December 11, 2006


Here's the story. After school I walked into the band room only to be greeted by the sound of a cat being run over by a car. Horrified, I looked around only to see everybody in the room laughing hysterically! I couldn't believe it! Then, to my horror, I realized that the noise was not a nearly deceased feline but somebody's voice! "O Holy Night" was being played on the sterio and I kid you not, it was the most God-awful thing I'd ever heard ever. So what did I do? I e-mailed it to myself so that I could publish it on my blog. Now, rumour has it that Marilyn Manson is doing the singing, but I don't listen to Marilyn Manson normally, so I can't confirm this. Nor do I even know how to spell his/her/it's name, so "Marilyn Manson" may not be right, sorry. What I do know is that although when listening to this song, you may at first be horrified. Give it a sec, soon you'll be laughing so hard that it hurts and you'll think you ruptured your pancreas. I've got it in two file formats, one for iTunes and one for any other type of mp3 player. Enjoy (if that's the right word to use)!

iTunes (m4a):
Windows Media (mp3):


Greg said...

Marilyn Manson is a woman and this song is sung by a man. The person singing this song made me want to jump off a bridge.

margaret said...

When I first heard that song, tears were pouring from my eyes, I literally couldn't breathe, and I was doubled over because my stomach ached from laughing so hard. Now when I hear it, I want to smash the speakers.

Andrew Dalton said...

To the first poster: I'm pretty sure Marilyn Manson is a man (although at time it's doubtful), but Marilyn "Monroe" is not.

As for the song, it scares me, I do believe I'll have nightmares.

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