But what's it mean...
I read the news today, oh boy
About a lucky man who made the grade
And though the news was rather sad,
Well, I just had to laugh.
I saw the photograph.
He blew his mind out in a car.
He didn't notice that the lights had changed.
A Day in the Life
The Government dumps its toxic waste
Right on top of my mother's grave.
A team of experts say
It won't do her no harm.
Life Sux, then you Die
One time I stood crazy at the brink
Of a six foot drop in the ground,
I just couldn't wait to have the soil on me
My head spun round and round.
I looked down, and into that hollow grave
But I just could not be sure,
My vertigo brain had me on the edge
But I felt like hell for you.
Vegetation, vegetation, vegetation, vegetation
Well I didn't really want to kill myself,
But there just was no other way.
Now I wait for you darling, in my graveyard bed
And each day brings you closer to me
YOU HAVEN'T HEARD OF THE BAY OF MANTE, HAVE YOU? he said.
'No, sir', said Mort.
FAMOUS SHIPWRECK THERE.
THERE WILL BE, said Death, IF I CAN FIND THE DAMN PLACE.
My girlfriend lives in the ground
My friends ask why she's not around.
She won't comes home
I'm so alone.
You never know.
You can't bury love
You gotta dig it up
Yeah, you've gotta live it up
Dig it Up
Wooaahh, Errol. I'd do anything,
To be dead like him.
"Seven years and six months! An uncomfortable sort of age. Now if you'd asked my advice, I'd have said 'Leave off at seven'..."
"One ca'n't help growing older."
"No, but two can. With proper assistance you might have left off at seven."
Humpty Dumpty and Alice
Through the Looking Glass
Nina was going to take credit for the death of that Beatle, John. I thought that was in very bad taste.
Kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill
At Dawn They Sleep
Hmmm, some of this undoubtedly sounds better when heard rather than read, but you (hopefully) get the idea.