Saturday, December 20, 2008

Christmas Songs For.......

I can take absolutely NO credit for this post. I heard it from someone who called in to The Cooper Lawrence Show Friday night, and I have no idea if he wrote it or if he found it somewhere else. The premise of the bit was, "Christmas Songs For Mental Patients". The caller read off a number of them, but I can only remember four. Still, I thought I'd post them here with the hopes you get a chuckle out of them.

Christmas Song For Someone With A Split Personality--

"Do I Hear What I Hear"


Christmas Song For Someone Suffering From Paranoia--

"Santa Claus Is Coming To Town To Get Me"


Christmas Song For Someone With Attention Deficit Disorder--

"Hark The Herald Angels....oooooooooo, a frog! Hey, keys! Shiny!"

And last--

Christmas Song For Someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder--

Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells,
Jingle Bells........


If I remember any more, I'll add them to this post. I hope you found a laugh in there somewhere.....

5 comments:

Spanky said...

I'm sure you're familiar with The Spanko Christmas Song, but maybe some readers are not. Bonnie is truly inspired!

Andrades said...

Hi Ken:
Another enjoyable Christmassy Post. And a quick thanks to Spanky for the link.
Merry Christmas
Andrades Girl

Anonymous said...

Hi Dr. Ken,

Regarding your last message: we certainly don't want you to change no matter what the world thinks...

[Smiling at you........]

Thanks for this post as well as all the others.

(Forever friends)..and please have a Merry Christmas!!

Little Princess dani

Pest said...

These were great, Dr. Ken. I hope you can remember the others since I'd be interested in reading the others! Of course I should come up with one for your memory loss! WEG

Dr. Ken said...

Spanky--actually, no, I wasn't familiar with it. But thanks for providing the link!

Andrades--I'm trying hard to get the Christmas spirit. It's been a little elusive this year. But I've still got one or two more Christmasy posts iin mind, so maybe that'll help.

Little Princess dani--Good. I probably couldn't change, even if I wanted to. (Well, actually, there are some things I'd like to change--but no need to air them out here.) And a Merry Christmas to you, too!

Pest--sadly, I haven't been able to bring any of the others to mind. This is one of those times I wish I had a photographic memory!