Post aftermath the holiday drunkeness friends may stage an intervention. All the world’s a stage, but you can’t use the exits in rehab. Play your part, dry out, maybe sing a song to laugh it off.
Cledus T. Judd, of course, has a bouncy country number “Christmas is Rehab.” Kacey Jones wackado-es this song with quick strums and flautist-ence. I, however, prefer the dirty folk version of the same song at a Holiday Inn by Richard Fagan. The pathos and Atticism mix well with the ball cap, oversized sunglasses, and endless unwashed tresses. Well done.
Dylan-esque blues from Willie Hensen in the form of a rogues gallery of recovering patrons: “Christmas in Rehab.” He gets into it, so i’m buying it as a Christmas miracle of hope.
John Prine-esque folk from Grover Windham in the form of confessional: “Christmas in Rehab.” It’s gritty and dirty, so i’m wishing him merry and moving to the other side of the room.
Also making amends, Joe Thistel leans into the country music with his “Xmas in Rehab Again.” It might be the filter on the vocals, but it sounds soul-searching.
More redneck humor arrives from the jolly holiday tune posted by superpont. Some club? Some bubbas foolin’ around? It’s bar-de-har humor entitled “Christmas Time in Rehab.”