Music Mondays – ZZ Ward – Til the Casket Drops

MUSICMONDAYS

Rules of Music Mondays: Every Monday share a few songs you’ve been enjoying lately.  It doesn’t have to be a specific genre, new, or one of your favorites – just something you’d like to share with others.  If possible, share a music or lyric video of the song and your thoughts on the song(s), artist(s), and/or music video(s). Meme by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek.

This week I have another group that I recently found. ZZ Ward’s music is a little different than I usually go with but I still love it, especially this song. I’ve actually added several songs by her to my writing playlist as they really jive with the story I’m working on right now. Give my favorite song by ZZ Ward a listen!

 

ZZ Ward – Til the Casket Drops

It was the coldest night of the year
Snow-covered street lamps and Belvedere
The moon was just a sliver
The light was fading
The war was on its way
And we were waiting
You asked me how long I’d stay by your side
So I answered with only just one reply
Till the casket drops
Till my dying day
Till my heartbeat stops
Till my legs just break
Whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh
Till the casket drops
A house made out of glass will surely shatter
So we built a fortress of red bricks and ladders
The ground it started shaking
The bombs are falling
We could’ve walked away
We had a warning
You asked me how long I’d stay by your side
So I answered with only just one reply
Till the casket drops
Till my dying day
Till my heartbeat stops
Till my legs just break
Whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh
Till the casket drops
So lay your burden down baby
Lead me out the door
We can’t escape this ricochet
I’m ready for this war
So lay your burden down baby
Lead me out the door
We can’t escape this ricochet
I’m ready for this war
Till the casket drops
Till my dying day
Till my heartbeat stops
Till my legs just break
Till the casket drops
Till my dying day
Till my heartbeat stops
Till my legs just break
Whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh, whoa whoa oh
Till the casket drops

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