The 10 Most Bizarre Country Christmas Songs

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Toby Keith, “Hot Rod Sleigh: Santa’s got a new ride. Written by Toby Keith and released on his 1995 album Christmas to Christmas.

Joe Diffie, “Leroy the Redneck Reindeer: Bad things happen when Rudolph calls in sick. His understudy is a pickup-driving, overalls-sporting.

Brad Paisley, “Penguin, James Penguin: Sorry, Rudolph — you just got replaced. There’s a new animal in Santa’s workshop, and he’s modernizing Mr. Claus’ operations.

John Denver, “Please, Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas: John Denver struggled with alcohol for much of his career, making this holiday hiccup from 1973.

Jeff Foxworthy, “Redneck 12 Days of Christmas: quot;Somebody done gone to the Walmart!

Sugarland, “Little Wood Guitar: Jennifer Nettles and self-proclaimed Christmas fanatic Kristian Bush, the song’s co-writer with Ellis Paul.

Kenny Chesney, “All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan: Chesney's latest holiday song, "Christmas in Blue Chair Bay," is a welcome addition to this year's crop.

Elmo and Patsy, “Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer: We're pretty sure this one is on Grinch's iPod playlist. Recorded in 1979 by a Bay Area veterinarian named Elmo Shropshire and his first wife.

NewSong, “The Christmas Shoes: Laced with an unhealthy amount of cheese, this song takes place in the most festive of locations — the check-out line at a department store.

John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, “I Think You Might Like It: It's the low-budget music video that really makes (or breaks) this holiday duet, which was written by "You're the One That I.

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