Some songs start off bad and get pretty good. Others start well and fizzle.
This apparently unreleased version of “O Holy Night” we found on the Web starts badly, and ascends farther and farther into ever more inglorious strata of crapulosity.
Yes, I fell on my knees, but not because I was hearing angels’ voices.
Not safe for work, or home, or the car, or any other environment. (And yes, supposedly this guy sent this to somebody thinking he was actually a good singer.) – John Nova Lomax
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