Holy Spawn

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As the sun went down
On this fly-paper town
That sweet girl went into labour
In the old haunted mill
Up on Calvary Hill
Meg Callahan gave birth to a saviour

Meg bit down and snarled
As she pushed out that child
It hit the ground and said “Howdy Momma!
I've been sent from above
By some strange and savage god,
I am The Way, I am The Messiah.”

It's among us! Some kind of child is born!
Just a torso! Holy Cow!
Where'd it come from?! Holy Spawn!
Mad Meg ain't tellin', she just makes that toothless sound...

Meg floated into town
Wearing Momma's wedding gown
On her shoulder sat that strange abomination
It said “Squeal piggies, squeal,
Just like beasts in the fields,
You'd better sniff around
And find some redemption.”

It's among us! Some kind of child is born!
Just a torso! Holy Cow!
Where'd it come from?! Holy Spawn!
Mad Meg ain't tellin', she just makes that toothless sound...

Hear them prairie dogs howl
On the outskirts of town
The lunatics' got the run of the asylum
Old Blind Jack yells
From his solitary cell
“Sinner, you'd better get some religion!”

It's among us! Some kind of child is born!
Just a torso! Holy Cow!
Where'd it come from?! Holy Spawn!
Mad Meg ain't tellin', she just makes that toothless sound...

credits

from Dime Museum, released April 29, 2014
Song by Jon Golds

Performed by:

Zama – Guitar
Andrés Cruz – Violin
Sara Wafflepie – Piano
Jon Golds – Vocals, upright bass, harmonica
Xavi Molinero– Drums, percussion, vocals
Fran Elguero – Vocals

Guitar concept by Nick Marsh/ Zama
Piano concept by Justine Armatage/ Sara Castillo
Drum concept by Ed Grimshaw/ Xavi Molinero

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