It's Christmas!

by Hawk And Steel

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A Christmas gift from Us to you!

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released 08 December 2014

It's Christmas!
Written by Peter Gardner and Hawk and Steel
Produced by Hawk and Steel
Recorded, and mixed by Marshall Wildman at Hawk and Steel HQ in -5 Degree weather

Peter Gardner: Vocals and acoustic guitar
Ian Johnson: Electric guitar
Rob Walsh: Bass, banjitar, and vocals
Marshall Wildman: Percussion and vocals


Danger Road
Written by Peter Gardner
Produced and mixed by Matt Gibbs at Electric City Sound

Peter Gardner: Vocals and guitar
Ian Johnson: Guitar
Rob Walsh: Bass
Marshall Wildman: Drums


Thanks to Sam Weber, Bob Gronotte, Hannah van Ardichem, Santa Claus, Turkeys, Presents, Candy Canes, Krampus, and of course, Peter's cat Perry for being an excellent model.

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Track Name: It's Christmas!
It's Christmas day, it finally came
The papers on the floor, discovered what it held be for
The smell of ham, and Christmas cake,
It floats on the air, waiting for your intake

Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's here
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
And I'm already thinking of next year

Your new sweaters on, despite it fitting wrong
You grandmother thinks it looks nice, even if it don't fit right
That crazy aunt, at the dinner feast
Said something kind of racist about the middle east

Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's here
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
And I'm already thinking of next year

Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's here
Oh, Oh, Oh, It's Christmas
And I'm already thinking of next year
Track Name: Danger Road
Everyone in this town, Is flushed face and dancing around
At the bar, and then after close its time to go home
Maybe I wont go there tonight, maybe I'm tired of these lights
And maybe I'll finally leave just like I said I would
I know I'm full of shit I've been told enough times to know it
But I really think this time, you should come

She says the road's a dangerous place, but it feels good to me
I'll try my best to change her mind, maybe she'll leave
She says I don't know, how to live in a place that moves that isn't still
A place that never stays the same; she says I'm sorry

They say Ontario's pretty in the spring, and Alberta's been calling me,
For quite sometime, maybe I'll, finally listen
Alaska I've always wanted to go, lie down sleep in the snow
But I'm afraid of the cold if you don't come
I just want to get on that train, go somewhere far away
Go so fast, never stop, so the blues can't catch me


She says the road's a dangerous place, but it feels good to me
I'll try my best to change her mind, maybe she'll leave
She says I don't know, how to live in a place that moves that isn't still
A place that never stays the same; she says I'm sorry