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Posted by shanoah on December 24, 2008

I suppose Alvin and the Chipmunks is traditional, if not as minions of hell.

I was torn between two songs. I’m playing both anyways, but I wasn’t sure which one to do today. I ultimately decided to play the Waitresses today:

Christmas Wrapping – The Waitresses

This is a great song by a band that’s otherwise unremembered. Oh, they also did “I Know What Boys Like”. This about pins my mood this Christmas, aside from the romantic plot. I haven’t sent out cards, and haven’t even bought presents for half my short Christmas list.

Oh well, receiving late gifts from me isn’t exactly untypical. I’d rather just drop Christmas and give people gifts at random times of the year, anyways. It’d feel more honest.

This is the short version of the song, btw. I prefer the long version, but I liked the video better on this one.

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