Sports Christmas Songs You Probably Haven't Heard (And Maybe Did Not Want to Hear)
Ah, Christmas music. It takes over a radio station in your city a week or so until Thanksgiving and then goes into hibernation for ten months.
While you enjoy the classics from Andy Williams, Bing Crosby, newcomers like Michael Buble and listen to the original recording of Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas is You" when she actually hit those high notes, there are some songs that don't get the attention of mainstream radio.
A Very Angry Bears Fan Christmas
The Chicago Bears are a disaster, so here's a Christmas album that all fans in Chicago will enjoy. Hear holiday classics like "Cutler the Would-Be QB," "Last Season I Gave You My Heart," and "You're the Most, Blunderful Team of the Year."
Maybe the Cubs will finally win it all with Joe Maddon and Jon Lester.
No, probably not.
Bubba Claus- "The Single"
The two-time Masters Champion has a lot going on in this music video. Watson is in a Santa suit. He has an elf and Gumby rolling with him in his "hovercraft" as well.
We'll just let Bubba be Bubba.
San Jose Sharks- "Holiday Sweater"
Christmas sweaters are ugly. So let's rap about them!
A few things to observe in this music video. Randy Hahn, the voice of the Sharks, takes part in the video as the main MC, and someone in the digital media department made it look like something you taped off your dad's VCR in the 90s.
Don't quit your days jobs, guys. And watch out for the mumps.
Pittsburgh Penguins- A Great Holiday for Hockey (2013)
The only thing lousier than their early exit from the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs was this fake Christmas album commercial the Penguins made in 2013. "Do Jussi what I see?" is a clever title, though.
Now former head coach Dan Bylsma dons the cover in an ugly Christmas sweater, and if mommy was kissing Sidney Claus a few days ago, she's probably got the mumps. Yep, another mumps joke.
Joe Pesci- "If it Doesn't Snow on Christmas" (WARNING: INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE)
"Joe Pesci isn't an athlete!"
Well, I question "Die Hard's" credibility as a Christmas movie, so shut up.
This is from a 1998 album called "Vincent LaGuardia Gambini Sings Just For You."
Pesci also starred in "Home Alone" and "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York." Two great Christmas movies.
It's Joe Pesci, he's singing a Christmas song, and there's some bad language. Enjoy and go get your shine box!
Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.
Leave a Reply.