Hump Day! Risque Tunes For Your Midweek Blues 12/10/14

BluesBiscuitsHumpdayChristmasZat you Santy Claus? Creeping around after midnight, jiggling your sack, checking out our stockings, and delivering your loads? If you’re going to be playing Santa this year, you’ve come to the right place to pick up some pointers on what the adults might be expecting. That’s right, it’s another Holiday Hump Day installment. There’s no Blue Christmas here and with a little luck and persuasion, no blue Christmas balls either. That sounds dirty!

Lots of Christmas songs are about Santa delivering his presents, and this week we look at some songs suggesting that whoever is playing Santa at their house might have a little extra work to do. Now you might think it’s just the guys looking for a little extra Christmas good will, but the ladies are waiting with the mistletoe hung high and low.

First up we have Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials with “I’m Your Santa.” So if you are looking for a man in red to bring you that special gift, Ed’s your man. If Ed’s busy making house calls, William Clarke offers his services in “Please Let Me Be Your Santa Claus.” He’s looking forward to your red hot kisses under the Christmas tree. I hope you like pine needles in your stockings.

If you’re looking for someone to deck your halls, Jimmy Butler is offering his services. Jimmy wants to trim your tree for you and he seems pretty sure you’ll be happy with his work. He should definitely make sure he stops at Shakura S’Aida’s house this year. She’s looking for a man to “Be My Santa” and she’s encouraging her Santa to bring that bag of toys. Do the girls on the naughty list get different toys?

You better make sure you get back in a flash from your midnight ride, or Victoria Spivey ain’t gonna let your see her Santa Claus. I’m pretty sure she’s not talking about her collection of Hallmark Santa ornaments.

Happy Hump Day, everybody! Now get out there and spread that Christmas cheer.

Lil’ Ed And The Blues Imperials I’m Your Santa

William Clarke – Please Let Me Be Your Santa Claus

Jimmy Butler Trim Your Tree

Shakura S’Aida Be My Santa

Victoria Spivey I Ain’t Gonna Let You See My Santa Claus

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Jim Kanavy

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I started writing about music professionally in 2008. Over the last 6 years I’ve been published in Hittin’ The Note magazine, American Blues News, Blues Blast, and American Blues Scene. I’ve met some wonderful people and I’ve heard a lot of music. I’ve written a lot of reviews. Some of the music is extraordinary, and some is not.I'm covering it all honestly and with integrity.
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