Mrs. Claus Christmas Songs #3

Once all the editing for Mrs. Claus was done I asked all the contributors if they had ideas for how we could promote the anthology. Jennifer Lee Rossman, brave soul that she is, offered to write Christmas carol parodies inspired by some of the stories from the anthology. I said if she did that I would feature them on my blog. Because Christmas is meant to be fun and so are parodies 🙂

Over the next couple days I’m going to share some of the resulting songs with you. I hope they’ll make you smile and I’d like to thank Jennifer for all the hard work she put into creating these — Thank you!

None of these songs contain egregious spoilers but they do contain plot points so if, like me, you prefer to go into stories without knowing anything about them, you might want to skip the songs and just pre-order the anthology.

*shifty eyes*

What? I’m just sayin’…


Desperately Seeking Santa — To the tune of “Deck the Halls”

Christmas tree is trimmed and glowing
Fa la la la la, by Mrs. Claus
Weather outside: cold and snowing
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus
Mistletoe’s been hung for kissing
Fa la la, la la la, Mrs. Claus
Gifts are wrapped but Santa’s missing
Fa la la la la, call Mrs. Claus

In the workshops, she’ll go searching
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus
in the caves he keeps his merch in
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus
Caves are dark but she will brave them
Fa la la, la la la, Mrs. Claus
From the goblins, she will save him
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus

Christmas ride is quickly nearing
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus
If she saves him, we’ll be cheering
Fa la la la la, for Mrs. Claus
Hurry, hurry; faster faster
Fa la la, la la la, Mrs. Claus
Stop this Christmas Eve disaster
Fa la la la la, la Mrs. Claus


Christmas Magic — To the tune of “Jingle Bells”

Crashing to the snow
in a pod from outer space,
Bringing joy and hope
to the human race

She married Santa Claus
Dressed in velveteen,
Photo on the cover of
every magazine

Mrs. Claus
Mrs. Claus
made his reindeer fly,
But he shouldn’t trust her
’cause it all might be a lie!


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