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Jingle Bells

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This article is about the version in "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)". For other versions, see Jingle Bells.
"Jingle Bells"
Jingle Bells ($pringfield).png
Song Information
Singers: Robert Goulet
Nancy Cartwright
Harry Shearer
Pamela Hayden
Characters: Robert Goulet, Bart Simpson, Milhouse, Nelson, Mr. Burns, and Waylon Smithers, Jr.
Length: 0:45
Writer(s): Original: James Lord Pierpont
Parody lyrics: Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield
Appearance(s): "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)"

"Jingle Bells" is a song sung by Robert Goulet, featuring speech from Bart Simpson, Milhouse, Nelson, Mr. Burns, and Waylon Smithers, Jr..


Episode version[edit]

Jingle bells, Batman smells,
Robin laid an egg.
Batmobile lost its wheel
And Joker got away. Hey!
Thank you! And merry Christmas !!!

Album version[edit]

Robert Goulet:
Hi. You from the casino?
Bart Simpson:
I'm from a casino.
Robert Goulet:
Good enough. Let's go.
Waylon Smithers, Jr.:
I'm afraid Robert Goulet hasn't arrived yet, sir.
Mr. Burns:
Hmm. Very well. Begin the thawing of Jim Nabors.
Robert Goulet:
Are you sure this is the casino? I think I should call my manager.
Nelson Muntz:
Your manager says for you to shut up!
Robert Goulet:
Vera said that? Huh.
Robert Goulet:
Jingle bells Batman smells
Robin laid an egg
Batmobile lost its wheel
and The Joker got away, hey
Robert Goulet:
Thank you!
Thank you very much.
Robert Goulet:
Oh, I'm sorry, kid.


Behind the Laughter[edit]

It's the seventh track on the album Songs in the Key of Springfield.