of Montreal - Old People in the Cemetery Lyrics

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Old people in the cemetery
What must they be thinking of?
Must be frightening must be scary
To visit the grave of a close friend
Who was the same age as you when they died

There's nothing precious about
Old people in the cemetery
Reciting bible passages
Unprepared to come to terms with
The fact that we're all food for worms
What do they think a prayer
Could make a difference now?

There's nothing sadder than
An old woman in the cemetery
Picking leaves off of her husbands tomb
Knowing that her only wish is
That she will die and join him soon
It's so sad to see them all just wither away,
There's nothing sadder then old people like that

It must be hard to relate
After the world of your youth
Totally evaporates

Old men in the cemetery
Lurking like faint shadows of the dead
Gazing down at mother's plot
And longing to be there instead
It's a dreary fate and
No one should have to be as depressing
As old people like that
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Doing Nothing
  • 2 Old People in the Cemetery
  • 3 Isn't It Nice?
  • 4 Jennifer Louise
  • 5 The Blank Husband Epidemic
  • 6 Pancakes for One
  • 7 We Are Destroying the Song
  • 8 An Ode to the Nocturnal Muse
  • 9 Predictably Sulking Sara
  • 10 Natalie and Effie in the Park
  • 11 A Question for Emily Foreman
  • 12 Kissing in the Grass
  • 13 Kid Without Claws
  • 14 Death Dance of Omipapas and Sons for You

  • Credits
    album: Track 2 in album Aldhils Arboretum
    release date: 2002-9-24
    popularity : 58 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Pop Rock/Psychedelic Rock/Indie Rock
    length: 3:21
    lead vocals: Kevin Barnes
    composer: Kevin Barnes
    lyricist: Kevin Barnes
    Album Information
    label: Kindercore Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 675818007628
    script: Latin