It's hard not to get a little Grinchy right around this time of year, but perhaps this "Star Wars"-themed Christmas lights extravaganza will warm the cockles of your heart.
Tom BetGeorge, who teaches at the Conservatory in Oakland and Centerville Presbyterian Church in Fremont, decorated his home with approximately 100,000 lights carefully choreographed to John Williams's epic themes for "Star Wars." There's a giant piano and guitar that light up with the correct notes, as well as candy canes, a giant Christmas tree, singing faces, a working drum set, and beams of light that change colors and blink in time with the themes.
BetGeorge told Yahoo that the entire display took around 1,000 hours to build, which included building the various props by hand. If you're wondering what his neighbors think about this wild holiday display, BetGeorge wrote on YouTube, "The beams can be seen for miles but I went out of my way to avoid shining the beams on houses and flight paths. The neighbors are very supportive especially since I use the display to raise money for the poor and homeless through my church."
BetGeorge also has a "Let It Go"-themed lights show, which you can see below.