I have hundreds of comedy/novelty/goofy Christmas Songs and over 20 hours of the fabulous (now long discontinued) “Special X” program from XM Radio, and love ‘em all. The more weird, awful, irreverent, naughty, etc - the better.
Except one. I don’t know what the name of this monstrosity is, but it’s a spoken word thing about a little girl in an orphanage named “Mary Christmas” and it makes me want to climb up in the belltower with an AK47! SO I settle for mentally dragging the needle across the record grooves and hit the skip button. It is truly beyond the pale, and I like the pale.
There was a talking blues version of A Christmas Carol that I heard, only once, back in the late seventies. IIRC, it was in a ghetto setting and used inner city vernacular. It may have been recorded before then. Are you familiar with it?