"Dem Bones", also "Dry Bones", was performed by the Four Lads and acted on the show by Alexis Kanner.
In the 50s and 60s the Four Lads were a vocal group from Canada and quite successful gospels and traditionals interpretations. Their "Dem Bones" rendering was published on LP in 1962.
This title is heard incidentally without a specific source in the last episode "Fall Out", when the young rebellious character Number 48, played by Alexis Kanner, is brought into the chamber via one of a number of tubes which sink into the ground.
He is a young man dressed formally yet with his shirt open, a bell around his neck and a flower in his hair. He is lectured by The Judge about the follies of youth and how rebellions are pointless. In reply, Number 48 simply laughs, but seemingly out of genuine amusement rather than hostility. He starts to sing the spiritual song "Dem Bones". The Judge tries to silence him, but fails to do so, and the masked delegates, reacting to the indiscipline and confusion, fall into confusion and disarray themselves.