Michael Wayne Avery

Michael Wayne Avery

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Rock - Classic | Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,095   
Member Since: 2014
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Plays:

20

Song Description

The song is written in odd time

Story Behind the Song

What if your female vegetarian girlfriend who hated meat became a zombie? She wouldn't want to eat your brains, now would she?

Broadjam Member Reviews

good production. good choice of sounds. not very fond of this song to be honest (the voice effects, lyrics and mood). could fit in creepy movies

    - RICARDO ALONSO
Lyrics

Zombie Love
By Michael Wayne Avery

First she coughed and then she sneezed
Tried to hide her nose bleed
Such a vegetarian
Now a sub-Humanitarian
She wants to bite but she won't
Poetry is in her moan
There's a virus in her brain
But the feelings still remain

Zombie Love
Zombie Love
Zombie Love

She would give her life for you
If the Good Lord gave her two
The sacrifice of love undead
Making gold out of lead
Look in to her blank stare
There is love lingering there
Underneath her rotting skin
A loving heart is within

Zombie Love
Zombie Love
Zombie Love
Oh Yeah!

She would give her life for you
If the Good Lord gave her two
The sacrifice of love undead
Making gold out of lead

Zombie Love
Zombie Love
Zombie Love

Song Length
3:40
Genres
Rock - Progressive Rock, Rock - Gothic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Frenzied, Ecstatic

Subject Matter
Happiness, Comedy, Funny

Similar Artists
Rob Zombie, Nine Inch Nails
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Music Credits Michael Wayne Avery
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Performance Credits Michael Wayne Avery
Label Credits Dust & Static