Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by cherryboomboom, Dec 22, 2009.
We don't talk about that or... Volantis.
I lowkey wanted Tony Bennett to appear flying Volantis in Gaga's Super Bowl.
Gurl he couldn't pass a drivers test for a golf cart let alone that thing.
I have a part time job at a busy retail store where we usually play youtube playlists as music over bluetooth speakers. Today Christmas Tree came on and I stood there and smiled as the managers were scrambling figuring out how to turn it off whilst light me up put me on top let's falala was quite literally blasting out of multiple speakers and the elderly customers looked horrified
Just be glad it wasn’t the demo.
If you want us to, we will (FUCK) you
“My Christmas tree’s delicious” is bafflingly unsexy.
Two Gaga songs always remind me of the holidays:
1. Lush Life
& 2. Stuck On Fuckin You
The whole song is ironically one of the least sexy pieces of music in existence and I love every second.
Part of me wants to believe it was meant to take the piss out of everyone who believed she was some vapid pop star during The Fame.
I mean y'all can act that ruh puh puh pum doesn't pop into your head at all times of the year and compel you to actually say it out, but I won't believe you.
It’s usually “hoes, hoes, hoes, under the mistletoe”
It’s is a definite mainstay on my December holiday playlist and probably always will be.
It’s one of my favorite Gaga songs purely for the sheer bonkers audacity
Christmas Tree is simultaneously one of the best & worst Christmas songs ever. I appreciate it for the kii that it is but I can't actually listen to it in full.
The part that gets in my head the most though is that annoying intro. I can’t even sing it but I always imagine this when I hear it
Where I live we have this big christmas tree festival that raises money for our the Stollery Childrens Hospital, and it's a kid-centric event, and at one point they started blasting Christmas Tree. It was beautiful. I was laughing my ass off.
The YouTube comments on this are...surprisingly amazing:
Christmas Tree is the goofy myspace-era Christmas song we needed in our lives.
If she released that now, i'd judge her.
At the time it was cute, and its fun to listen to for the memories.
Christmas Tree always sounded like it belonged in the background of a holiday scene on Gossip Girl.
Separate names with a comma.