"Christmas Is Going To The Dogs" as written by and Mark O. Everett....
Get off your sled and go to bed, don't you ever tire?
Throw a bone, I'm finally home curled up by the fire
Snow is falling from the sky like ashes from an urn
Sweet dreams, my little one now it's my turn

Well, Christmas is going to the dogs
We'd rather have chew toys than yule logs
And things aren't looking very good, it's true
So, I'll just lay here and chew

Now, when I sleep I like to dream of rabbits in the snow
Jumping right into my jaws from their rabbit hole
Take one home and set him down right next to your shoes
Wake up to a big surprise my gift to you

And Christmas is going to the dogs
We'd rather have chew toys than yule logs
And things aren't looking very good, it's true
So, I'll just lay here and chew

And Christmas is going to the dogs
We're scarfing down the turkey and egg-nog
And things aren't looking very good, it's true
So, I'll just lay here and chew
So, I'll just stay here and chew



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"Christmas Is Going to the Dogs" as written by Mark O. Everett

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    General CommentSays E of this song:

    "I was asked to write a song for the Grinch film. Being a huge Andy Griffith fan, I agreed, with the stipulation that I would get to meet director Ron Howard and talk to him about The Andy Griffith Show. He came to my house and answered all my questions about Don Knotts. It was all worth it. (How big a fan am I? That's me at the front of the line at Don Knotts' book signing, as seen in the A&E Biography of Don Knotts.)"
    Eamonon March 13, 2008   Link

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