25 Days of *NSYNC: Day 17 – EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW, I LEARNED FROM THE N’SYNC CHRISTMAS ALBUM
“But we all know the best celebrity Christmas album, right? (No, not Rod Stewart’s “Merry Christmas, Baby,” though don’t tell my coworker Terri that I said that!) N’Sync’s “Home For Christmas”! Come on, guys! Let’s learn.”
These words, from HelloGiggles.com author Jessica Tholmer, could not be any more true. Her hilarious take on “Home for Christmas” on her regular “Everything I Need to Know, I Learned From…” is pure mastery.
We all know and love the 13 tracks on the album. We all have them on repeat ad nauseam throughout the holiday season. And we all understand that even though we’ve been singing them for 14 years and would rather die than admit that some of the lyrics sound like they were written by five year olds on a sugar high it is absolutely hilarious when one of us does admit that.
So, I strongly suggest you head on over to Hello Giggles to learn what you need to know from “Home for Christmas.”
“8. Um, I don’t know?
“The days and weeks and months go by/so slowly/we are both wishing them to fly (wishing in the fly)/as the night begins to fall/twilight crowns the bedroom cheer (drowns in mellow cheer)/such a rush of joy.“
Wait, what the hell is this song about? Later the chick gets a snowflake in her eye and then it melts into a tear, but then warms up because of her smile? Why is she crying and smiling? And also, I hate when snowflakes get in my eye, that is annoying and I definitely would not be smiling about it, even if JC was serenading me at the same time.
K, but tell me about “bedroom cheer,” please. Is that even a real thing, or is it like when Ludacris shortens words to rhyme?”