Hold My Gloves: Netflix Just Released A "Carol" Singalong For The Holidays

"Hark we group of Carols sing, with my queen who needs a king?"

Hold my gloves and fling me out of space — Lesbian Christmas has come early.

NetflixFilm released a Carol Movie Sing-Along series on Tuesday that will put you right in the holiday spirit.

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Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara unfortunately do not appear in the musical numbers, and it's no Carol sequel, but we'll take it.

Instead, a group of Carol and Therese impersonators gather round to sing some reimagined holiday classics, like "Hark! The Herald Carols Sing." Let's take a closer look at the lyrics:

Strange but lovely, flung from space
This, which started with a glove
Has Transformed into true love.

Hark! We group of Carols sing:
With my queen who needs a king?

And how can we forget about "Auld Lang Syne"?

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Should old acquaintance be forgot
And Harge pushed out of mind
should old acquaintance be forgot
And Richard's love declined
For auld lang syne, Therese
For auld lang syne
We'll end things with those awful men
For auld lang syne

And that old favorite, "Away in a Toy Shop":

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Away in a toy shop a Santa hat on her head
A nervous Therese saw Carol and turned red
The gloves in her hand on the counter they'll stay
Ensuring she'll see sweet Therese one more day

Over their phonecalls each heart does ache
But little do either know just what's at stake
One day in a toy shop is where they did meet
And Waterloo is where they'll share something sweet

Be sure to check out these other smash hits like "I Saw Carol & Therese" and "The 12 Days of Christmas."

On the second day of Carolmas my true love gave to me
Two brown gloves and an olive atop a martini!

Honestly, whoever wrote these lyrics deserves every award.

So, there you have it. A new holiday tradition is born. Gather around and sing a few ~Carols~ with your sweetheart. Happy Carolmas, darlings.

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