Ladies and gentlemen, I hereby submit the Song of the Day for Monday, September 15, 2008 is…
“Dead Man’s Party” by Oingo Boingo(originally The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo)
From Boingo at the Ritz, 1985:
CHORUSI was struck by lightingWalkin’ down the streetI was hit by something last night in my sleepIt’s a dead man’s partyWho could ask for moreEverybody’s comin’, leave your body at the doorLeave your body and soul at the door . . .(Don’t run away it’s only me)All dressed up with nowhere to goWalkin’ with a dead manWaitin’ for an invitation to arriveWith a dead man . . . Dead Man . . .Got my best suit and my tieShiny silver dollar on either eyeI hear the chauffeur comin’ to the doorSays there’s room for maybe just one more . . .
Courage. And try to smile, even though you might be dead.
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