The following page is reserved for the lyrics to "Hayao Miyazaki Ain't Dead", a song written by Osmosis. It is the fourth track off of the band's third full-length studio album, Kenshiro Hates Company.


The undead are always on autopilot

To eat a homosapien's brain has always proved caustic

I don't want to play their cretinous game anymore

A megacity usually lets me become farsighted

These corpses are as kleptomaniacal as they are imbecilic

Always feeling more alive at dusk

Play me a lighthearted nocturne

What a fantastic night to have a curse

A bed is wreathed in hoarfrost

I'm uncertain on throwing myself against it

If it can make me escape this period of lamentation,

Then how quaint

And now a seraph tries to sing me to sleep

I now gather up my chi

Extracting nightmares from a syringe

The contorted isle will be absent

Golden body parts are within my physical structure

Consume the key

Consume the key

Let he who is troubled leap over the escalator

All data shan't be scarce

Once a miniature dragon,

I am slowly on my way to turning into an elephantine wolverine

A spoonful of vinegar and sugar are what I require

Say this sooner,

I most amicably did

For whom the bell tolls

Pray upon yours truly as he goes beyond Elysium



I will forever forget that the living dead existed

Track detailsEdit

  • Length: 3:29
  • Genre: Electro-industrial, avant-garde metal, dancehall, nu metal
  • Producer: Daron Malakian
  • Band performance: Osmosis



  • The title of the song is a reference to a film director, animator, screenwriter, producer, and manga artist of the same name.
  • An audio sample of the film Little Nicky can be heard during the track's outroduction.