Wham!: Last Christmas Meaning
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Song Released: 1984
Covered By: Taylor Swift (2007), Ariana Grande (2013), Jasmine Thompson (2014), Jimmy Eat World (2001), Hilary Duff, Cascada, Darren Hayes
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Last Christmas Lyrics
anonymous Mar 4th, 2018 3:34am report
I think that it’s about Arianna loving a guy on Christmas Day but on Boxing Day, the guy she lived went and cheated on her with another girl, hence the term “the very next day, you gave it away.”
As in, her passion for him, he had for another girl or passed on to another girl.
anonymous Jul 25th, 2017 7:22am report
Hey girls, the song is not by Taylor Swift this did not happen to Taylor Swift.
The song by George Michael who was with Wham! It's about being lied to and not going to take it anymore
anonymous Feb 19th, 2017 2:58am report
"Last Christmas, I gave you my heart, but the very next day, you gave it away." Taylor Swift once again has hit us with a set of lyrics about a break up. This song is about a happy Christmas were Taylor thinks she fianlly has met her guy, but it turns out he had some presents of his own, which turned out to be another woman to love (he's a cheater). Taylor says that the next year she won't be as vulnerable, and she'll fall in love with someone better.
anonymous Oct 12th, 2014 10:35pm report
It's about a girl who is talking about last Christmas and who she fell in love with this guy and the next the guy fell in love with someone else
anonymous May 30th, 2012 5:56am report
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anonymous May 7th, 2011 5:36pm report
This song is originally by Wham! This song means "you betrayed me once. You can't be trusted anymore"
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