Rachael from FloridaI actually personally know Joan Javits. Her granddaughter and I have been childhood friends since we were 3 years old and so have my mom and her mom. She's a sweet lady.
Kent from Greensburg, PaI think this has subliminal sexual undertones especially the part about "trimming [the] Christmas tree."
B.l. from Barry, TxLocal legendary DJ Ron Chapman included a remake of this song in a Christmas album he produced several years ago. Most of the lyrics were changed to reflect a Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex setting, but most perplexing was the addition of the lyric "Santa Baby, send angels down every chimney tonight." My question was, and remains now, when did Santa Claus gain the ability to control angels and why would anyone want them coming down their chimney?
Scott from Port Charlotte, FlFor some reason I have a vague memory of Marilyn Monroe singing this in one of her films, does anyone know anything about this?
Eric Feinberg from New York, NyThe best and most innovative version of santa baby is sung by cynthia basinet in the late 1990's and is as fresh today as it was in 1999. Cynthia's version was featured in the movie party monster.
Mike from Santa Barbara, CaThis is one of the most clever novelty songs of the 1950's.