Holiday Song Remix: New Classics We'd Really Like to Hear

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Gaga Got Her Freak On With a Reindeer
to the tune of "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer"

Gaga got her freak on with a reindeer
At her Monster Ball on Christmas Eve
You can doubt that Santa likes to party
But all us little monsters, we believe.

Gaga wore her glitter strap-on antlers
And dragged St. Nick out on the floor to dance
She dashed and danced and pranced just like a vixen
And taught that man the meaning of bad romance.

Gaga tickled Santa's jolly belly
And underneath his beard of snowy white
She told him, "Better fasten up your seat belt –
This isn't gonna be a silent night."

Santa had a taste of figgy pudding
Then he felt his brain and senses leave
He woke up nude in Gaga's sleigh-shaped hot tub
She really put the X in Xmas Eve.

Gaga got her freak on with a reindeer
She partied hard with Comet and Cupid too
She told them all, "Good night and Merry Christmas
It's lovely weather for a sleigh ride in leather with you."

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