Definitions for wrapping paper
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a tough paper used for wrapping
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
wrapping paper(noun)ˈræp ɪŋ
colorful paper for wrapping gifts
wrapping paper and ribbon
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."
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