"Dig Your Grave" as written by and Isaac Brock....
We were shootin' at a mound of dirt.
Well nothing was broken, nothing was hurt.
But I probably really should have been at work.
But if my free time's gone, would you promise me this?

That you will please bury me with it?
Please bury me with it!

Well sure as planets come, I know that they end.
And if I'm here when that happens, will you promise me this my friend?

Please bury me with it!
I just don't need none of that Mad Max bullshit.

Well the suit got tight and it split at the seams.
But I kept it out of habit and I kept it really clean.
But if it's getting' faded, if it's runnin' outta thread,
Could you just do this for me my friend?

And please just please bury me with it?
Please bury me with it!

Well we moved to the left and moved to the right.
And sure as hell we stayed out almost every single night.
But if the party's over, if the fun has to end,
Could you do this for me my friend?

Would you just please bury me with it?
Please bury me with it!

Good news for people who love bad news.
We've lost the plot and we just can't choose.
We are hummingbirds who are just not willing to move.
And there's good news for people who love bad news.
We are hummingbirds who've lost the plot and we will not move.
We have good news for anyone who loves bad news.

We were aiming for the moon. We were shooting at the stars.
But the kids were just shooting at the busses and the cars.
So don't drink the water, don't you breathe the air.
If it's gotten to that point then I have to declare:

That you please bury me with it!
Please bury me with it!

Well fads they come and fads they go.
And God I love that rock and roll!
Well the point was fast but it was too blunt to miss.
Life handed us a paycheck, we said, "We worked harder than this!"

Please bury me with it!
Please bury me with it!

We are hummingbirds who are just not going to move.
And there's good news for people who love bad news.
We are hummingbirds who've lost the plot and we well not move.
We have great news for anyone who loves bad news.


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"Dig Your Grave" as written by Isaac Brock

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    General Commentwell actually these are the lyrics to bury me with it.
    dig your grave is a wierd short instrumental part where he mumbles something while playing the banjo.
    NoExiton June 17, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Commenti believe he says

    I really dig in
    I hope you're dead
    I really dig it
    I hope you're dead


    something like that
    dave the mouseon September 28, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthaha yeah
    man on tvon June 27, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentya i kno this is 'bury me with it'....but I LOVE dig your grave for some reason. i love the banjo playing...i could play this 12 second miracle OVER AND OVER!!! I LOVE IT!!!
    PeRdEdOron July 05, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentand this song is played on ukulele. not banjo. never mix those two up ever again. grrrr. or do, whatever.
    xatomicxgardenxon October 13, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdig your gave is a 13 second song talking about digging up someone's grave.............. this is not it.
    Foodon October 30, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha They fucked up bad!!!
    764-mouseron November 12, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWTF???!!!
    Foodon November 13, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI believe that Isaac says, "Im already diggin, i hope your dead, im already diggin, I hope your dead."
    vikingnealon February 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commentvikingneal is correct
    iGodon June 25, 2005   Link

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