O what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh A day or two ago, I thought I'd take a ride And soon Miss Fanny Bright, was seated by my side; The horse was lean and lank, misfortune seemed his lot; He got into a drifted bank and we got upsot Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! Because he's a bad guy! This is the part where everyone starts, to not notice— to save the day. Bells on bob tail ring Making spirits bright What fun it is to fly and sing A sleighing song tonight! But while the popularity of Batman and a childhood fondness for bodily functions help to explain the spread of the song, the appeal may go much deeper: If the adult authority invested in the hero status of Batman and Robin is challenged in this song, so too does the song undercut their masculinity. Yes, the Joker does get away in this version! Oooh… Jingle Bells, Alfred smells, Robin laid an egg. Jingle all the way Hey! When I was 7 year 1995, Ottawa, Canada , I heard the first parody i forget who sang it first : Jingle bells Batman smells Robin laid an egg Batmobile lost a wheel and Joker took ballet but no one really found it funny. Jingle Bells, Piglet Smell, Pooh Bear lay some eggs. As he escapes on a Christmas-tree rocket, the Joker voiced, of course, by Mark Hamill adds a customized second verse that follows the episode's action: Crashing through the roof,In a one-horse open tree;Busting out I go,Laughing all the wh eeee! Love that you are researching this. Jingle Bells is neither a wholesome song nor about Christmas.
It takes a kid to move with a different version for that one to be known as the original. Olaf whistles the rest of the song as the coal starts burning the tradition items, and stops when he sees Sven going in the opposite direction. But as a contribution, when I was a kid in southern Queensland, Australia we had a schoolyard version that went: Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Santa clause is dead, Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, shot him in the head. That was the only thing elementary school kids talked about and the toys were all we wanted for Christmas. Hope your research provides some laughter along the way.
The Batmobile lost a wheel, and the joker got away! I went to research this song version after walking kids to school and hearing a 7 year old claim it was new. One explicit example would be the BlogTalkRadio archived show done by Olivia W from November 11, 2007 called The 12 Dirty Songs of Christmas. Upstate New York and I learnt the first version: Jingle Bells, Batman smells Robin laid an egg. There were two versions of the song which were quite similar that I heard in elementary school. When I was 7 year 1995, Ottawa, Canada , I heard the first parody i forget who sang it first : Jingle bells Batman smells Robin laid an egg Batmobile lost a wheel and Joker took ballet but no one really found it funny.
I assume there is no part of this country where these words are not known to every child. What other wacky carol lyrics do you remember? After jingles What follows was copied from the web site that provides the words and music for our popular Christmas music. Dashing through the snow on a pair of broken skiis, Over hills we go, bashing into trees! After that, I noticed my younger siblings generation changed it. It astounds me how many variations there have been! I lived in San Diego California and our school was half military kids. However, I do recall 1 of the versions which included shotgun shells, too, but only vaguely. .
Probably first heard the jingle bells Batman parody as a 6 year old girl when I was living just outside London in Croydon. O, Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg, The Batmobile lost a wheel and the Joker got away! Jingle Bells, Piggy Smells, Kermit lay an egg. There are several variants of this song. There was always a line for the trampoline, so Mr. Here are the next part of Jingle Bells, Batman Smells is an parts with the characters of all cartoons from around the world. And when your girl trims your tree Stand below, Her ladder, So, Her balsam fir you'll see! We're all high on grass, The cops are on our ass. I also heard: Jingle Bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg.
No more books, or lunch room crooks. Over the hills we go, Crashing into trees! O what … fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh. It was on the Batman: The Animated Series in the late 80s. I plan to have him revive the Batman version complete with Joker peeing on the wall. Jingle Bells Batman Smells Robin ran away Father Christmas Burned his whiskers Smoking weed in May Hey! Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way; Oh! Please post a reply if you heard this version before Christmas 1966 and where you were.
Gave us a stern talkin to!!! I also now have a new perspective on the hassels various Prelates went through when codifying the final version s of the Psalms… Merry Christmas 2010! The earliest I heard it was Second Grade, 1972. This is the one I know. Jingle Bells, Gonzo Smells, His chickens are fries! Jingle Bells, Piglet Smell, Pooh Bear lay some eggs. Dashing through the snow On a broken pair of skiis Over the hills we go Crashing into trees The snow is turning red I think Im almost dead Woke up in the hospital With stiches in my head! The guy stopped, jumped out of his gray 68 Olds I remember the car! Anyone out there expect us to evolve to a more highly refined taste any time soon? I can remember how hard it was snowing that night, and how muffled the cars sounded from all the snow falling!!! Joe from Mexico Whipped her with his belt Dashing through the snow, on a pair of broken skis, over the hills we go, crashing into trees! Jingle bells, Jingle bells Jingle all the way. I was also wondering if you had seen? Whatever the reason, larger audiences are finding explicit holiday tunes top note on their playlists. I hope that my kids never learn this one before they know all the words. Batmobile lost a wheel and the Joker got away, Hey! Who first sang these words, and when and where was it done? I like the first version better.
Check the comments for other variations. I Joe from Mexico stabbed her with his knife Oh Dashing through the snow without a hope in hell…… And on it goes as I have forgotten Cheers Very interesting post. It's undeniably a strangely phrased opening sentence, made even stranger by a number of headlines as the story began to appear in newspapers across the nation on May 11, 1966. There was always a line for the trampoline, so Mr. Jingle bells, jingle bells, Santa Claus is dead, Rudolph pulled a. The Batmobile lost a wheel and the Joker got away Hey! Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg.
For follies and such silliness. I lived in west Texas, and this would have been mid- to late 1960s. My name is on this, so yours should be too: I delete anonymous comments. Dashing through the street To do a noble deed Determined in advance To help the girls in need Glad in spandex tights Your sidekick's by your side If you see a soldier, You better run and hide. I found this site because I had the same question. Santa's pissed and he's coming to town he's taking names and he's throwing down.
Version 2 Jingle bells, shotgun shells Granny's got a gun. Jingle bells, Batman smells, Robin laid an egg Batmobile lost its wheel And Joker got away! I think if a sufficient survey was done of adults of various ages, as to when and where they recall first hearing these lyrics, one could reconstruct the migration of this bit of modern folklore. Jingle bells, Granddad smells, Grandma wants her way, Dad is mad, Mum is sad: We all hate Christmas Day. The christmas tree was actually a rocket though. But as a child on Long Island in the 70's we sang Jingle Bells Batman Smells Robin laid an egg The Batmobile broke it's wheel and the Joker got away! But the only part my 2nd grade brain remembered was the chorus because the intro was too long winded. My assumption was that as military kids were suddenly moved around the country they would arrive in a new school and that silly song was a familiar memory of their former friends.