Tell my mom I had to go
Listen to the choir singing low
Open up a box and lay me in
Cross my arms and free my sins

Cuz I’m so tired
Tell me what it’s worth
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt
Now I’m so tired
When nothing seems to work
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt

Call my friends, lend a hand
Carry me back to Pacific Sands
Clear my closets, Clear their throats
Light a candle, cover the smoke
Tell my mom I had to go
Listen to the choir singing low
Open up a box and lay me in
Cross my arms and free my sins

Cuz I’m so tired
Tell me what it’s worth
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt

Now I’m so tired
When nothing seems to work
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt

Symbol of Skin of blood and red
Shovel digs a shallow bed
Body of field when I die
Mirror Image, Future Lie

Now I’m so tired
Tell me what it’s worth
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt

Now I’m so tired
Nothing seems to work
So tired
Just lay me in the dirt


Lyrics submitted by AsobiSeksu

Forty Eight Graves song meanings
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