Rudolph the red-nosed rebel

the Lürxx 2021, England

This song exposes the "success" story of Rudolph as the toxic narrative it really is:

Someone is bullied because they look different from the rest. Then one day, an authority figure (Santa) - who has so far never felt it necessary to step in and stop the bullying - finds that this odd reindeer's identifying feature can be of use to his plans. Once Rudolph is USEFUL and endorsed by the authority, all his peers "love" him...

How is this a positive story?! Everyone should just be accepted for who they are and not rated because they are "useful"! Our song lets Rudolph speak up for himself and turn his back on the whole Santa franchise!

A misfit from the day I was born

Never fit in with Santa and his gang

They made it clear they didn't want me around

Never let me play their games, they called me "clown"

 

Oh, it used to get me down

It used to get me down

It used to get me

Oh, they used to get me down

They used to call me clown

They used to get me down

 

My name's Rudolph

And I'm a fuckin' reindeer

I'm a fuckin' reindeer with a red, red nose

My name's Rudolph

And I'm a fuckin' reindeer

I'm a fuckin' reindeer with a red, red nose

 

After many years of abuse

All of a sudden I was of some use:

One night Santa said: "Hey! I can't see

Now that Rudolph can do something for me!"

 

Oh, I used to feel obliged

I wanted to feel loved

I wanted love

Oh, I used to feel obliged

I wanted to feel loved

I wanted love so

 

My name's Rudolph

And I'm a fuckin' rebel

I'm a fuckin' rebel with a red, red nose

My name's Rudolph

And I'm a fuckin' rebel

I'm a fuckin' rebel with a red, red nose

 

Now I finally stand up for myself

No more sucking up to the elves

Guys, you can shove your games up your ass

Don't give a fuck if it's foggy, sort out your own crap

 

Oh, I stand up for myself

Go out and kick some ass

Go out and kick some

Oh, I stand up for myself

Go out and kick some ass

Go out and kick some ass