & K.T. “snuggling” in front of the fire completely grosses me out.  This is like the mother of all P.D.A. Christmas songs.  It’s not that I don’t like the song itself, but there are much better versions out there.  For instance, Louis & Velma’s, Dean & Martina’s, and who can forget the version from the movie Elf...Zooey Rocks!   Here’s my plea, whenever you remake any song….please PLEASE never use the pet names “Sweet Lips” or “Honey Buns” again.  Yuck!

The 25 Worst Christmas Songs….Ever.
25. Christmas Tree – Lady Gaga
24. Blue Christmas – Porky Pig (aka Mark McCollum)
23. 8 Days of Christmas – Destiny’s Child
22. Last Christmas – Wham!
21. The Christmas Song – Alvin & The Chipmunks
20. Mele Kalikimaka – Jimmy Buffet
19. Hey Santa – Carnie & Wendy Wilson
18. Oh Come All Ye Faithful – Twisted Sister
17. Santa Baby – Madonna
16. Macarena Christmas - Los Del Rio
15. Little Drummer Boy – Jessica & Ashlee Simpson
14. All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth – Spike Jones & His City Slickers
13. Santa’s Beard – The Beach Boys
12. Have a Cheeky Christmas – The Cheeky Girls
11. Please Daddy (Don't get drunk this Christmas) - John Denver
10. Wonderful Christmastime - Paul McCartney
09. Santa Claus is coming to town - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
08. Baby, its cold outside - Barry Manilow & K.T. Oslen