'Intro featuring Phoenix Crabbe'

T'was August fair in gold and green
Saw the tragic death of a beauty queen
Crashed into a bar in a drunken Chevrolet
She was extricatedfrom her tomb
By a broken man from Saskatoon
They'd sworn undying love
They'd be together some fine day
They'd be together some fine day

(Chorus)
Spirited away on a sultry morning
There's been Grave-robbing in Gig Harbour
Souls who rest in peace
Are ravaged without warning
There's been Grave-robbing in Gig Harbour

The witness sang before the court supreme
Of the the tainted ladies garbed in tangerine
Knowingly they loved the same dead man
Without disorder
He was a Mexicana wet-back by his birth
So they upheaved him from the bowels of the earth
To a shallow dusty grave South of the Border
South of the Border (down Mexico way!)

(Chorus)

The skies are gray, the open tombs are yawning
There's been Grave-robbing in Gig Harbour
This heat makes some folks lazy
Others mad-dog crazy
They'll go Grave-robbing in Gig Harbour

(Chorus)


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