"Champagne" as written by and Kenny/mc Dougald Gorelick....
Tell me again why i'm still here. The choice is simply evolution. Either way, my thin skin makes it a nesscessity to throw on three layers. In every way, I'm responding to this winter: I'm tensing on snowflakes, I'm stumbling over my history. I've never felt like this before. Never. I'm singing for the first time under just one patch of stars. Speaking honestly comes naturally after enough champagne.


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"Champagne" as written by Kenny/mc Dougald Gorelick

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    General CommentTell me again why i'm still here. The choice is simply evolution. Either way, my thin skin makes it a nesscessity to throw on three layers. In every way, I'm responding to this winter: I'm tensing on snowflakes, I'm stumbling over my history. I've never felt like this before. Never. I'm singing for the first time under just one patch of stars. Speaking honestly comes naturally after enough champaigne.
    Joeyyyyon November 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThose ones I just posted are the correct lyrics, Icanse you couldn't tell.
    Joeyyyyon November 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is amazing
    remembermaineon June 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commentare you sure it's "tensing"? it sounds like "tipsy" to me, which would make sense.

    this is beautiful, it just meanders along gently in its flow of ideas like your mind does in those odd calm, content reflective moments that you get now and then.
    nedologiston May 12, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti'm about 98% sure the song is titled "Champaign", because this band is from Urbana-Champaign, and Polyvinyl says so. i think it's a clever play on the lyrics they did since they didn't think they'd ever release this.
    ihaverocketlegson November 13, 2010   Link

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