For Weddings And Funerals (Dead Man’s Bones)

Song: “Dead Man’s Bones”
Album: Dead Man’s Bones, 2009
Artist: Dead Man’s Bones

Dig a hole,
in the middle of the street.
Dig it down,
Six feet deep.

You should know,
that the world was built on bones.
Dressed in their best clothes,
there are rows and rows and rows,

Of dead man’s bones!
I’m talkin’ ’bout dead man’s bones!
Wherever you go,
take a look at your feet,
and down six feet deep
there’s dead man’s bones!

Bones! Bones! Bones, bones, bones, bones!

Dig ’em up,
Take ’em home
They’ve been livin’
Six feet deep!

You should know,
that the world was built on bones.
Take a look at your feet,
and down six feet deep
there’s dead man’s bones!

In the basement!
In the schoolhouse!
In the pavement!
In the water!
It’s a sound, (underground!)
there’s a sound! (underground!)
Six feet deep!

You should know,
that the world was built on bones.

Wherever you go,
take a look at your feet
down six feet deep
there’s dead man’s bones!
Bones! Bones! Bones, bones, bones, bones!

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Serpent Mound

Song: Serpent Mound
Artist: Kellianna
Album: I Walk With The Goddess

Step soft upon the sacred ground
Breath of air the only sound
So much wisdom to be found
Here upon the Serpent Mound

Summer corn in bursting fields
Harvest time is drawing near
Autumn sky so blue and clear
Upon these heights release your fears

Grandmother cedar, ancient oak
Sycamore our silent host
Walnut, buckeye, hickory
Spirit speaks in rustling leaves

Walk along the ancient road
In the footsteps of our ancestors
Hear the drums from days if old
Dancing through the fields of gold

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