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'''Thanksgiving''' is a song by Nicole Westbrook about the joys of Thanksgiving and the importance of giving thanks and eating [[food]]. This song is said by some to be the successor to [[Rebecca Black]]'s [[It's Friday|Friday]], as both have become highly popular for their deeply intellectual and spiritual treatment of their chosen topics. "Thanksgiving" was written and staged by the well-known music pioneer Patrice Wilson and his {{w|ARK Music Factory}}, also the producers of "Friday".
'''[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSBq8geuJk0 Thanksgiving]''' is the <font color=red>worst song ever</font> featuring the little-known twelve-year-old [[whore|attention whore]] Nicole Westbrook. She has been placed on the [[FBI]]'s Top Ten Most Wanted list and is currently being hunted down for ruining a perfectly good holiday with her shitty music. Better alive than else, the reward for her capture is one dollar and twenty-five cents, which is all the FBI could cough up after paying off those [[hooker|hookers]].
 
   
==The song==
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==Lyrics and analysis==
"Thanksgiving" was written and staged by the already [[hate|well-known]] "music" pioneer and prominent she-male Patrice Wilson and his [[sweatshop|ARK Music Factory]] (the same people who blessed us with the now-critically acclaimed best-selling [[It's_Friday|Friday]] by [[Rebecca Black]], an equally <b>shitty</b> music artist). The song's powerful message is as follows:
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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Oh oh oh
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Oh oh oh
 
Oh oh oh
 
Oh oh oh, oh yeah
 
Oh oh oh, oh yeah
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Oh oh oh
 
Oh oh oh
 
Alright
 
Alright
Come on|User:Aimsplode/Thanksgiving (Nicole Westbrook song)|Thanksgiving's lyrics, in full}}
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Come on
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</poem>
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This verse appears to be entirely filler text, but in fact it is a highly spiritual passage intended to prepare the listener for what is to follow. It may be likened to Hindu mantras.
   
These words describe the passionate, deep <s>orgasms</s> <u>Thanksgiving traditions</u> of the Westbrook family. Many of the viewers of the video on [[YouTube]] expressed their love for Nicole's meaningful lyrics:
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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I'm wide awake
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And I should take
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A step and say thank you, thank you
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For the things you've done, and what you did
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Oh yeah, ooh yeah
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</poem>
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In case the listener was not aware that Westbrook was wide awake (perhaps she was singing in her sleep?), she generously alleviates any potential confusion. She then describes various things that she ''should'' do, but does not say she is actually doing them. The listener is supposed to be able to infer who 'you' refers to and what 'the things you've done' are--anyone who fails to infer this must not have been paying attention to the subtext.
   
{{quote|I love this song so much, it makes me want to cry. You go Nicole!|Slut|Nicole's mother|"Thanksgiving"}}
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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December was Christmas
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January was New Year's
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April was Easter
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And the Fourth of July but now it's Thanksgiving
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</poem>
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This verse enumerates several holidays that come before Thanksgiving, reflecting on the passage of time and inviting the listener to consider how quickly time flies and the importance of enjoying the holidays while they last. It also points out the little-known fact that Easter and the Fourth of July both occur in April.
   
{{quote|This is teh best song evarr!!!1!1!!!1111!!|Rebecca Black|Rebbeca Black|"Thanksgiving"}}
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
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We we we, we're gonna have a good time
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
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We we we are gonna have a good time
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With the turkey (ey!)
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And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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We we we, are gonna have a good time
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We need the turkey (ey!)
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And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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It's Thanksgiving
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It's Thanksgiving
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</poem>
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This verse describes the main highlights of Thanksgiving: turkey and mashed potatoes. It underscores the significance of having a good time and what is required to achieve it. An integral part of the description is the innovative technique of repeating all the lines twice; this ensures that the listener catches the important message, though it falls short of the three repetitions required to make it truly sink in.
   
Nicole earlier released a video in 2011 claiming that her father had died of asbestos from the [[9/11|9/11 attacks]], we now know this is not true, as her father's death certificate stated "death by smelling Eau de Pato, also known as mustard gas."
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
One might think this would have prevented Mr. Westbrook from commenting on his daughter's new [[trash|video]], yet he did anyway:
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You know school is out
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I can't wait
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I can shout thank you, thank you, thank you
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No matter what you do, no matter what you say
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This is my favorite day
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</poem>
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Here we discover what there is to give thanks for: that school is out. This is also the reason that it's Westbrook's favourite day. Other people usually have other things to give thanks for, but they pale in comparison with school being out.
   
