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College Radio Christmas Eve EP

by Munich Syndrome

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That Christmas eve so very long ago There was rain, but no sign of snow A house so dark and empty, silence all around Up in the attic, the only light was found A small Christmas tree, next too a receiver A college station making a believer Songs and stories from Christmas round the world Not feeling so alone as it unfurled The song said it’s the saddest time of year Resonating strongly, on a day so austere A Ze Christmas record, Ghosts of Christmas past Yuletunes, the Reindeer Room, built to last Hearing a song about how things fall apart The Waitresses, or George Michael, from the start Twi-light in Tokyo, Merry Christmas Will Do She won’t be home for Christmas, neither will you The song said it’s the saddest time of year Resonating strongly, on a day so austere A Ze Christmas record, Ghosts of Christmas past Yuletunes, the Reindeer Room, built to last
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Winter Chill 04:42
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Memories drift, like snowflakes in the air To a place in time, no longer there The days are shorter, the nights alive with lights Memories of walks, on winter evening nights (It's Christmas) Lights they glimmer, born again anew Looking at the past, from another view Backwards glances of how things used to be Images and sound, dreams and memory (It's Christmas)
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A collection of the Christmas and holiday songs Munich Syndrome has done to date.

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released December 10, 2020

Written, performed and produced by David B. Roundsley
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Published by Syndrome Sounds/ASCAP

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Founded in the mid 80’s, Munich Syndrome is David B. Roundsley. Post-punk, synth pop, new wave, with a bit of downtempo, ambient, and a pinch of glam! Styles range from dance, EDM, synthwave, to chill ambient and a bit of new wave rock. Munich Syndrome was, and is, David B. Roundsley! ... more

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