"Spiderwood Farm" as written by Rosalie Cunningham and Ed Turner....
Ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm
Though they live here they mean you no harm
Ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm
Though they live here they mean you no harm

Take a little time to understand
Where do people go when they leave this land?
Be they bad or good, need a place to lie
Shouldn't have to provide a mortal alibi

Evil air gathered there
The dark needs a comfortable bed,
So they said

Echoes of voodoo chants
Ring round the weathercocks old rusty head

Take a little time to understand
Where do people go when they leave this land?
Be they bad or good, need a place to lie
Shouldn't have to provide a mortal alibi

Ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm, you are hereby evicted under act 296 of Spiderwood council law:
"Any property left uninhabited by the living for a period of more than one century belongs to the council and can be sold for profit at auction."

Ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm
Though they live here they mean you no harm
Ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm
Though they live here they mean you no harm

Take a little time to understand
Where do people go when they leave this land?
Be they bad or good, need a place to lie
Shouldn't have to provide a mortal alibi


Lyrics submitted by Yupr

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