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© 2002 Jeff Bohnhoff

Traveling in a fried out Humvee.
In Sunnydale met a bunch of zombies.
There was a strange lady; she made me nervous.
She slew them all then gave me breakfast.
And she said -

"Do you come from six feet under?
Where demons glow and imps plunder? I've got a stake so you'd best not blunder.
You better run, you better take cover."

Buying spells from a girl named Anya.
A vengeance demon gone California.
I said, "Do you have-a some magic?"
She just smiled and gave me a garlic sandwich.
And she said -

"I come from six feet under.
Where sulfur flows and demons blunder.
Can't you hear, hear the hell mouth thunder?
You better run, you better take cover."

In a crypt with a lovesick vampire.
Peroxide hair and a sad desire.
I said to the man "Do you want the Slayer?
Because you know you haven't got a prayer."
And he said -

"I come from six feet under (oh yeah yeah)
Where sulfur flows and demons blunder
Can't you hear, hear the hell mouth thunder?
You better run, you better take cover."

credits

from Aliens Ate My Homework, released March 15, 2004
Maya Bohnhoff - Vocals
Jeff Bohnhoff - Guitars, Bass, Drum Programming, Keyboards
Alex Bohnhoff - Vocals

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Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff San Jose, California

Jeff and Maya have an identity crisis. Their music is sometimes uproariously funny parody (like their spot-on "Bohemian Rhapsody" parody "Midichlorian Rhapsody", or hauntingly beautiful, like "Road to Jerusalem" or "Manhattan Sleeps". One way or another, their music will create strong emotions. Jeff and Maya have been creating music together since 1979, and plan to continue for some time to come. ... more

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