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TV's Kyle Ghosts of Christmas 
Come to think of it, you'd think the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future would be a more popular subject for demented Christmas songs, wouldn't ya? This isn't explicit enough for me to click "explicit", but it's got more language than I normally use, so beware or whatever.

2014-12-21 dino-mike
This is nothing short of f-f-f-f-freaking amaze-ballz. Well done dude.
2014-12-21 Insane Ian
This is the best thing to exist for Christmas by you since the last Christmas thing you did, and the one before that.

You make Christmas awesome. Thank you.

2014-12-22 lukeski
Sassy kids get balsa wood in their stockings! :D Hooray for this song and for Kyle!
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