The band Twisted Sister is responsible for many of the 80's hair bands and lead singer, Dee Snider admitted he also has a softer side.

FOX's Laura Ingle has this week's 'Bonus Track':

(Twisted Sister) "I wanna rock!"

Twisted Sister front man Dee Snider may be known for his rebellious lyrics, but he also has a love of singing his version of Christmas carols and show tunes...

Snider tells me what might surprise people most is that he once penned a song for a very well-known artist:

(Snider) "I wrote a big Christmas song for Celine Dion. Yeah, I actually wrote it for my wife."

Celine Deon heard the song "The Magic of Christmas Day, God Bless Us Everyone" from a sound engineer and wanted to record it. Snider gave his blessing, but asked that his name be changed on the credits so Deon wouldn't bolt. The song went on to sell eight million copies:

(Ingle) "Does Celine know now that you wrote that song?"

(Snider) "I never met her, I've heard rumors that she found out. But it's too late, you can't pull it off the albums! I've cashed the check!"

(Twisted Sister) We're not gonna take it anymore..."

I'm Laura Ingle and that's your Bonus Track.

(FOX News/Laura Ingle)
(FOX News/Laura Ingle)

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