Every holiday season, the popular song "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" is played on radio stations and in homes across America. Now the tune, which was originally recorded by 13-year-old Jimmy Boyd in 1952, is getting a modern-day revamp.
The new adaptation -- "I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus" -- focuses on a same-sex couple and is centered upon the same theme as the original. The project, produced by Gay Family Values and Sean Chapin Productions, will surely raise some eyebrows. The video opens with two children and three men (two of the adults are the kids' fathers) sitting around the dinner table.
One of the kids -- a little girl -- asks, "Daddy, who's Santa Claus?" One of the fathers starts to explain who Santa is, but his partner interrupts and explains that the third male -- presumably a friend of the family -- knows Santa personally. So, the friend begins to tell the kids about Santa (he even shows them how to put out milk and cookies). The friend then leaves and the family goes to sleep.
Around 1:40, a child begins singing the "I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus" lyrics and the night-time kiss scene begins to unfold. One of the fathers dresses up as Santa and, well, you can probably guess how the rest of the music video/story goes.
Watch it, below:
Update: There was apparently another version (a parody) of "I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus" produced back in 1985. The song was put together by comedian Kip Addotta. Listen to it, below:
(H/T: Huffington Post)