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Artwork for the Go Tell Aunt Rhody song, part of the official Resident Evil VII: Biohazard soundtrack.

Go Tell Aunt Rhody is an American folk song dated as early as the mid-19th century. A folk song written for young children about the death of one of the titular Aunt Rhody's geese, the tune is derived from the works of 18th century composer Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The "TAPE-1" trailer for Resident Evil 7: Biohazard used a variation of this folk song, keeping the chorus melody and the line "Go Tell Aunt Rhody"; the "TAPE-2" trailer also began with whispers of the song.

Modified lyrics

Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
That every-body's dead.

I was raised in a deep and dark hole,
A prisoner with no parole,
They locked me up and took my soul,
Shamed of what they'd made.

I call to him and he will come,
She'll answer him like he's the one,
His arm's outstretched, but when she's done,
He'll be torn apart.

Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
(piano replicates the words "that every-body's")

Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
Go Tell Aunt Rhody,
That every-body's,
Every-body's,
Every-body's,
Dead.

(Go Tell Aunt Rhody)
(Go Tell Aunt Rhody)
(Go Tell Aunt Rhody)

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