I think I'll walk around screaming about how I fell in love,
'cause I'm sure that's what you're thinking of.
And the kids I used to spend time with are walking out the door,
so I guess I'll leave my bottles on the shore.

And I'll always spend my time right here
for a minute or another year.

So now I'll walk around thinking about all the things I've done
and all the games we played when we were young.
And I'll try not to forget all the people I have met,
but my memory aint what it used to be.

And I'll always spend my time right here
for a minute or another year.

'Cause the boys I used to know are digging graves across the snow
and the girls are getting buried in perfume.
And I'll never figure out what Halloween is all about,
so I might as well dig graves or bury bones.

So I'm packing up my clothes and leaving my own home
and I'll write my mom a letter from the road.
"Dear Mom, I'm going west, and you'll probably never guess...
but I'm working for a great, big company."

And I'll always spend my time right here
for a minute or another year.

'Cause the boys I used to know are digging graves across the snow
and the girls are getting buried in perfume.
And I'll never figure out what Halloween is all about,
so I might as well dig graves or bury bones.

I think I'll run around screaming about how I fell in love,
'cause I'm sure that's what you're thinking of.


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Graves Across The Snow song meanings
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