What century is this? Do people still use tinsel? Even if great-gramma ISN’T coming over?!
That image problem is addressed in “Tinsel” by Tom Prin, a piano lounge investigation into the value of this archaic argent addition to your tree.
Vince Newbold harangues “Glitz and Tinsel” as empty of meaning with Jesus, like jazz pop.
Train mentions “Tinsel and Lights” in the grand Christmas skyline of pop jazz love in the city. But, there you are, it’s a given in the large scheme of things.
“Give the Tree a Little Tinsel” is foreplay for Taylor Marchand. This jazz trysting is family appropriate.
Also simple background “Tinsel and Wishes” from Skye Zentz in her back den, the world is fragments of images and Christmas seems like a dear mess. Let’s clean it up.
But SHeDAISY borrows the Hollywood nom de guerre “Tinsel Town” to make some pretty alt pop describing their own locale decorated just right for the holidays. Call it momrock.
Bra’ Mike enlarges the scope for his kiddie show tune “Tinsel World.” Move in or move on.
Kids123 also play it to the toddlers with “The Christmas Tree Song.” It starts with tinsel….
There’s nothing more that The Hipwaders like than “Tinsel and Lights.” Alt rock playfulness.
Jeff Woods (The Singing Santa) posits in “The Tinsel Song” that anything can be decorated with this byproduct. This is appropriately archaic metal rock.