War paint and silliness,
this is a complicated little twist,
I'll bring the candy canes,
you bring the booze,
just promise you won't abandon our cause.

Candy canes and familiar faces,
the way the sun sets,
and the way we give kisses,
we'll sign I-Love-You,
but we hardly mean it.

Familiar faces and waiting rooms,
if I had a camera, I'd zoom in on you,
the way that you laugh,
and the way that you smile,
the way you look at other girls.

Waiting rooms and war paint,
we're working on the school play,
you're splashing me with acrylic paint,
and it will never wash off, you know.

Silliness and candy canes,
booze and promises of never again,
familiar faces in lunch-room lines,
waiting rooms and I-Love-You signs,
the way you look at other girls,
and it will never wash off, you know.