Whats that one song from the movie Bad Santa?

That one song with the piano that begins when the film starts with bad santa talking about how **** up his life is, in the bar drinking with the credits rolling, then he throws up outside.

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that other song where the kid kicks the blonde kid in the nuts at the end

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    imdb lists these -- i could tell you which if i saw the movie again, but:

    # "Nocturne No. 2 in E-Flat Minor, Op. 9 No.2"

    (1830-1)

    Written by Frédéric Chopin (as Frederick Chopin)

    Performed by Idil Biret, piano

    Courtesy of Naxos by arrangement with Source/Q

    # "Up on the House Top"

    (1866)

    Written by Benjamin Russell Hanby

    Performed by Eddy Arnold

    Courtesy of RCA Records Label Nashville

    Under License from BMG Film & Television Music

    # "Jingle Bell Rock"

    (1957)

    Written by Joseph Beal and James Boothe

    Performed by Bobby Sherman

    Courtesy of Bobby Sherman Enterprises, Inc.

    # "Please Come Home for Christmas"

    (1960)

    Written by Charles Brown and Gene Redd

    Performed by Sawyer Brown

    Courtesy of Curb Records, Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing

    # "Papa Loves Mambo"

    (1954)

    Written by Al Hoffman, Dick Manning and Bickley Reichner

    Performed by Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra

    Courtesy of Island Def Jam Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    # "Holly Jolly Christmas"

    (1962)

    Written by Johnny Marks

    Performed by Burl Ives

    Courtesy of MCA Records

    Under License from Universal Music Enterprises

    # "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow"

    (1945)

    Written by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn

    Performed by Dean Martin

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under License from EMI Film & Television Music

    # "Deck the Halls"

    Traditional

    Arrangement by Tommy Newsom

    Performed by Boots Randolph

    Courtesy of LaserLight Digital and Buster Ann Music

    By Arrangement with Source/Q

    # "Jingle Bells"

    (1857)

    Traditional

    Written by James Pierpont (uncredited)

    Performed by Ricky Nelson

    Courtesy of Rick Nelson Company

    # "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear"

    (1850)

    Traditional

    Music by Richard Storrs Willis (1850) (uncredited)

    Lyrics by Edmund Hamilton Sears (1849) (uncredited)

    Performed by The Symphonette Society

    Courtesy of Unidisc Music

    # "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"

    (1963)

    Written by Eddie Pola (as Edward Pola) and George Wyle

    Performed by Andy Williams

    Courtesy of Barnaby Records, Inc.

    By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing

    # "The Sleeping Beauty, Ballet Suite, Op. 66a (Valse)"

    (1889)

    Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

    Performed by The Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Courtesy of LaserLight Digital

    By Arrangement with Source/Q

    # "Up on the House Top"

    (1866)

    Written by Benjamin Russell Hanby

    Performed by The Cherry Sisters

    Courtesy of Iliad, Inc.

    # "Jazz Suite #2"

    (1938)

    Written by Dmitri Shostakovich (as Dmitrie Dmitrij Shostakovich)

    Performed by The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

    Courtesy of Decca Music Group Ltd.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    # "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

    (1943)

    Written by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin

    Performed by Bing Crosby

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    # "Winter Wonderland"

    (1934)

    Written by Felix Bernard and Richard B. Smith (as Dick Smith)

    Performed by The Symphonette Society

    Courtesy of Unidisc Music, Inc.

    # "Overture"

    (from "Il Barbiere di Siviglia")

    Written by Gioacchino Rossini

    Performed by Zagreb Festival Orchestra

    Conducted by Michael Halasz

    Courtesy of Naxos by arrangement with Source/Q

    # "Anvil Chorus"

    (from "Il Travatore")

    Written by Giuseppe Verdi

    Performed by The Mormon Tabernacle Choir

    Courtesy of Sony Classical

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    # "Seasons Freaklings"

    Written by Bunnygrunt

    Performed by Bunnygrunt

    # "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)"

    (1963)

    Written by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich, and Jeff Barry

    Performed by Swag Music Group featuring Tom Chappell

    Courtesy of Swag Music Group

    # "Habanera"

    (1875) (uncredited)

    from "Carmen"

    Written by Georges Bizet

    Played during the closing credits

    # "Silent Night, Holy Night"

    (1818) (uncredited)

    Music by Franz Gruber

    Lyrics by Joseph Mohr

    Played in the score

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