Lyrics to "Gravedigger" song by Dave Matthews: Cyrus Jones 1810 to 1913 Made his great granchildren believe You could live to a hundred and three. Gravedigger When you dig my grave Could you make it shallow So that I can feel the rain Gravedigger. Muriel Stonewall 1903 to 1954 She lost both of her babies in the second great war Now you should never have to watch Your only children lowered in the ground I mean you should never have to bury your own babies. Ring around the rosey Pocket full of posey Ashes to ashes We all fall down. Gravedigger When you dig my grave Could you make it shallow So that I can feel the rain Gravedigger
Produced by Stephen Harris. Cyrus Jones, 1810 to 1913 He made his great grandchildren believe He could live to a hundred and three A hundred and three is forever When you're just a little kid So Cyrus Jones lived forever. Gravedigger, when you dig my grave Could you make it shallow So that I can feel the rain? Gravedigger.
by Dave Matthews Band. Album: Some Devil (2003). Dave from Toronto, CanadaSteve - According to DMB's official site, his father died in 1977, not 1992. What are you trying to prove here? Personally, I think he's a great singer.
Gravedigger" is a song by Dave Matthews from his debut solo album, Some Devil. This was the first solo single released by Matthews away from the Dave Matthews Band, and it won a Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance at the 46th Grammy Awards held on February 8, 2004. The song has been performed live by Dave Matthews (solo), by Dave Matthews with Tim Reynolds, at Dave Matthews & Friends concerts, and occasionally as an acoustic solo by Matthews during Dave Matthews Band shows
Artist: Dave Matthews Band. Translations: French, Spanish. Cyrus Jones 1810 to 1913. Made his great grandchildren believe. You could live to 103. A hundred and three is forever when you're just a little kid. So, Cyrus Jones live forever. When you dig my grave. Could you make it shallow.
Dave Matthews quotes. When I write the set, I try to create something that will not only be interesting for the audience, but will have a flow for the band, too, so we don't get boring.
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