Death Take Your Fiddle

Album: Songs In A&E (2008)
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  • I think I'll drink myself into a coma
    And I'll take every way out I can find
    But morphine, codeine, whiskey, they won't alter
    The way I feel the way now death is not around

    [Chorus]
    So death take your fiddle
    And play a song for me
    Play a song we used to sing
    The one that brought you close to me
    Play a song and I will sing along

    I think I'd like to take myself to heaven
    Cause I ain't been there many times before
    And Jesus Christ, if I don't know if I like it
    Sadness struck a thousand times or more

    [Chorus]

    Think I'll drink myself into a coma
    And I'll take every pill that I can find
    But morphine, codeine, whiskey, they won't alter
    The way I feel now death is not around
    The way I feel now death is not around
    The way I feel now death is not around Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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