"Cadaver Sniffing Dog" as written by and John Darnielle....
Hustle up the spiral stairs
See if anyone's left up there
Teams on the scene from several stations
Everybody, adjust your expectations
Stray clumps of hair and blood and brain
Fragments of bone in the drain
Rookies trying to keep the airway clear
But the damage is too severe

Bring in the cadaver sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver (Bring in the cadaver)
Sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver (Bring in the cadaver)
Sniffing dog

Army crawlers down ash wet floor
Ready for war
Veterans on their hands and knees
Nobody's ready for days like these
Wait 'til you come up on the smoking wreck
And even then you check
Radio home all clean
If there were any survivors they've fled the scene

Bring in the cadaver sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver (Bring in the cadaver)
Sniffing dog
Bring in the cadaver (Bring in the cadaver)
Sniffing dog


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"Cadaver Sniffing Dog" as written by John Darnielle

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