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Grandma's Spending Christmas with the Superstars 
By: Dr. Elmo
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This song, along with "Grandpa's Gonna Sue The Pants off Santa," is a sequel to "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer." The original was clever and original (in a somewhat perverse way) for the suggestion that the treasured icon that is Santa Claus could, in fact, be a dangerous and careless hit-and-run driver. The problem with these sequels is that it's prolonging the joke, now that we've been desensitized to his mild and playful irreverence to Santa Claus. I can forgive these two additional songs, but if Dr. Elmo keeps this up, the joke will become tedious. Dr. Elmo's usual catchiness is apparent here, at least, which is what saves the song from a lower rating. But still, it too much resembles "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer." Not much worth owning, neither for the lyrics or the nor the music.- PatrickLMT
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Grandma's spending Christmas with the superstars
Since that reindeer ran her down that fateful night.
Grandma's hanging out with all those late, great stars
For the heavenliest Christmas of her life.

She's standing under the mistletoe with Elvis.
He's been consoling her, because she's missing Gramps.
Then Elvis offers her the keys to a new Cadillac
Well, oh, well, oh, and a couple of sheets of Elvis postage stamps.

Grandma's spending Christmas with the superstars
Since that reindeer ran her down that fateful night.
Grandma's hanging out with all those late, great stars
For the heavenliest Christmas of her life.

She Christmas shopping at the mall with Marilyn Monroe.
They like to schmooze about how men have done 'em wrong.
And Marilyn says this "women's lib" thing sounds just super,
"But I'm just glad it didn't hit 'till I was gone."

Grandma's spending Christmas with the superstars
Since that reindeer ran her down that fateful night.
Grandma's hanging out with all those late, great stars
For the heavenliest Christmas of her life.

(spoken) Oh, look! Grandma's trying to comb someone's hair. Why, it's Bob Marley!
And look here! She's giving Howard Hughes a manicure.
Oh, poor Richard Burton! Tch, tch, tch! She just gave him the news about Elizabeth Taylor Fortensky!

(sung) Oh, she's been trimmin' the tree with Liberace. ("Call me Lee!")
He's got that certain something Grandpa always lacked.
But when she opens up his gift and sees a full-length mink,
She says, "If it ain't fake, I'll have to send it back!" (Send it back!)

Grandma's spending Christmas with the superstars
Since that reindeer ran her down that fateful night.
Grandma's hanging out with all those late, great stars
For the heavenliest Christmas of her life.

Sing it, superstars!

Grandma's spending Christmas with the superstars
Since that reindeer ran her down that fateful night.
Grandma's hanging out with all those late, great stars
For the heavenliest Christmas of her life.
(PatrickLMT)
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