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Published on Dec 25, 2008
For anyone alone on Xmas, and you can be alone surrounded by people. The book is Holly Woodlawn's copy of David Bourdon's book on Andy Warhol. Watch high quality full screen or you'll miss some cool details.
Christmas ornaments collide Like glitter down a slide Like twilight on the tide Shining in a divers eyes Under the tree Unopened gifts Bound for the lost and found Tinsel cliffs fallen on the ground Its warm inside but she shivers outside Staring at Christmas lights Counting the burn outs One for each fear And one for each doubt
Looking back at all the Xmases And the things she had to be Shed get what she expected But never what shed need Trying to make it happen again That one good time Yeah it was shallow but Somehow strangely sublime
Consumerism ad nauseum On Xmas day Feeling like a stray Alone on Xmas day
How does it live? They gotta kill it If its empty, they will fill it Is it fine? Make it coarse Spoil innocence with remorse If its pure, theyll pollute it Is it honest? They lie about it If its real, they fake it If its strong they will break it But one stray got away Finding out its okay Alone on Xmas day
When the options were weighed There was no reason to stay She was lucky She got away Feeling like a stray Finding out its okay Alone on Xmas day
Feeling like a stray Finding out its okay Alone on Xmas day
Nothings ever satisfying Whoever said otherwise was lying Dont bother denying Like forests on our curbs drying Theres no use crying about dying When the thing about living is The thing about living is The beauty is in the trying The beauty is in the trying
Tamra = vocals Ronnie = echo guitar Lita Penaherrera = keyboards Justin Citron - guitar Margaret Maldonado - bass Ken Schalk = drums Video by Darren Carter