And maybe we got lost in translation. Maybe I asked for too much, but maybe this thing was a masterpiece before you tore it all up. Running scared, I was there I remember it all too well. And you call me up again, just to break me like a promise. So casually cruel in the name of being honest. I’m a crumpled up piece of paper lying here cause I remember it all too well.
• She would place presents under the tree and as soon as someone saw her she would hug them.
• She would take pictures with them and have a conversation.
• She wouldn’t drink the milk or eat the cookies because she would offer them to the kids.
• Instead of putting candy canes on the tree she would throw glitter.
• she wouldn’t ride rain deer she would ride on a sleigh full of Grammies.
• She would scream “Welcome to the Christmas Tour!” As she flies off into the night.
Anonymous asked: can you please tell us what the eric church video was about? because it's private now!
From Taste of Country:
It begins with footage of Church’s 2013 CMAs performance, but it’s not the up-close-and-personal footage; it’s actually shot off a backstage screen that was playing. Then, the camera follows someone down a dark stairwell, and a gloved hand reaches out and taps a copy of the singer’s album ‘The Good Fight.’
This is when the weird factor is really ramped up. As the gloved hand slowly turns a dial, Taylor Swift‘s voice fills the video. It’s her acceptance speech for the Pinnacle Award at the 2013 CMA Awards you hear.
Most will remember that the songstress referenced Church in her speech, remarking, “I remember when I was 16 and I got the call from Scott Borchetta from my label. He said, ‘Can you be on the road in two days and open for Rascal Flatts?’ I said, ‘It’s a miracle,’ and he said, ‘No, Eric Church got fired for playing too long.’”
Then, the footage shows Swift making her speech, and the last part, “Eric Church got fired for playing to long” begins to play over and over … and over again. The gloved hand begins to write out a phrase, which reads, “ONE WILL RISE, ONE WILL FALL.”