We Just Go Nuts At Christmastime
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|song name||We Just Go Nuts at Christmastime|
|artist||They Might Be Giants|
|releases||Unreleased, Dial-A-Song, The Frank O' Toole Show, Power Of Dial-A-Song, Free When You Call From Work|
|first played||December 31, 1987 (1 known performances)|
|sung by||John Flansburgh|
- The song's title echoes the 1949 novelty song I Yust Go Nuts at Christmas.
- Some lyrics are borrowed from Tammy Wynette's country hit D-I-V-O-R-C-E.
- John Flansburgh spoke of the song in an interview with Seattle Weekly (December, 2001):
There's another song in our history that runs parallel to "Feast Of Lights" called "We Just Go Nuts at Christmastime" that John Linnell has decided to suppress, but which I feel is an extremely strong piece of material. It's all about the dread of trying to hang with your family for an extended period of time, which is about as universal an issue as you'll find. That's the tough part of the holidays: not arguing with your relations.
- The version played on the Frank O'Toole Show includes a different spoken section.
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