Zombie breaths

I was driving back from Uvas Canyon County Park this evening and found myself behind an SUV that had a bumper sticker indicating that it was an anti-zombie combat vehicle, plus a “Zombie Outbreak Response Team” biohazard sticker.

And then I noticed the lyrics to the Sweet Honey in the Rock song that was playing on my car stereo:

Those who have died have never never left;

The dead are not under the earth.

They are in the rustling trees; they are in the groaning woods;

They are in the crying grass; they are in the moaning rocks;

The dead are not under the earth.

It had never occurred to me before to think of “Breaths” as a scary zombie song.

Fortunately, the amusing coincidence was not compounded by an actual zombie attack. Perhaps the anti-zombie people kept me safe.

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