"Freak When I'm Dead" as written by and Kyle Matthew Thomas....
When you bury my body
Make sure I'm wearing all of my rings
And my favorite clothes
Yeah, everything with patches and everything with holes

'cause I don't care what my grandma says
No, I don't care at all
'cause you know I'll still be a freak when I'm dead

Will you bury me deep beneath some tree
Lay me head first right up to my knees
So my ol' pointy boots are all that you see
'cause I don't need no pallbearer nor no cemetery

Well I don't care what my momma says
No, I don't care at all
'cause you know I'll still be a freak when I'm dead

Well I'm walking on the track and I can't go back
Some of us are lying on that ol' death bed
Just another sinner, just a lost soul
So dress me up nice and throw me in a hole

'cause I don't care what my baby says
No, no I don't care at all
'cause you know I'll still be a freak when I'm dead
And anyway the wind blows, anyway at all
Well you know I'll still be a freak when I'm dead


Lyrics submitted by BlackZelda

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