In the afterlife, James K. Polk has had several in[term]ents. When he died of cholera at his home in Tennessee, he was buried outside of Nashville. His remains were moved a year later to his former home. Then in 1893, after the family home was sold and demolished, Polk (and his wife, Sarah) were disinterred and moved to the grounds of the Tennessee state Capitol.
Now, more than 100 years later, there is a movement to move the Polks again, this time to the Polk childhood home in Columbia Tennessee. You can read more here. This post is really just an opportunity to have this song appear on this blog.