Gravedancer

  • She's all that I see and all that I breathe
    Take a breath and hold her in as the shadows whispering
    I can hear the laughter, knowing what they're after
    And while she flies beside me, a man with broken wings

    Take, take a look around, she's a pretty good dancer
    She dances on my grave
    Every time it goes down, every time she comes down
    Every time we fall down, she dances all over me

    She's the world in my feet, the sun that gives see
    Take a rest and hold her near or she'll float away from here
    'Cause I'm knowing what you fearing, an unsentimental jury
    And every mile I guide you, I watch over everything

    Take, take a look around, she's a pretty good dancer
    She dances on my grave
    Every time it goes down, every time she comes down
    Every time we fall down, she dances all over me

    And every time that we fail is just another long wasted night
    And the dance that we do is just another way for you to roll over me
    And the bed that we're sharing is the home that I wanna bring you
    Wanna feel you, oh, I don't wanna hear you

    Take, take a look around, she's a pretty good dancer
    She dances on my grave
    Every time it goes down, every time she comes down
    Every time we fall down, she dances all over me
    She dances all over me, she dances all over me

    She's a pretty good dancer
    Take, take, take a look around, she's a pretty good dancer
    Pretty, pretty, pretty dancer
    Every time she comes down, she comes down, comes down
    Writer/s: DAVID G KUSHNER, DUFF ROSE MC KAGAN, MATHEW WILLIAM SORUM, SAUL HUDSON, SCOTT RICHARD WEILAND
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Red from Awesometown, --this song has an...odd country ending
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