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Max DeGroot Do You Hear What I Hear? 
Dipper is at it again. Now he is the shepherd from that famous carol, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" No singing in this one. Take away the singing, and the lyrics become preposterous. Voice of the King by Chris Wolvie, who did the lyrics for "The Most Commercial Time Of The Year". Voice of the Chancellor by BJ Hughes, who did the lyrics for "It's Beginning To Suck A Lot At Walmart". Script by Max DeGroot and BJ Hughes. SHEPHERD!!
2010-11-14 Derwood Bowen
I actually had to look up the lyrics to the song itself, since I never heard it before. Upon reading them, this actually gave me a much higher appreciation for this sketch. Not being in the know was something I couldn't bear... excuse me, something I couldn't shepherd!!
2010-11-17 devospice
That was cool. Nice twist on the classic.
2010-11-17 wildcard9
That was cute (ducks from Dipper's reaction).
2010-11-27 batlrar
Not at all what I was expecting, since I didn't read the description before I clicked play, but that's definitely not a bad thing. Good job!
2011-02-28 djseamus
A superb sketch. Gee, I wish I could have fanfare announce my pressence.
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