Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man recites “The Night Before Christmas” as Ed Sheeran and a group of hired musicians perform “Thinking Out Loud.” And then hey, it’s Sheryl Crow singing about how “The First Cut Is The Deepest.” Talk about Christmas miracles.
Now, a mash up.
It’s probably the optimism speaking, but Rush and Ed Sheeran may be the 21st century’s new peanut butter and jelly. By optimism, I mean I’m buzzed on cough syrup and crack.
And now, a mash up.
Forget about the insidious meaning of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”! The real controversial song is “White Christmas”! Until “Jingle Bells” becomes politically incorrect for horse abuse, here’s a mash up.
The following happened in a far more gentle and innocent time, before the death of irony (Thank you very much, ill-informed Alanis Morissette), before the death of truth, before “collusional” (street slang combining collusion and delusional) presidents, before apparent fake media, and before 9/11. Most importantly, before my divorce.
This is not to say that it was a golden age, far from it. There was still poverty, pestilence and mass murderers.