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What does a dead musician do?

He decomposes

What does Beethoven do in his grave?

He decomposes

What do hospitals and refrigerators have in common?

If you pull the plug, the vegetables start to decompose.

What do you call someone who writes Death Metal music?

A Decomposer

What’s Mozart’s current occupation?


What did Beethoven do after he died?

He decomposed.

Musicians never die

They just decompose.

What does Mozart do in his grave?


There are no skeletons in my closet.

The bodies haven't decomposed yet.

Why is Mozart's dead body covered in maggots?

Maggots are "decomposers."

"Dad," said my son during the music performance, "who's that dead Jamaican man waving his stick around?"

I said, "Son, he's decomposer."

Composers are such hypocrites

They compose when they are alive and decompose when they are dead!

Beethoven and Bach were once composers.

Now they are decomposers.

What happened to Beethoven's body after he died?

It decomposed

Two women archaeologists are down in Mexico excavating an ancient Mayan burial ground looking for some remains to take back to their museum.

Unfortunately, everything they run across is badly decomposed. One of the two says, "We don't seem to be having much luck."
The other replies, "Keep on digging, honey, a good Mayan is hard to find!"

If Mozart turned into a zombie...

He'd be a famous decomposer.

In 1828 Franz Schubert was buried next to Beethoven...

They wanted to decompose together.

Dead men and music

What’s the difference between a dead body and someone that makes music?

One composed as the other decomposes

In his prime Mozart was one of the best composers.

But after his death he became a decomposer.

What did they call Mozart after he died?

A decomposer


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