From interesting family dynamics to the long to-do lists, the holidays can get stressful. Unwind a little and remember the joy of the season with some of your favorite artists.
1. CAIN | “Nothing Canned”
Nothing says Thanksgiving like a home cooked meal and your family sitting around the table. CAIN, the sibling band, is halfway there this holiday season in this hilarious parody of their song “Yes He Can”. Along with the KSBJ Morning Show, we are reminded that no one makes Thanksgiving dinner quite like grandma.
2. Micah Tyler | “Gobbling Free”
It’s no big surprise that the main event on Thanksgiving day is the FOOD. And while, we don’t want to promote gluttony, we do want to join Micah Tyler in our gratefulness for the amazing food with this parody of his incredible song, “Walking Free.” If you didn’t know, Micah Tyler has been on a weight loss journey all of 2022 and has lost over 100 lbs. WOW! If Micah can enjoy his Thanksgiving feast guilt free this year, then so can you!
3. Matthew West | “Gobble Gobble”
With all of the wonderful songs about Christmas, Matthew West didn’t want Thanksgiving to be left out. Now November has a new anthem! “Gobble Gobble” is a song for the whole family. And is it just me or do you also want your very own turkey costume now?
4. Carrie Underwood | “Stretchy Pants”
Carrie Underwood has us tapping our foot along to this fun and oh so relatable song. Jesus take the skinny jeans because we’ve been waiting all year long for this meal. Enjoy your turkey, mashed potatoes, and casserole dishes to the fullest! Here’s to stretchy pants club. Cheers
5. Rend Collective | “Eating All The Dressing”
Rend Collective, the Irish worship band, joins in on the Thanksgiving fun with their parody of “Counting Every Blessing”. Stovetop better step aside with this well-deserved dedication to the most underrated side dish, the dressing. Whatever your favorite dish, be sure to take your post-meal nap before round two.
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