I ain’t living this lie no more Ain’t living this lie no more It's cold in the graveyard We all die alone. Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh. The elephants graveyard ain't the place to be And white turns black, dies of heart attack The elephants graveyard needs the change of scene. "That tune was produced by Andrew Watt, who also took the helm for this song and much of the rest of the record. The song was released on Osbourne's twelfth studio album Ordinary Man in 2020, which was his first album since Scream in 2010. Under the graveyard We’re all rotting bones Everything you are Can’t take it when you go. "Under the Graveyard" is a song by English heavy metal musician Ozzy Osbourne. Under the graveyard We're all rotting bones Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh Everything you are Can't take it when you go Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh I ain't livin' this lie no more Ain't livin' this lie no more Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh It's cold in the graveyard We all die alone Cover my eyes so I can't see clear The seeds for this track and the rest of the Ordinary Man album were sown by the veteran rocker's collaboration with Post Malone, "Take What You Want. The song features Watt on guitar, Guns N' Roses bassist Duff … Under the Graveyard Lyrics Ozzy Osbourne – Under the Graveyard. Its reflective lyrics include: “Under the graveyard, we’re all rotting bones — everything you are, can’t take it when you go, I ain’t living this lie no more. Today I woke up and I hate myself Death doesn't answer when I cry for help No high could save me from the depths of Hell. The Lyrics for Under the Graveyard by Ozzy Osbourne have been translated into 13 languages. Lyrics to Under The Graveyard by Ozzy Osbourne from the album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! We have an official Under The Graveyard tab made by UG professional guitarists. "Under the Graveyard" was Ozzy's first solo release since his Scream album arrived in 2010. Check out the tab » You got the money, but who needs the tension And fear's no cheaper on the old age pension There's just one thing that I forgot to mention What've you got to lose when you know You're guilty 'till proven guilty Written and produced with Andrew Watt, it was released as the vocalist's first single in nine years on 8 November 2019.