Camille and Kennerly | The Hearse Song (The Worms Crawl In)

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The Hearse Song (The Worms Crawl In)

by Camille and Kennerly

Camille and Kennerly (Harp Twins) create complex, innovative, and dynamic performances of Rock, Metal, and soundtrack music, as well as Nordic-inspired original songs, on Electric Harps and Concert Grand Harps.
Genre: Folk: Children's Folk
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The Hearse Song (The Worms Crawl In) is an old children’s song dating back to before World War I. We first heard this song from our mom singing little bits and pieces that she remembered from her childhood. This piqued our interest and we started talking to relatives and doing research on the full lyrics and song origin. Interestingly, we found that there are no “set” lyrics, but only reoccurring words and themes. When telling our grandma about our newest arrangement, we were surprised to learn that she, too, learned a version of The Hearse Song when she was a child, which would have been over 80 years ago! In a way, this song is like “the telephone game” as over time children have changed and altered the lyrics so no version is the same. In fact, most people seem to have only learned one verse. We had so much fun picking our favorite lyrics… and even adding our own lyrics! We composed our own original musical intro, outro, and interlude and arrangement of the main melody to create a full and complex song for our harps and voices.

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