Do people who know you drum think your favorite Christmas song is Little Drummer Boy?

topgun2021

Gold Member
I have had a few of those comments, but I can count them on one hand.

I usually laugh a little and then look at them funny when I get comments like that.
 

ohiodrummer1964

Senior Member
I can never get past the line "The ox and lamb kept time, buh rump a bum bum".

What's up with that? He's the little drummer boy. It's his job to keep time, not the ox and lamb's. No wonder he was too poor to afford a gift for the newborn king, who's going to hire a drummer who can't keep time?

OK, I'll go take my meds now.
 

SticksEasy

Senior Member
I can never get past the line "The ox and lamb kept time, buh rump a bum bum".

What's up with that? He's the little drummer boy. It's his job to keep time, not the ox and lamb's. No wonder he was too poor to afford a gift for the newborn king, who's going to hire a drummer who can't keep time?

OK, I'll go take my meds now.
The ox and the Lamb shoulda' started a rhythm section, and fired his ass.
 

larryace

"Uncle Larry"
There was no ass. It was an ox, a lamb and a boy. The boy was on his break partaking in some frankincense when the ox and the lamb were keeping time. The boy was in the union. Yep, they even had em back then.
 

drummerman42

Senior Member
You're not the only one! I get those comments all the time around this time of the year, that and getting Todd Rundren's Bang On My Drum All Day....
 
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Anthony Amodeo

Guest
a well sung "Oh Holy Night" absolutely gives me chills

I always dug Springsteens version of Santa Clause is Comin To Town as well

but Chuck Berrys Run Run Rudolph is hands down the best Christmas song ever in my opinion
 
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