The end of Christmas

Yesterday was the last day of Christmas, Twelfth Night, or as its called in Sweden; Trettondagsafton and today is Epiphany (Trettondagen) and I’m all alone in Härnösand – working. So for me it will a still night with some nice food and a glas of wine and an old favourite of mine – Tom Waits.

Here New coat of paint from the great album The heart of Saturday night (1974):

 Let’s put a new coat of paint on this lonesome old town
Set ’em up, we’ll be knockin’ em down.
You wear a dress, baby, and I’ll wear a tie.
We’ll laugh at that old bloodshot moon in that burgundy sky

All your scribbled lovedreams, are lost or thrown away,
Here amidst the shuffle of an overflowing day
Our love needs a transfusion so let’s shoot it full of wine
Fishin’ for a good time starts with throwin’in your line.

Magnus Reuterdahl

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