Robert  Crenshaw | Dancing On Your Grave

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Dancing On Your Grave

by Robert Crenshaw

Dancing On Your Grave was inspired by trying to find creative ways to vent rage. After five or six minutes of that, I thought “This is nuts, relax and have some fun.” There’s a 1959 Spike Jones version of My Old Flame (produced by Alvino Ray), and a 1935 Little Rascals adventure called Little Sinner (Spanky happens upon a Baptism ceremony that coincides with a solar eclipse), that further influenced this song and recording. I hope it becomes a Halloween favorite, or ends-up in some Elmore Leonard type murder movie. It’s got a kitschy kind of Latin feel to it.
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Dancing On Your Grave was inspired by trying to find creative ways to vent rage. After five or six minutes of that, I thought “This is nuts, relax and have some fun.” There’s a 1959 Spike Jones version of My Old Flame (produced by Alvino Ray), and a 1935 Little Rascals adventure called Little Sinner (Spanky happens upon a Baptism ceremony that coincides with a solar eclipse), that further influenced this song and recording. I hope it becomes a Halloween favorite, or ends-up in some Elmore Leonard type murder movie. It’s got a kitschy kind of Latin feel to it.

Words and Music
By Robert Crenshaw

When they put you in the ground, and your body starts to rot,
We will gladly think of you, with a stomach in a knot.
If you hear a tap, tap, tapping, it’s not a rescue from your cave
It’s your foes and your family dancing, dancing on your grave

Oh how your children hated, and your wife with pain so deep,
spent hours reflecting, a stabbing in your sleep.
How they hoped for death as painful, and fitting for a knave,
behold the joy upon their faces, while they’re dancing on your grave.

So say hello to Satan, give Beelzebub a wave, think of all of us laughing,
and dancing on your grave.


Dancing on Your Grave
Robert Crenshaw ASCAP
Don Jones- sax and vocals
Robert Crenshaw- vocals, drums, percussion, keyboard, guitar & bass

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