{{quote|I'm burning in Hell right now for creating you, and now that you produced this sh*t, you're coming with me!|Satan|Mr. Westrook|his daughter's flaming pile of [[shit]].}}
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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December was Christmas
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January was New Year's
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April was Easter
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And the Fourth of July but now it's Thanksgiving
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</poem>
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This verse repeats an earlier verse to assist with driving home the message and aid the comprehension of those listeners who were not paying attention the first time around.
   
==The video==
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
The official music video for "Thanksgiving" features Nicole going through the motions of a boring and drab Thanksgiving holiday.
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
NAW! Just kiddin'. That would be too good of a video. Let's see what really happened:
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We we we, we're gonna have a good time
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
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We we we, are gonna have a good time
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With the turkey (ey!)
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And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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We we we, are gonna have a good time
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With the turkey (ey!)
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And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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It's Thanksgiving
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It's Thanksgiving
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</poem>
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This verse, too, repeats an earlier verse. The song appears to have more than one chorus; this is a sign of the creativity and willingness to think outside the box that define modern music.
   
The beginning of the video starts with a sliding view of a November 2013 calendar (even though this video was released 15 days before Thanksgiving 2012). Nicole than picks up a Sharpie and crosses out the date for Thanksgiving 2013, which is odd, because unless she can time-travel... Moving along. Nicole than has several repeated mini-seizures or quick orgasms with no stimulation, as she continually utters "oh oh oh" for approximately 10 seconds. A wide awake Nicole says "I'm wide awake" and than utters some placeholder lines that rhyme with the first line as to create a good run-up to the chorus. One might also note that Nicole's face looks like a mirror coated in Canola oil for the duration of these lines.
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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Yo, it's Thanksgiving-givin' and I'm tryin' to be forgivin'
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Nothing is forbidden, you know we gotta have it
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I gotta give thanks to you, and you, and you
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Can't be hateful, gotta be grateful
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Gotta be grateful, can't be hateful
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Mashed potatoes on my, on my table
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I got ribs smelling' up my neighbors' cribs
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Havin' good times, we be laughin' 'til we cry
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</poem>
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The seemingly awkward rhyming structure is yet another foray into innovation. Again, the listener is supposed to be able to guess who 'you' refers to, though one may safely assume that there are at least three. Three is an important number in the Bible, so this is yet another sign of the spirituality that pervades this song. The next lines are another example of repetition, but they use the technique known as chiasmus, which helps to catch the listener's interest. The final lines of the verse describe more food items that further add to the good times had at Thanksgiving, though it appears the ribs may be engaging in pedophilia.
   
The chorus is a lyrically retarded run-over of a select few holidays (only the [[Christian]] and [[American]] ones). This transitions to a scene where Nicole, un-supervised, makes her own mashed potatoes, stuffing, and bakes her own turkey (on an unrelated note, the head of the FDA resigned shortly after "Thanksgiving" was released), which is a great way to shove children's integrity back in the world's face. This scene's lyrics are repeated fifteen times until Nicole passed out while shooting the video. Next scene.
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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It's Thanks, Thanks, Thanksgiving
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Come on
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It's Thanks, Thanks, Thanksgiving
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Give 'em thanks, y'all
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</poem>
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This verse reminds the listener which holiday the song is talking about, and requests that he too give thanks for the blessing of not having to go to school.
   
Nicole reminds us that her favorite holiday is _____, at which point Pato (Patrice's <u><i>catchy</i></u> nickname) dives in just and cuts her off with the chorus. Nicole begins spazzing out (in this case referred to as "rapping") after a prayer at the Thanksgiving table, and proudly proclaims that she has mutha-fuckin' MASHED POTATOES on her TABLE! The shit, man!
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<poem style="font-style: italic; margin-left: 1em">
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
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We we we, we're gonna have a good time
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Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
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We we we, are gonna have a good time
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With the turkey (ey!)
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And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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We we we, are gonna have a good time
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With the turkey (ey!)
  +
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
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It's Thanksgiving
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It's Thanksgiving
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</poem>
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This verse--last but not least--has now been repeated three times, in accordance with the old adage that anything said three times becomes true.
   
