• Artist: The Grip Weeds
  • Title: For The Holidays
  • Genre: Production - Christmas/Holiday, Rock - Indie Rock
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/16/2013
  • Lyric themes: Sadness Depression, Missing a Loved One, Accidental Death, Awakening/Enlightenment, Sentimental, Fighting Arguing
  • Lyrics: Cold winter nights glow with Holiday cheer future’s so bright with a happy new year but since you’ve gone I’m alone in this town mistletoe’s hung up but I’m upside down take me back in time for the holidays christmastime isn’t the same without you take me back in time for the holidays and you ghost of a past christmas haunts me inside something so strong that just can’t be denied family and friends generations gone by I would give anything to see them arrive take me back in time to the holidays christmas just isn’t complete without you take me back in time to the holidays and you past disagreements seem petty and small what was the point can’t remember at all things that we said but we don’t really mean break us apart and words fall in between take me back in time for the holidays christmastime isn’t the same without you take me back in time for the holidays ring out the old and ring in the new in time to the holidays Cold winter nights glow with Holiday cheer in time for the holidays
  • Keywords: Bass, Brass, Holidays, Lo-Fi

About The Grip Weeds

The Grip Weeds

Highland Park, NJ United States

The Grip Weeds is a close-knit band of brothers Kurt and Rick Reil (on drums and guitar respectively), wife Kristin Pinell (lead guitar) and friend Dave DeSantis (bass). Surrounded by vintage equipment in their own commercial recording studio House Of Vibes (where The Smithereens, Mark Lindsay and many others have recorded), this talented group produces slices of perfect, radio-friendly harmony-laden guitar pop, psychedelic enough to appeal to record junkies and Sixties retro fans, but edgy ...

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