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'Santa Baby' By A College Girl

What we really want.

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'Santa Baby' By A College Girl

So maybe Eartha Kitt (the original singer of 'Santa Baby') had other intentions for the song, but both versions share the same fun and games. None the less, if Eartha lived in today's college age I'm sure she'd share some of the same ideas of boy struggles, little searching, and empty wallets.

Santa baby, just slip some money under the tree for me;

I need some gifts for the fam-ily, Santa Baby,

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Santa baby, an extra small university tee, maybe three

It’s for my future Littles and me, Santa Baby,

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Think of all the frat parties I’ve missed,

Think of all the pledges that I haven’t kissed,

Next semester I could be as jolly as you,

If you check off my bucket list.


Santa baby, I really need some time to unwind, you see

My credit card keeps reading declined, Santa baby,

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Santa honey, a small favor is all I that I crave,

The grades ... to boost my low GPA, Santa baby,

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Santa cutie, fill my stocking with some hot glue and tape,

My bar shoes have seen better days, Santa baby,

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Take a shot of Peppermint Schnapps,

With some chocolate syrup, no, honey, it's not on the rocks.

I really do believe you see,

Just the fun girl I can really be.


Santa baby, forgot to mention one more little fav

Tell that boy to step up to the plate,

And ask me on an actual date.

So hurry down the chimney tonight.


Hurry down the chimney tonight,

Like really, though.

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