COLUMBIA, Tenn. - Nobody likes getting pulled over by the police for speeding. Most people will do just about anything to get themselves out of a hefty fine and a mark on their driving record. This holiday season, authorities in Tennessee are giving speeding motorists the chance to sing their way out of trouble. The town judge continues to follow a three-year tradition on the last court date before Christmas by letting speed violators off the hook if they pipe-out various Christmas carols. Those who sang and donated five canned goods to the Harvest Food Share had their tickets dismissed with no points put on their driving record.