The Zombie Song

from by Benton Leachman

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Funny how you feel alone
When you see a fresh cut stone
Makes you wanna hold your breath and run

Funny how your hair will raise
When you stand on shakey graves
Feel the fresh turned earth between your toes

Then you hear a drumming sound
Seems to come up from the ground
Maybe its your heart beat in its cage

But the rhythm don’t match
Then you hear the creature scratch
Clawing at its hole to get away

There’s only six feet and some change
Between the living dead and your brains

Then the sky fades to black
And I see the headstone crack
Is that the wind or did I hear it moan?

Dear Lord, whats my plan?
Should I flee or should I stand
And face this dirty devil on my own?

Blood surgin’ through my veins
Lord I’m feeling pretty faint
When my legs give out from under me

When I wake the sound is gone
The sun is bright the earth is calm
Guess that I should blame it all on me
But its easier to blame… LSD


from Bury The Hatchet, released January 25, 2015
Electric Guitars: Benton Leachman and Will Boreing

Acoustic: Benton Leachman

Bass: Jon Taylor

Drums: Justin Lentz

Spoken Word: Andy Wilkinson

Harmonies: Ellen O'Meara and Lora Markham



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Benton Leachman Lubbock, Texas

Benton Leachman is a young Texas songwriter with one full-length album under his belt. Released in January of 2015, Leachman’s debut album is entitled “Bury The Hatchet”. He attempts to tackle dark and complex romantic relationships and mature emotions in a way that you might not expect from a songwriter with only 24 years of life experience. ... more

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