"French Canada" is a song sung by the French Canadians in the Season Seven episode, "It's Christmas in Canada".


The citizens of French Canada, which mainly reside in the province of Quebec, believe they are superior to other parts of Canada. Ironically, this song is sung by a mime, which is unusual because they are traditionally not supposed to speak while performing.


There's no Canada like French Canada,
It's the best Canada in the land.
The other Canada is hardly Canada.
If you lived here for a day, you'd understand.

There's no Canada like French Canada.
It's the best Canada in the land.
And the other Canada is a bullshit Canada!
If you lived here for a day, you'd understand.
I think you'd understand.
You understand.

Songs from Season Seven
All Out of Love | All Things Just Keep Getting Better | Bleeding Heart Rock Protest Song vs. Pro War Country Song | Blowing Smoke | Casa Bonita | Cigarettes All Hidey Lidey Day | Crips and Bloods | Ding Dong They Caught Saddam | Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone) | Follow the Only Road | French Canada | Greensleeves | If You Leave Me Now | Jarabe Tapatío | Jesus, Baby | Joseph Smith Was Called a Prophet | Living in America | Love Is a Battlefield | Make a Run for the Border | School Days | Shock the Monkey | Taco Flavored Kisses for My Ben | Taco Flavored Kisses | Welcome Friends to Canada | YMCA

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Seven | Season Seven

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