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Santa Rap (Ho Ho Oooooh!)

by Bree

Comedy Rap of Kid who trys to blackmail Santa for Kissing Mom under the Mistletoe; you decide who's naughty or nice.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Comedy Rap
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1. Santa Rap (Ho Ho Oooooh!) [feat. Dave Rice]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Santa Rap is Producer/Song Writer Bree Harvey’s 3rd compositional collaboration with Dave Rice, Musician, Song Writer, and Sound Engineer.
Bree came up with the Misunderstood Kid in Santa Rap and Dave Responded as Santa. The Song is a Comedy Rap for the Holidays.

Between them the story of the misunderstood kid and the questionable “Naughty or Nice” Santa evolved. This kid (doesn’t really have a gender) represents the misunderstood child who is just a wee bit misbehaved. Knowing it is crunch time, the kid worries whether Santa is even going to deliver his/her present.

The turning point to the story is when Santa is caught kissing mommy under the mistletoe. Now the kid sees a window of opportunity for negotiation.

“Oh I got a note from Mrs. Clause
She worried you’d be breaking laws
By Kissing mothers under mistletoe
You’d be thrown out, in the glistening snow.

Can be nice, you know I can
You’re an understanding jolly man
I don’t want to be misunderstood
Don’t worry Santa, I’ll be good.” Santa Rap Song and Lyrics © Bree Harvey 2016

“It was a lot of fun writing this comedy rap song with Dave. Brought back our inner childhood misfit years” (Bree Harvey).

One Disclaimer: The real Santa is always nice. (Although it is more fun to be just a wee bit naughty.)





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