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Christmastime In Toronto by the enigmatic and inspiring Gord Downie. Album: Battle of the Nudes (2003). Oh oh yea the day after tomorrow.
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Christmastime In Toronto. This song is by Gordon Downie and appears on the album Battle of the Nudes (2003). Oh, oh, yeahOh, oh, yeah. So this is your number, well, I just called to say helloI was blurting, you were blurting, we were talking in morse codeWe just got cut off or disconnected, I don't knowBut it's Christmas time, Christmas time in Toronto.
Christmastime in Toronto Lyrics. Gordon Downie – Christmastime in Toronto. We got this power to generalize when everything explodes the certainty of our unknown, your childrens' unknown you're gonna let us in though you’re technically closed must be Christmastime, Christmastime in Toronto. Let's have a toast! To charity, wickedness, dope A toast! To the day after tomorrow.
Gordon Edgar Downie CM (February 6, 1964 – October 17, 2017) was a Canadian rock singer-songwriter, musician, writer and activist. He was the lead singer and lyricist for the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip, which he fronted from their formation in 1984 until his death in 2017. Downie is widely regarded as one of the most influential and popular artists in Canadian music history. More Videos By This Artist. More Videos +. Christmastime In Toronto - Gordon Downie Music Video. Coco Chanel No. 5. Crater.
The singer's knack for vivid yet quirky lyrics is on display during "Christmastime in Toronto," a rather straightforward, radio-friendly rock track that borrows a line from Anton Chekov. Only in a few instances does Downie head into a heady, poetry-centered milieu, especially on "Willow Logic.
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