Childhood Memories

From the abyss of my youth, slightly modified to reflect modern and somewhat more mature mores.

 Jingle bells
 Santa Smells
 Rudolph's lost the way 
 Oh what fun it is to drive a beat up Chevrolet
Over the fields we go
Laughing all the way 
Grandma's drunk
We hit a skunk 
Grandpa's in the trunk
Jingle bells 
Santa Smells 
Rudolph's lost the way 
Oh what fun it is to drive a beat up Chevrolet
Lights on police cars glow 
Sirens pierce the night
Bumping through the fields 
Running in the light
Bail money's tight
Jingle bells 
Santa Smells 
Rudolph's lost the way 
Oh what fun  it is to drive a beat up Chevrolet

Merry Christmas, a happy holiday, and best wishes for the new year!

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