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​Gravedigger

This song is by Kensington Gore and appears on the album Kensington Gore (2008).

A-one, two, three, four...

Well I've been digging graves my entire life
So the day I die, I'll have one to fight.
So I'll be going home, back where I belong,
Backwards I will fall, and I will sing this song.

La da da-di da, yes the reaper is my friend,
With me from the start, he's with me at the end,
La da da-di da, walks with me hand in hand,
He sees my blackened heart and he leads me round the bend.

So here comes the beast, I can hear him now,
But all I see is rain, vomit from the clouds.
And yes, I know that I have done this to myself,
So as the wound it bleeds, I will not cry for help.

La da da-di da, yes the reaper is my friend,
With me from the start, he's with me at the end,
La da da-di da, walks with me hand in hand,
He sees my blackened heart and he leads me round the bend.

As the darkness is descending upon me,
Satisfaction just isn't what I feel.
A sudden sense of waste leaves me underwhelmed,
And all that I can taste is all I've never held;

I'll never love, never cry, never face my fears or fight,
I'll never wait in the rain for twelve hours for your train,
I'll never say goodbye, shed a tear for you or I,
I'll never know the pain of loss, never carry my own cross,

I'll never dance with the friends I'll never meet,
All the plans I'll never make, all the breaths I'll never take.
When I'm Gone you'll feel the same; you won't feel a damn thing,
But it's driving me insane that I'll never know your name.

I'll never know your name.