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Least Favorite Christmas Song?

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pinkkitty | 19:26 Tue 18th Nov 2008 | Christmas
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People always talk about their favorite festive song, but no-one ever seems to say the songs they really hate.

I hate Merry Christmas, War is over by John Lennon, and also "have yourself a merry little Christmas" both seem so un-christmassy and depressing i end up feeling really sad whenever i hear them.

What is your least favorite Christmas Song, and why?

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All of them.

Bah humbug!
all of them except fairytale of new york
go to musicalfruitcake and listen to the worst ever Christmas songs

http://musicalfruitcake.com/
Bing Crosby's White Christmas, my mother used to hate it and would always turn the radio off when it came on so I think it's rubbed off on me.
Rock n Roll Christmas, Gary Glitter.

anyone who plays his "music" should be shot.
i hate 'stop the cavalry' by Jonah Louie - it's about as un-Christmassy as you can get. It makes me cringe.
Yes sara3 I completely agree with you.I've got the best xmas album ever and every year for the last how ever many years gg has been known as a perv -I've skipped ' Another rock and roll xmas' whenever it's come on. I love all xmas songs pop, carols etc. I just love xmas! I just can't decide on my worst.
Anything by Cliff Richard.
it will be lonely this christmas by mud i think
Simply Having A wonderful Christmas Time by Paul McCartney (Wings).

Annoying tripe.
Mistle-bl00dy-toe and bloody Wine.
Hate it.
lots of them but in particular Stop the Cavalry - Jona Lewie
ugh!
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That East 17 one; Stay

Its not Christmassy at all it just happened to be a Christmas No1 and now appears on all christmas compliations.

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