I find myself holding a shovel
in the graveyard deep in the night
mama said I better quit you baby
because this is something
that just ain't right
but I'm a bad man
and I've got a mad plan
well I've been fifty kinds of lonely
and you're my one and only

reason is sleeping
demons are dancing
it's time for midnight creeping necromancing
I'll ask a question of you my love
have you been cold and alone too long?
does the darkness sing you its song?
in my heart I know that you're something more
that just carrion

come on tonight unstitch those eyes
and don't be shy undead bride
we'll make the tombstones break
and the graveyard shake
if you'll only be my undead bride tonight
and when the morning comes
I'm going to take you home
and send you back into that long goodnight
because you're my bride
yea you're mine
my undead bride yea

arise tonight my bride
we'll dance in the moonlight
make love to the shadows
and answer the wolfs cries

come on tonight unstich those eyes
and don't be shy undead bride
we'll make the tombstones break
and the graveyard shake
if you'll only be my undead bride tonight
and when the morning comes
I'm going to take you home
and send you back into that long goodnight
because you're my bride
yea you're mine
my undead bride yea
yea yea
yea yea




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