After You Die

Album: Bad as Me Deluxe Edition (2011)
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  • Like a tin can feeding
    Like a skinned hand bleeding
    Like a tramp choir crying
    Like a camp fire dying
    Like a big dog breeding
    Like a pig hog feeding
    Like a top hat tipping
    Like a dropped rat skipping
    Like a tin horn glowing
    Like a gin storm blowing
    Like a neck tie flapping
    Like a rich guy clapping
    Like a big fool crawling
    Like a rig tool falling
    Like a back door squeaking
    Like a crack whore tweaking

    What is it like?
    What is it like after we die?

    Like a string that's broken
    Like a thing that's smoking
    Like a blue flame burning
    Like a new brain learning
    Like more cold coffee
    Like a poor old softie
    Like a declining graveyard
    Like a shining brave star
    Like a child that's fainting
    Like a wild ass painting

    What is it like?
    What is it like after we die? Writer/s: Kathleen Brennan, Thomas Alan Waits
    Publisher: JALMA MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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