"The Dead Are Dancing" as written by Toni Childs and David Ricketts....
I see a graveyard's past
The revolution's taken back
Whatever happened to the sons
No more sunshine here
Only darkness here
There's no-one living in this town

Cause the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town

Mother Mary comes to me
In this graveyard of hypocrisy
But father Renta says I'll have to pay
In the dead are buried lies
A sinful phantom cries
Can't we just rest up on the hill

But the moonlight calls us
The moon, it calls us
Up and out into the town
Yes, the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town

Heaven does it come to me
In the dreaming that my soul's been freed
And the torment of my madness gone away
And though god says he loves
And I, I think of love
I cannot change the way I am

And so the moon, it calls me
The lunatic calls me
Up and out into the town
Yes, the dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
The dead are dancing
In the town


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"The Dead Are Dancing" as written by Toni Childs David Ricketts

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