Falling on the deafest ears
But I know you hear my tears
Crying to the blindest eyes
But I know you see the lies

That's you
Oh Lord
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's true
Oh Lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms

(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

So blame it on the down below
Take it from the weakest soul
Bury all your sorrow
'Til the dead don't seem so cold

That's you
Oh Lord
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's true
Oh lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

Oh Lord
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's true
Oh Lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

Maybe it is built of stone
Maybe it's dark as coal
Used to be a heart, I'm told
But a heart needs blood to love

You know it's true
Oh Lord
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's true
Oh Lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

Oh Lord
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's true
Oh Lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

It's you
Hold on
You've got more bones than a graveyard
It's you
Hold on
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)

Oh Lord
There's more love in a dead man's arms
(Dead man's arms, dead man's arms)


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Dead Man's Arms song meanings
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