Deadboy & The Elephantmen - Song With No Name Lyrics




floating on a casket down the Mississippi
throwing shadows cross the moountains of the moon
there I heard the daughters of december
singing a wicked tune into the graveyard
mouths of children blue in the arms of mother violence
into the graveyard mouths
swinging from a star
down the passage we never take
past that door we never open
lost in the locust storm
singing a wicked tune
into the graveyard mouths of children blue in the arms of mother violence
into the graveyard mouths
swinging from that star
that star





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Deadboy & The Elephantmen Song With No Name Comments
  1. Hadephobe

    Into the graveyard mouths- that chorus melody is so fucking pretty.

  2. James Fowler

    This man does not get the credit he deserves. I love you Dax. Please never stop. You've got me through some rough times

  3. Tom Videira

    Absolute crusher. 👌👌

  4. chemosis

    who can make music this dark and glorious while avoiding death metal. no one but dax. dax paints such dark but simetenously colorful beautifu pictures with his songs. just like he did in acid bath. usually dark songs are not nearly as fantastic as this

  5. Vinny Morreale

    Yes this is real music

  6. GetMeSomeRocks

    Why is Gods name does this not have 300,000,000 views...O yea he is our lill secret!

  7. The Workshop

    I wonder if anyone else picked up on this but do you think this is about Acid Bath?
    - "down the passage we never take" and "past that door we never open" seem like a reference to unfinished work/things - and "lost within the locust storm" again the lost theme, but with the 'locust' line could also be a reference to 'locusts are coming'. 'Venus blue' is also a track, but the word blue comes up several times in the acid bath stuff. It just seems very acid bathy lol

    Dylan Clark

    The Workshop I'm glad I'm not the only one who felt that way. I think this is about what happened. Such a sad story. Maybe we will never know.?

    Joshua Yettou

    The Workshop Great point. I agree.

    SGT. Paul Jackson

    Nope! Dax is fine what he's doing, No looking back.

    Jay Hosh

    Precisely. It's gotta be why it sounds like it does, along with the lyrics. It's why it's the only song, without a name.

  8. Jason Thacker

    The first two lines, though.

  9. Cara Fowler

    I have a really old demo version of this song somewhere.

    Steve Guckemus

    I have the whole ITIHTIL demo on my old zune, and honesty I prefer it to the official release for just about every song.  Its definitely a case of less is more.

    You can find most of them on here if you include the word demo in your searches.

    Jerry Amick

    I have that copy autographed by the band.I was a member of their street team back when they started.and yes I too prefer the original 👍

  10. AbyssmalAngel

    This song is so melodic.... and fuckin' heavy. Beautiful.

  11. Troy Nichols

    Acid Bath 1 of my favs.Audie gave me the shirt off his back for my 21st b-day they ran out of t-shirts to sell.feb 23 1996 salt lake city Utah.They opened 4 D.R I.You are missed R.I.P..

  12. adjacentroom

    Beautiful.

  13. rparas34

    I wish dax would play this again. Its soo epic and dark.

  14. vraimentmaladroite

    Awesome! Belly dancing and Dax...sounds hot.

  15. Raven Spatz

    love you dax!

  16. Dee Taylor

    Lyrics paint such an amazing visual.

  17. AgoraphobicGrind

    absolutely love this song

  18. Radaj

    I've gotten into gothic belly dancing recently, and this is my FAVORITE song to practice with. And my favorite Deadboy song in general. Fucking gorgeous.

  19. Jeff Noog

    wow! so talented.

  20. Gh0sT1nDaMacH1n3

    Damn good song. Saw them perform live in Lafeyette. Dax Riggs is my idol. Keep it comin bruv

    JonnyBee

    Bruv..you English? I'm asking because bruv is an English phrase, specifically London oriented. And yet you have seen Dax perform, so I am curious.

    JonnyBee

    Bruv..you English? I'm asking because bruv is an English phrase, specifically London oriented. And yet you have seen Dax perform, so I am curious.

    JonnyBee

    Bruv..you English? I'm asking because bruv is an English phrase, specifically London oriented. And yet you have seen Dax perform, so I am curious.

    Oiscream

    @JonnyBee you don't own bruv. England or not we can appreciate this masterpiece. Take care bruv. ❤️