From the recording Betting on a Gambling Man

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Smooth Country Groove with a dark story.

Lyrics

I Buried Your Bones
Words and Music by Dwane Dixon
Copyright 2019 all rights reserved

I dug a hole in the cold, pale moon light
Half a mile down a dirt and gravel road
The rain was falling like a house on fire
As long as it don’t stop then no one’s gonna know

I’ve around in this one-horse town, but I think it’s time to go

‘Cause I buried your bones, buried your bones, out by the railroad track
I buried your bones, where no one needs to know
‘Cause you’re never coming back

Folks will ask about you when I go town
I’ll tell them that you wanted it that way
But if they only knew what had become of you
Never would I see the light of day

‘Cause I buried your bones, buried your bones, out by the railroad track
I buried your bones, where on one needs to know
‘Cause you’re never coming back

The nights are getting longer but I can’t sleep at all
I’m too tired of caring this pain
So, I’ll lay my body on the cold steel tracks
Close my eyes and wait for that train

I’ve around in this one-horse town, now I know it’s time to go

‘Cause I buried your bones, buried your bones, out by the railroad track
I buried your bones, where no one needs to know
‘Cause you’re never coming back