By Staff; Photo by Chapman Baehler on December 18, 2012
If there's one thing that "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer" ever taught us, it's that Santa Claus ruins lives. He already took away your dear grandma, but this season, he's interested in your girl.
Listen to the grand and addictive Christmas tune, "Santa Stole My Lady"—by Los Angeles' own soul/pop sextet, Fitz & The Tantrums—and pay attention to every word uttered, in order to prevent Santa's malicious madness from spreading.
For starters, heed Fitz's advice near the song's conclusion: "you better hide your mistletoe/break out your fire hose/fellas, hold your ladies close/or before you know, you'll be all alone."
Man, for someone who manages to squeeze down chimneys with ease, Santa sure is one hell of a homewrecker!
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