Graveyard

Album: Metals (2011)
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  • The graveyard, the graveyard
    All full of light the only age
    The beating heart is empty of life
    Dirt and grass the shadow hall
    The moon sails past blood as ice is
    An empty crisis lonely and last

    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life

    Roots and lines, roots and lines
    Our family tree is a home
    From there we climb The Golden Hill
    Call and they will eternally I held your hand
    The giant wand alto low song and history
    Begins to be blue and brown eyes

    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life

    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life

    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life
    Whoa-ah-ah-ah ah-ah
    Bring them all back to life Writer/s: Dominic Salole, Jason Beck, Leslie Feist
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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