Then the song ends, and the person listening either immediately shakes their head in disgust or dies. There is no positive reaction to this masterpiece of despise. Just sorrow and mourning for the death of our good music industry since the early 2000s. RIP, good music, RIP...From the beginning of time-2000. RIP...
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==See also==
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*[[It's Friday]]
   
[[Category:Thanksgiving]][[Category:Songs]]
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[[Category:Thanksgiving]]
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[[Category:Songs]]

Latest revision as of 11:01, October 18, 2014

Thanksgiving-NicoleWestbrook

Westbrook using a turkey leg as a microphone in the music video. This act of transsubstantiation demonstrates the magic of Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is a song by Nicole Westbrook about the joys of Thanksgiving and the importance of giving thanks and eating food. This song is said by some to be the successor to Rebecca Black's Friday, as both have become highly popular for their deeply intellectual and spiritual treatment of their chosen topics. "Thanksgiving" was written and staged by the well-known music pioneer Patrice Wilson and his ARK Music Factory, also the producers of "Friday".

edit Lyrics and analysis

Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh, oh yeah
Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh
Alright
Come on

This verse appears to be entirely filler text, but in fact it is a highly spiritual passage intended to prepare the listener for what is to follow. It may be likened to Hindu mantras.

I'm wide awake
And I should take
A step and say thank you, thank you
For the things you've done, and what you did
Oh yeah, ooh yeah

In case the listener was not aware that Westbrook was wide awake (perhaps she was singing in her sleep?), she generously alleviates any potential confusion. She then describes various things that she should do, but does not say she is actually doing them. The listener is supposed to be able to infer who 'you' refers to and what 'the things you've done' are--anyone who fails to infer this must not have been paying attention to the subtext.

December was Christmas
January was New Year's
April was Easter
And the Fourth of July but now it's Thanksgiving

This verse enumerates several holidays that come before Thanksgiving, reflecting on the passage of time and inviting the listener to consider how quickly time flies and the importance of enjoying the holidays while they last. It also points out the little-known fact that Easter and the Fourth of July both occur in April.

Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we, we're gonna have a good time
Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we are gonna have a good time
With the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
We we we, are gonna have a good time
We need the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
It's Thanksgiving
It's Thanksgiving

This verse describes the main highlights of Thanksgiving: turkey and mashed potatoes. It underscores the significance of having a good time and what is required to achieve it. An integral part of the description is the innovative technique of repeating all the lines twice; this ensures that the listener catches the important message, though it falls short of the three repetitions required to make it truly sink in.

You know school is out
I can't wait
I can shout thank you, thank you, thank you
No matter what you do, no matter what you say
This is my favorite day

Here we discover what there is to give thanks for: that school is out. This is also the reason that it's Westbrook's favourite day. Other people usually have other things to give thanks for, but they pale in comparison with school being out.

December was Christmas
January was New Year's
April was Easter
And the Fourth of July but now it's Thanksgiving

This verse repeats an earlier verse to assist with driving home the message and aid the comprehension of those listeners who were not paying attention the first time around.

Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we, we're gonna have a good time
Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we, are gonna have a good time
With the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
We we we, are gonna have a good time
With the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
It's Thanksgiving
It's Thanksgiving

This verse, too, repeats an earlier verse. The song appears to have more than one chorus; this is a sign of the creativity and willingness to think outside the box that define modern music.

Yo, it's Thanksgiving-givin' and I'm tryin' to be forgivin'
Nothing is forbidden, you know we gotta have it
I gotta give thanks to you, and you, and you
Can't be hateful, gotta be grateful
Gotta be grateful, can't be hateful
Mashed potatoes on my, on my table
I got ribs smelling' up my neighbors' cribs
Havin' good times, we be laughin' 'til we cry

The seemingly awkward rhyming structure is yet another foray into innovation. Again, the listener is supposed to be able to guess who 'you' refers to, though one may safely assume that there are at least three. Three is an important number in the Bible, so this is yet another sign of the spirituality that pervades this song. The next lines are another example of repetition, but they use the technique known as chiasmus, which helps to catch the listener's interest. The final lines of the verse describe more food items that further add to the good times had at Thanksgiving, though it appears the ribs may be engaging in pedophilia.

It's Thanks, Thanks, Thanksgiving
Come on
It's Thanks, Thanks, Thanksgiving
Give 'em thanks, y'all

This verse reminds the listener which holiday the song is talking about, and requests that he too give thanks for the blessing of not having to go to school.

Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we, we're gonna have a good time
Oh oh oh, it's Thanksgiving
We we we, are gonna have a good time
With the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
We we we, are gonna have a good time
With the turkey (ey!)
And mashed potatoes (ey!)
It's Thanksgiving
It's Thanksgiving

This verse--last but not least--has now been repeated three times, in accordance with the old adage that anything said three times becomes true.

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