Meghan Trainor’s hit off her debut album became a strong candidate for “Song of the Summer”… in a negative review, Time named “All About That Bass” as the fifth worst song of the year… with 16 weeks in total it holds the record for total most weeks in number one at the Slovenian official singles charts SloTop50… received Grammy Award nominations for Record of the Year and Song of the Year… spent eight weeks atop the US Billboard Hot 100… topped the charts in 20 other countries, including Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United Kingdom… sold 11 million units worldwide… the third best-selling song of 2014 and one of the best-selling singles of all time.
Girls of Suburbia honor Santa’s size in their parody of no clever name.
Streator High School love/hate Santa’s girth with “All About that Waist.” Kids today!
Jennifer Rose gets a bit more lascivious with the chubby chasing in “I Love My Santa Claus,” shimmying and gyrating like this is a ‘Santa Baby’ parody. (Hang on, a plate of burger and fries for Santa?!)
LindZ Owen plays sultry to Santa as well to get “On the Nice List.” Nice hair brush vocals.
shayshaymb approaches Santa from another side with “All About that Beard.” Is that all that saint is to you?
Richard Peachey dips shallowly for “All About that Base” honoring the Christmas tree stand. Mmmm–maybe.
Nisah (for Mig Me) changes the subject with “All About the Feast.” You know it’s a feast when there’s pasta, and rice, and fries.
curveball111 throws the food topic into another court with “I Wanna Stuff My Face” full of latkes. Oi, oil.
Mission Church Ventura make the best of their talent pool with their secular crit and religious twist: “All About that Baby.”
Faith Promise Church likes presents and trees as much as the baby king with “All About that Bass – Christmas Remix.” Bass here is the low sound of that pop guitar playing (i guess).
Allegra DelRossi (and family) feature Jesus in “All About that Babe,” a Christmas song that piggybacks on religion.
Vapid blond devotees shake it for “All About the Christ” starring Heather Krol. That million mile stare creeps the bajeepers outta me, though.
Notching the cross up a bit AJ Sheffield go high with “All About the Christ” apparently recorded on a flip phone, but skitted out by frolicsome teen believers. (Why does Mary have a knitted beard?)
Aubrey Howell gets the idea of parody with “All About that List.” I like it because it’s heartfelt fun.