Rebel Wilson and Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show; Photo: NBC

Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Tuesday (December 19) to sing Christmas songs filtered through Google Translate. For those who’ve used the service, it’s common knowledge that the results can vary drastically; comical even, which is why Fallon has used it before as a cheeky skit.

Since it’s the Christmas season Fallon asked Wilson to sing the classic song “Deck the Halls,” which translated to “The Homes are Covered.” The Roots laid out the beat, and in a piercing falsetto Wilson went in head first. Instead of “Deck the Halls with Bells of Holly” the lyrics were translated to “The Homes are Covered with the bush.”

Other strange translations include:

It’s a happy weather event (‘Tis the season to be jolly)
Let us wear untroubled garments (Don we now out gay apparel)
And Ancient sparrows fight with Carol (Troll the ancient Yuletide carol)

Not to be outdone Jimmy Fallon performed “Jingle Bells,” which translated to “Bells Make Sounds.” Highlights include:

Escaping from ice (Dashing through the snow)
A horse jumps on its foot (In a one-horse open sleigh)
And we compete in grass (O’er the fields we go)

The skit of course wouldn’t be complete without a duet. Wilson and Fallon combined their efforts to sing “Walking in a Winter Wonderland,” which translated to “I Ran Through the Land of Cold Unknowns.”

Wilson starts with “The car yells, can you hear it? (Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? and then Fallon helped with the verses, singing:

It looks quite good, we feel good today (A beautiful sight, we’re happy tonight)
I ran through the land of cold unknowns (Walking in a winter wonderland)

Fallon has done this several times before, with Idris Elba, Miley Cyrus and Anne Hathaway. Each time was as corny as the last, but then again that’s what makes him the perfect Tonight Show host. A mild dose of comedy that’ll help put America to bed.