"Dead Christmas" as written by and David Wyndorf....
I crept up on my baby, I laid down on my town
I found a shrinking violet, I crushed it into the ground
I felt the heart of forever, I held it over my head
I said fuck you on Christmas, and then they put me to bed
And I'm never gonna tell you why

I got my face in the furnace, I got my snake in a sleeve
God's drowned in a bowl of cereal, I have to ask you to leave
Roll up your expectations, and feed them into my sleep
I'll ask the master cylinder what kind of cookies he eats
And I'm never gonna tell you why

Sometimes my soul just moves so slow
Like a dream of diesel heart that just won't go
There's a light that used to shine
I breathed it all the time
Now I wait on the edge of Mars
But it just don't show, yeah

I'll see you around babe
I'll see you around babe
I'll see you around babe
I'll see you around babe

So long here babe
So long here babe
So long here babe
So long here babe yea

Babe yea
Babe yea
Babe yea
Babe yea
Babe yea

I'll see you around babe
I'll see you around babe


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"Dead Christmas" as written by David Wyndorf

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    General CommentAnother Wyndorifian tream of consciousness lyric. Dunno bout the christmas thing neither, but here I am, sitting in front of the screen singing this song with a guitar , on the 24th of December. I'll see you around....
    Jungle_razzon December 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSweet song first of all. The song is basically about him breaking up and having no guilt or remorse about his actions. "And I'm never gonna tell you why"
    BraidenJaeon December 29, 2007   Link
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    General CommentSome of the synth sounds like Walking On The Sun by Smashmouth. Wierd.
    road_rascalon October 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWeird this song sounds a lot like "I couldn't get high" by the Fugs.
    pallybearon April 18, 2010   Link

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