Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby alanjh595 » Dec 15th, 2017, 6:35 am

The most politically incorrect lyrics in classic hit songs that you would never get away with these days







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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby Glacier » Dec 15th, 2017, 10:59 am

Ya, My Sharona isn't very PC at all. Could have been written by Roy Moore.

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Never gonna stop, give it up, such a dirty mind
I always get it up, for the touch of the younger kind
My, my, my, aye-aye, whoa!
M-m-m-my Sharona

Come a little closer, huh, a-will ya, huh?
Close enough to look in my eyes, Sharona
Keeping it a mystery, it gets to me
Running down the length of my thigh, Sharona

Never gonna stop, give it up, such a dirty mind
I always get it up, for the touch of the younger kind
My, my, my, aye-aye, whoa!
M-m-m-my Sharona
M-m-m-my Sharona

When you gonna give to me, a gift to me
Is it just a matter of time, Sharona?
Is it d-d-destiny, d-destiny
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby TreeGuy » Dec 15th, 2017, 11:07 am

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby TreeGuy » Dec 15th, 2017, 11:12 am

Paul McCartney was 21 years old when he sang;

Well, she was just seventeen
You know what I mean

And the way she looked was way beyond compare
So how could I dance with another (Ooh)
When I saw her standing there
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby alanjh595 » Dec 15th, 2017, 1:52 pm

The topic is about politically correct Christmas songs. So I will offer:





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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby TreeGuy » Dec 4th, 2018, 10:49 am

On another news site I just saw that “baby it’s cold outside” has been pulled from some radio stations.

There is a song my mom loves called we all go nuts at Christmas. Maybe we need one titled we all get offended at Christmas. LOL
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby GordonH » Dec 4th, 2018, 11:00 am

PC or not the earliest I ever want to hear christmas music is 3 weeks before the 25th, so today (even this is to early).
I refuse to step into the mall after November 1st & before January 10th, just to be on the safe side.
When you have to start compromising yourself and your morals for the people around you, it’s probably time to change the people around you.

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby Queen K » Dec 5th, 2018, 6:32 am

There are lots of creepy manipulative lyrics sung into our ears every day.

This one though, "Baby it's cold outside" just seems to be out of place in todays World.

Doesn't mean Santa has to drink soy lattes in the next song.
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby Btfsplck » Dec 5th, 2018, 9:37 am

Ban a 70+ year old song but continue to play modern hip hop. Sounds about right. :smt045

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby OKkayak » Dec 5th, 2018, 10:55 am

There's no such thing as "politically incorrect", just a small group of people who have to take offence at something because they feel the need to drag everyone else down to their level of misery.

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby mexi cali » Dec 5th, 2018, 11:00 am

It's amazing that we are so delicate and quick to react to virtually everything we hear today that possibly, might, could, there's a chance, what if, be spun into hate rhetoric.

It was and is a simple song. One sung by men and women even in todays hashtag metoo era.

Honestly, it says much about the frailty of the human psyche.

A woman lost her day time host job because she had the nerve to admit that when she was a kid. A KID!!! she dressed in blackface. Half the world lost their mind.

As a point of reference, I told my kids that we used to buy candy cigarettes. There were black licorice candies called N.... babies. I had (and maybe still do) have a copy of a book called little black sambo. The version mentioned earlier of eeni meeni was the only one we knew as kids. Kids who played street games with our friends of color.

Uncle Toms cabin was and is a classic piece of literature and is NATURALLY reflective of the time in which it was written. As was Tom Sawyer and many, many more. Yet they are shunned today because of their reflection of the world at the time.

Kids dressd up as Tonto and were proud to be seen as the brave indian side kick. we played cowboys and indians as kids. Nobody really cared who was who. I liked the indian thing because I liked the bow and arrow.

Al Jolsen was famous. So famous that others impersonated him.

Racism is as prevalent today as it was yesterday and political correctness or its counterpart was more prevalent back in the day. Think Archie Bunker.

But to look back and try to ignore it all because we are all supposed to be ashamed because we (a lot of us anyhow) saw it? That's ridiculous.

I hate having to think about what I am about to say if I happen to be in the company of people with whom I am unfamiliar.

If it is politically incorrect to dress up as a peraon of a particular race which you are not, therefore never having walked in their shoes as was levelled at an Ontario hydro exec who dressed up as a Metis trapper, then Al Roker had no business dressing up as Doc Brown. But because Al is Al and black, he gets a pass. That, is poitically incorrect.
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby lesliepaul » Dec 5th, 2018, 12:17 pm

Boo hoo hoo to all those who are insulted and jam their sensitivity down others throats over the most ridiculous things,

Our Christmas cards will always say "MERRY CHRISTMAS" and I will continue to say "MERRY CHRISTMAS"...…….if you are insulted, too bad.

I think back to the movie "Mars Attack" and how hearing Slim Whitman's song "Indian Love Call" made the Martians heads explode when they heard it...……..now that was hilarious and appropriate.

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby psychprof » Dec 5th, 2018, 2:26 pm

What about "I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus." Sounds like mom n dad were engaging in some interested sex games.
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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby Glacier » Dec 5th, 2018, 3:37 pm

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I feel UNSAFE! HELP ME SUE CASTANET!!!

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Re: Politically Incorrect Christmas Song

Postby just popping in » Dec 5th, 2018, 4:18 pm

Might as well carry on with a list.

1. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus: subjecting minors to softcore porn
2. The Christmas Song: Open fire? Pollution. Folks dressed up like Eskimos? Cultural appropriation
3. Holly Jolly Christmas: Kiss her once for me? Unwanted advances
4. White Christmas? Racist
5. Santa Claus is Coming to Town: Sees you when you’re sleeping? Knows when you’re awake? Peeping Tom stalker
6. Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Everyone telling you be of good cheer? Forced to hide depression
7. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Bullying
8. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas: Forced gender-specific gifts: dolls for Janice and Jen and boots and pistols (GUNS!) for Barney and Ben
9. Santa Baby: Gold digger, blackmail
10. Frosty the Snowman: Sexist; not a snow woman
11. Do You Hear What I Hear: blatant disregard for the hearing impaired
12. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas: Make the yuletide GAY? Wow, just wow
13. Jingle Bell Rock: Giddy up jingle horse, pick up your feet: animal abuse
14. Mistletoe and Holly: Overeating, folks stealing a kiss or two? How did this song ever see the light of day?
15. Winter Wonderland: Parson Brown demanding they get married…forced partnership
16. I'll Be Home For Christmas: Not if you are homeless. That's just Insensitive
17. Grandma got ran over by a reindeer: Homicide. Extremely violent and promotes alcoholism.”

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