And to add to the massacre of religious songs, I offer up this prayer:
Our Father, who art in heaven,
Howard be thy name ...
I seriously hope the dear Lord has a sense of humor
And from my hubby: In Australian schools during the 1950s and 60s it was common to sing the national anthem at least once a week at assembly, but usually daily. At that time, our anthem was God Save the Queen.
Real Line: Send her victorious, happy and glorious
DH sang: Santa's victorious, happy and glorious
and tells me he always wondered why he never questioned why Santa was mentioned in the national anthem.
In the song Ol' Time Rock'n'Roll, I thought the line said, Call me a rabbit, call me what you will
and I'd think Ok, you're a rabbit
and then I'd wonder if it was really insulting in America to call someone a rabbit. How about we try, Call me a rebel, call me what you will.