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Baljeet: Good King Wenceslas looked out
On the Feast of Stephen...

Buford: Sorry I'm late. I was busy doin' some rewrites.
Baljeet: Rewrites?
Buford: I've highlighted your parts. Now sing along.

Buford: Santa Claus and all his elves
Are making gifts for Buford
Baljeet: I don't think that's how it goes
Buford: Nobody's askin' you, nerd

Baljeet: Buford! You're completely disrespecting this classic song. You're
Ignoring the historical context. King Wenceslas was a great man. You have
No idea what this song is about!
Buford: I know all about this song.

Buford: The words were by an English guy
The music, Scandanavian
Wenceslas was five-foot-six
He kept his face unshaven
Though just a duke throughout his life
He always ruled so justly
His kingly title was conferred
Upon him posthumously

Baljeet: Well, I stand corrected. You seem to have a lot of information.
But if you know so much about it, why do you not sing the original song?
Buford: I like my version better. It's about me!

Buford: Buford should get lots of gifts
Every Christmas season
When I see presents just for me
It always is so pleasin'
That is why I changed the words
To make the song more edgy
If you don't like the way I sing
You'll get a Christmas wedgie



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