I went up to the man in the churchyard Not looking for souls to save Have you got a small job that would earn me a bob Come back when you've dug me a grave This knocked me quite back Alas and alack I've done most to earn the odd pound But I took the old spade Feeling shocked and waylaid And went out to find some fresh ground I met a young girl Set my mind in a whirl We've been waitin for you, you've come late So follow me fast the weather won't last There's no one to dig 28 We walked for a while and climbed the odd stile Then she left me alone in a wood She showed me a hole Started by a young mole So I dug down As fast as I could For hours I dug with the soil flying fast As though I had help from above But then came a rustle a bit of a tussle And Out climbed a black goat and dove You know it's not nice We were both sacrificed And there's dozens down there in the ground Then out they processed Looking sad and distressed Like soldiers they marched without sound As they came to the top There was a wild plop And the Devil came up hell for leather I'm fed up with Hell and I'm not very well It's packed and I'm losing my tether They don't like food and some are quite rude And want rain and say its too hot They're bored with incest and not changing their vest and appalled when their feet start to rot So fill up this hole and seal in each soul it's time to move on now I feel I'll get a big bike Ride as fast as I like This Bat out of Hell IS FOR REAL ! Animation c/o heathersanimations.com
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