Who Sang Heavy? Bob Schneider & Mitch Watkins

Mitch Watkins Underneath the Onion Trees cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2000
length: 3:24
producer: Bob Schneider and Mitch Watkins
mixer: Mitch Watkins
recording engineer: Mitch Watkins
guitar: Mitch Watkins
Day after day
Press onto each other
Week after week
Running for cover

While the ants and spiders
They tear at your skin
The beast in the shadows is
Your only friend

And the promise of tomorrow
Is a pale gray ghost
who'll pile on the tears
Pile on the tears

See who can pile on the most
Till you can't stand
And you're down n your knees
And the whole world wants you

And it's begging you please
And you're almost home
But you'll never make it
It's heavy too heavy

To make it alone
And the worlds like bullets
Fly from your lips
And stack into ruins

And break me to bits
And tumble from the air
And ruin my clothes
And sink me down low

And the screams don't worry
And the crabs have enough to eat
At the bottom of the ocean
Where the darkness sleeps

And the weight of the world presses down down down
Till it cracks your bones

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Dan'l Boone's Room
  • 2 Anglin' Towards the Light
  • 3 Sideshow Tornado
  • 4 Blue
  • 5 The Long Black Road
  • 6 Thousand Pound Crown
  • 7 Losing You
  • 8 Horses and Ponies
  • 9 Heavy
  • 10 The Castle of Elisa
  • 11 Frisco
  • 12 Spacesuit

  • Release information
    label: Shockorama
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin