In this month’s episode, we discuss the origins and history of the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”.

Check out this Snopes article that fact checks the theory that there is are secret, coded Christian references in the song.

Versions played in this episode:

  1. Portland Choir and Orchestra
  2. Perry Como
  3. Roger Whittaker
  4. John Denver and the Muppets
  5. Ray Conniff Singers
  6. Straight No Chaser
  7. Pentatonix
  8. Jacob Miller (reggae style)
  9. Mob Vibe (trap style)
  10. Relient K (pop/punk style)
  11. Sara Evans (country style)
  12. Goldfinger (ska/punk style)

Parody versions played:

  1. Twisted Sister
  2. Bob and Doug McKenzie
  3. Allan Sherman
  4. Bob Rivers (The Twelve Pains of Christmas)
  5. Jeff Foxworthy (The Twelve Redneck Days of Christmas)

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Title: 46: The Twelve Days of Christmas
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