Thursday, November 23, 2017

ENTERTAINMENT: #MUSIC (The 80s) Christmas Wrapping - The Waitresses #ThrowBackThursday


Christmas Wrapping [Extended Ver.] 

~ The Waitresses

Published on Oct 20, 2011Great 80's Christmas song from The Waitresses!Lyrics"Bah, humbug" no, that's too strong' Cause it is my favorite holidayBut all this year's been a busy blur Don't think I have the energyTo add to my already mad rushJust 'cause it's 'tis the seasonThe perfect gift for me would be Completions and connections left fromLast year, ski shoppin' Encounter, most interestingHad his number but never the timeMost of '81 passed along those linesSo deck those halls, trim those treesRaise up cup's of Christmas cheerI just need to catch my breathChristmas by myself this yearCalendar picture, frozen landscapeChilled this room for twenty-four daysEvergreens, sparkling snowGet this winter over withFlashback to springtime, saw him againWould've been good to go for lunchCouldn't agree when we were both freeWe tried, we said we'd keep in touchDidn't, of course, 'til summertimeOut to the beach to his boat could I join him?No, this time it was meSunburn in the third degreeNow the calendar's just one pageAnd, of course, I am excitedTonight's the night, but I've set my mindNot to do too much about itMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas But I think, I'll miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas But I think, I'll miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas But I think, I'll miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas But I think, I'll miss this one this yearHardly dashing through the snow' Cause I bundled up too tightLast minute have to doA few cards a few calls Cause it's "RSVP" No thanks, no party lightsIt's Christmas eve, gonna relaxTurned down all of my invitesLast fall I had a night to myselfSame guy called, Halloween partyWaited all night for him to showThis time his car wouldn't goForget it, it's cold, it's getting lateTrudge on home to celebrateIn a quiet way, unwindDoing Christmas right this time."A&P" has its provided meWith the world's smallest turkeyAlready in the oven, nice and hotOh damn! Guess what I forgot?So on, with the boots, back out in the snowTo the only all-night groceryWhen what to my wondering eyes should appearIn the line is that guy I've been chasing all year "I'm spending this one alone," he said "Need a break, this year's been crazy"I said, "Me too, but why are you? You mean you forgot cranberries too?"Then suddenly we laughed and laughedCaught on to what was happeningThat Christmas magic's brought this taleTo a very happy endingMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this yearMerry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Couldn't miss this one this year
Christmas Wrapping - The Waitresses

The Waitresses were an experimental post-punk band from Akron, Ohio, known for their singles "I Know What Boys Like" and "Christmas Wrapping". Wikipedia

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