Definitions for wrapping paper
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a tough paper used for wrapping
Paper used for wrapping parcels (in this case, often brown) or presents (in this case, often colourful/colorful and decorative).
"Wrapping Paper" is a song with music composed by Jack Bruce and lyrics by Pete Brown, performed by Cream and originally released as a single in 1966 with "Cat's Squirrel" as the B side. It is featured on The Very Best of Cream. In contrast with the hard blues of other early Cream songs such "N.S.U." and the pop-style of "I Feel Free," it has a distinctive slow-jazz style. The 45 single released on Reaction Records reached #34 on the British pop singles chart in 1966, the first Top 40 hit for the band. Drummer Ginger Baker was not fond of the song: "'Wrapping Paper' is the most appalling piece of shit I've ever heard in my life! I was totally against it, right from the start... Eric and I didn't like it."
Translations for wrapping paper
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- paperCatalan, Valencian
- ozdobný papír, balicí papírCzech
- papur lapioWelsh
- Geschenkpapier, PackpapierGerman
- papel de envolverSpanish
- papier d'emballageFrench
- נְייַר עֲטִיפָהHebrew
- kertas pembungkusMalay
- papier pakowyPolish
- [[papel]] [[de]]/[[para]] [[embrulho]]Portuguese
- упаковочная бумага, обёрточная бумагаRussian
- omslagspapper, presentpapperSwedish
- ambalaj, ambalaj kağıdıTurkish
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