Father Guido Sarducci | One Hundred Bulbs on the Christmas Tree Party

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One Hundred Bulbs on the Christmas Tree Party

by Father Guido Sarducci

The worst two Christmas songs EVER put out on plastic. AND another Christmas song. AND some OTHER song. Father Guido Sarducci at his best, or worst, you decide.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One Hundred Bulbs (on the Christmas Tree)
14:31 $0.99
2. I Won't Be Twisting This Christmas
3:14 $0.99
3. Santa's Lament
4:14 $0.99
4. Parco MacArthur (La Torta In La Pioggia)
3:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Father Guido Sarducci tells you his opinions on Christmas songs while you listen to the worst Christmas song ever, One Hundred Bulbs on the Christmas Tree.



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Elizabeth Rible

I'm Dreaming of a Christmas in Purgatory
Good Father Sarducci....You actually made me smile during the ever-present nausea of Christmas mass marketing.....I'm sure you are a step closer out of purgatory for this! Bless you! I was really impressed with your singing in Italian! I hope you send one of your CD's to the Pope!


Ho-ho-ho-horrible! But someone HAD to do it.
Dear Christmas listeners,

If you think you have to suffer through the endless Christmas songs starting in October, think about what it's like up here at the North Pole! That's right, non-stop Christmas songs all year long. Sr. Sarducci has hit the needle on the turntable with this collection of soon to be classics. Each song begs its listeners to engage in a heated debate about the true meaning of Christmas songs. I expect there will be college courses dedicated to the analysis of this topic in the near future. I've been told that if you play the beginning of the last song backwards, there is a hidden message about Rudolf. I haven't been able to figure it out yet. I hope you enjoy the songs as much as I do.

It's the most wonderful time of the year,


Jack Greene

This is quite funny
I enjoyed this and it is definitely a listen more than once CD. The good Father has several funny asides throughout it.