Robin Grimmond

Robin Grimmond

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Folk - Country | dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom
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4

Song Description

As above

Story Behind the Song

A non traditional Christmas

Lyrics

Christmas Is Almost Here


Christmas is almost here
Just recovering from last year
Going to be a struggle no doubt
Credit cards are all maxed out

Its always chaos as it draws close
A week to go and I'm toast
What makes it worse is that I'm a post...man


Christmas is almost here again
I can't find any bargains
The family is even more extended
List of presents is never ending

Already running out of time
The bells won't ring, the chimes don't chime
And now I've just incurred a parking fine


Bridge


Why does it always have to be this way ?
All this panic and upset for a single day


Verse


Christmas has almost come
Everybody's stressed out and some
Turkeys are in short supply
The kids overheard, start to cry

The oven's just gone on the blink
The cooker's also on the brink
Looks like a microwave job this year, I think


Christmas has almost arrived
This year I'll try not to drink drive
Take the lights out of the box
Plugged them in got an electric shock

The central heating's making a funny noise
Its leaked all over the unwrapped toys
Can't remember where I put the kids' new tortoise

End

Christmas is almost here
Wish that I could disappear


© Robin Grimmond 2018

Song Length
2:36
Genres
Rock - Punk, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Restless

Subject Matter
Regret
Similar Artists
The Ramones, Huntingtons
Language
English

Lyric Credits robin grimmond
Music Credits robin grimmond
Producer Credits Nigel Cuff
Performance Credits Nigel Cuff