Spoiled one got your heart set
Hoping for a brand new bike
Getting anxious just you wait and see
Mommy please, everybody's got one
I hope you like working 'cause it's never gonna come
You promised me
(Someone's telling lies)
They used to lie to me
(Someone's telling lies)
Expectation from the chimney
(Freaking disguise)
Because with lots to see
Tinsel dreams of what they promised me
(I'm on a merry go mission with a carousel team)
I hate to be the one
There is no Santa Claus
No Santa Claus
I hate to be the one that tells you
Don't believe in phony fairy tales
Gamma ray gun space flight to six ten
Flying over your head headed straight to your friend
Tou're so lucky
Now you're all grown up with a badge and a gun
Fighting crime in december brings you tainted memories
(If you got what you wanted then you might be..... nice)
You'll get your christmas wish when you sleep with a fish
I hate to be the one
There is no Santa Claus
I hate to be the one that tells
You don't believe in phony fairy tales
Space flight to six ten so holiday cheer to the fine reindeer
And all the other crap that goes with that I'm sorry to say
So be careful whose lap you sit upon
You just might turn Kris Kringle on
Your whispers they may, may, may
You'll get your christmas wish when you sleep with a fish


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Santa's Creepy Secret song meanings
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    General CommentIf I had to name a favourite Xmas song, it'd be this one.

    Portrays the darker side of Xmas..the high chance of disappointment, pedophilia, and the fact that war and violent crime persist during the holiday season.

    "I'm on a merry-go mission with a carousel team" -- possible reference to Carousel in the film adaptation of Logan's Run. In the book and movie, overpopulation is dealt with by having people over 30 terminated; in the film, they are expected to travel to a place where they will supposedly undergo the ritual of "Carnival" which somehow renews them but in reality they're just killed. Ties in with the theme of youth and the disappointment that growing older and wiser often brings.
    Rachel Summerson December 17, 2007   Link

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