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Six Feet Under – Still Alive lyrics

Dead, but now I wake
Rotten - eight years in the grave
Smell the ripe decay
No eyes in my skull, but I still see

Alive, I'm dead, alive - something has give me life

Cut me I bleed no blood
Stab my skin, out runs the pus
Try to kill what's already dead
A dead corpse living rotten
Resting dead - now I rise
From the grave, my flesh is decayed

Alive, I'm dead, alive

You tried to kill me
I don't die that easily
Back from the dead
I live again

Alive, I'm dead, alive - something has give me life

Drinking the blood from a severed head
Living flesh soon will rotten
Horrors of the undead
A headless corpse, dead - convulsing
Bleeding, no blood left
No way to kill what is dead

Alive, I'm dead, alive



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