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Dave Matthews Band — Lie In Our Graves
Album: Live At Red Rocks
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6.6

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Released: 1997
Length: 8:15
Plays (last 30 days): 0
When I step into the light
My arms are open wide
When I step into the light
My eyes searching wildly
Would you not like to be
Sitting on top of the world with
your legs hanging free
Would you not like to be ok, ok, ok?

When I'm walking by the water
Splish splash me and you takin a bath
When I'm walking by the water
Come up through my toes
To my ankles
To my head
To my soul
I'm blown away

When I'm walking by the water
Splish splash me and you takin a bath
When I'm walking by the water
Come up through my toes
To my ankles
To my head
To my soul
I'm blown away

(various talking and laughter)

I can't believe that we would
lie in our graves
Wondering if we had
spent our living days well
I can't believe that we would
lie in our graves
Dreaming of things that we
might have been

I can't believe that we would
lie in our graves
Wondering if we had
spent our living days well
I can't believe that we would
lie in our graves
Dreaming of things that we
might have been

Would you not like to be
I can't believe that you
would not like to be
Would you not like to be
ok, ok, ok
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Originally Posted by rhw: No kidding. What's with Squeaky the sax player?
Try out a little John Zorn if you really want the full squeak effect.
There are very few live performances that move me. Unfortunately, This is not one of them.
Snore...
ouch! I gave this an 8 before I heard the sax solo.
\"I can\'t beleive that we would lie in our graves...\"!!!!! I love it when it kicks back in with Dave\'s voice... LOVE DMB!!!!
Originally Posted by Guy: Cool version of a cool song, but there are some real cringe-worthy moments during the sax solo, intonation wise.
Yeah, I caught myself flinching quite a few times during the solo. Sounds like his reed's cracked (maybe; I remember hearing myself making those noises occasionally when I used to play alto sax, but it's been a while, and my memory of it being the reed's fault may not be entirely accurate ;) It's a shame, because I really like the song otherwise. I'd probably give it a 7 or 8 if it weren't for the squeaks.
This is a great song, but the best one on this CD is the funked up version of Ants Marching
Originally Posted by rhw: No kidding. What's with Squeaky the sax player?
And that's the very reason why I chose stringed instruments to play when we had to pick in the 3rd grade ;)
Originally Posted by Guy: Cool version of a cool song, but there are some real cringe-worthy moments during the sax solo, intonation wise.
No kidding. What's with Squeaky the sax player?
Cool version of a cool song, but there are some real cringe-worthy moments during the sax solo, intonation wise.