I, lie next to her in the bed
She's the kind of girl i'd like to wed
Nevermind the fact that she's, dead
It turns me on
It turns me on

Sure, she's a little cold to the touch
But that doesn't bother me, much
Because the embalmer did such a lovely, job

She's a month dead and starting to smell
But if loving a corpse is a sin, I'll see you in hell

And now, I got her propped up in a chair
She's loosing her skin and her hair
And I'm wishing she wouldn't stare so, much, at, me
So much at me

Yeah, Rigamortis is taking its toll
And her body is as stiff as a pole
But I'll never put her back in the whole
I dug her from, I dug her from

She's a month dead and starting to smell
But if loving a corpse is a sin, I'll see you in hell

I Love You


Lyrics submitted by Reid Jackson

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    General Commentthe embalmer did such a lovely, job. not "the embalmer did such a beautiful, job"
    sean_a26on June 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. *sniff* it's so emotional, so touching... oh, wait, that's me.
    anemic_knifeprtyon September 08, 2002   Link
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    General Commentawesome song, love the chorus. if it weren't for most of the lyrics, this song would be a pretty good love song.

    stephen lynch always comes up with the best lines.
    nknhon February 05, 2007   Link

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