665

Album: Ultramega OK (1988)
  • It's creeping
    In so slow
    Trapping it, nobody's home

    It's creeping in
    So slow
    Trapping it, nobody's home

    Santa, I love you baby
    My Christmas king
    Santa, you're my king
    I love you, Santa baby
    Got what I need Writer/s: CHRIS J. CORNELL, HIRO YAMAMOTO
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Alice In A Garden from Plainfield, IlYeah this song Hiro Yamamoshi er whatever his name is sang the vocals for this song...or was it 667...but Hiro was an ex basist of soundgarden!
  • Hebrew from St. Paul, MnPer the song facts, apparently they don't think it's that ridiculous.
  • Ashley from Moncton, CanadaI think the earlier Soundgarden is better than the nineties Soundgarden, because there is more high-pitched Cornell screaming.
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