Runner up for tree topper is the Star in the East, the sign of the Messiah, Mr. Big Light!
Jim Weatherly runs us up the tree dressing all the way to “The Star at the Top of the Tree” with dime-store country synthesizing. It’s magical, and made by Dad… just like Jesus was.
Michael Warner’s corrido “A Star on Top of the Christmas Tree” explains how easy a cheat sheet the tree is: story of Christ… starts with… the star on high!
Breathy jazz from Anja Wintermantel in the amorphous “Star on the Christmas Tree.” The star is the love, the tree is your relationship… but, fear not, the Spanish guitar will lead us to Jesus.
Michael J Handley takes us another jazz route to regret that last night you tried to be the “Star on the Tree.” Lounge comedy with highballs.
Novelty don’t just mean you ain’t heard it before (well, for me, mostly it does). But don’t forget the Way Out There musical offerings. RuPaul embodies the pushed envelope, so here’s herself with “You’re the Star (On My Christmas Tree).” It’s a love song, natch, but in the spirit of queer tit.