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Graveyard Train - The Ferryman

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Published on Jan 28, 2012

The Ferryman

I woke up at the edge of a great black lake
In a thick white mist my heart filled with dread
I heard a strange tune sung low in the distance
So I followed where it led

It was a raft filled with men of sorrow
Filled with pity and men of woe
I stepped on board join the chorus of the damned
I learned their song and we all sang low

Hey ho, hey ho
We row, we row
Together we sail alone
All bound for the unknown

So we all set sail heading straight for the unknown
On this ancient raft made of wood, rope and bone
We cry, weep and beg to go home
But the ferryman he just keeps pushing along
And before long there's no land behind us
And I can't see anything up ahead
And the ferryman he just starts laughing
As we lost souls all sing this song

Hey ho, hey ho
We row, we row
Together we sail alone
All bound for the unknown

Days turn to months and months turn to years
Eyes fill with madness and minds fill with tears
No moments of cheer just regrets of our past
We curse and we spit at the ferryman
And there's misery on the voyage of lost souls
We sail on forever in the darkness and cold
And the ferryman never stops laughing
As we lost souls sing this song

Hey ho, hey ho
We row, we row
Together we sail alone
All bound for the unknown

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