Something About A Song

I was headed into the recording studio to begin work on a Christmas CD. I started noodling with a song that would eventually end up being about Theresa and I. It didn't start out to be a funny song. In fact, it was supposed to be a song about someone who prefered to be alone at Christmas, but when I wrote the first line - "I love her, she loves me" - I realized it could only end up being about us. It just had to. Me & Theresa Underneath The Mistletoe pretty much describes the fun side of our relationship after 27 years of marriage - full of kazoos and craziness.

Me & Theresa was released on my Year 2000 recording for adults and children, I Wish You Were Here For Christmas. It's available somewhere out here on the World Wide Web so do a search and buy a copy would you please?

This song is available as a demo to serious music publishers and recording artists.

Me & Theresa Underneath The Mistletoe

Well, I love her and she loves me
we don't need presents we don't need no Christmas Tree
no colored lights or starry nights or fallin' snow, oh no
all's we need's a tiny sprig of mistletoe.

I know you're thinkin', Hey Duncan what's her name?
well, you spell it T-H-E-R-E-S-A
she's my little Christmas Elf, my sugar plum, oh yeah
she's my poinsetta every year when Christmas comes

So don't call my name
don't ring my phone
it's Christmas Time
and we just wanna be alone
if you hear smoochin'
turn your hearin' aid down low
cos don'tcha know
it's me an' Theresa underneath the mistletoe.

Hey Santa Claus, just pass me by
we got the lights turned low and love is in our eyes
we got the record player playin' Barry Manilow
Me and Theresa underneath the mistletoe

So don't call my name
don't ring my phone
it's Christmas Time
and we just wanna be alone
if you hear smoochin'
turn your hearin' aid down low
cos don'tcha know
it's me an' Theresa underneath the mistletoe.