Pennyweight – Song and Lyrics by After the Burial

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Written by: Justin Lowe, Dan Carle, Anthony Notarmaso, Lee Floral, Trent Hafdahl

Duration: 4:55

Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Pennyweight’ by After the Burial. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of After the Burial or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

Where have I been? Blaring pacific winds
Crossing foothills, constructing stories
Ruptured earth guiding me home
Romantic fault lines
A bridge’s quake in my bones
A place we called home
A distance we have learned

Pull me in, and help me out (of this hemisphere)
I want to swim amidst the satellites
Sinking to the bottom I exhale
Close my eyes- Disengage
Here, there is no there

Give me (indication) give me (separation)
With everything seeming pulse-less
Give me (indication) give me (separation)
I’m drifting into oblivion
And there’s no place I’d rather be
I’m drifting into oblivion

Isolated in black, my thoughts spin
My worlds divide

I am lost in space
Burning up in the atmosphere
When I finally come crashing down
Wrap my bones inside miracles
A safe place, I am finally home

Pull me in, and help me out (of this hemisphere)
I want to swim amidst the satellites
Sinking to the bottom I exhale
Close my eyes, disengage
Here, there is no there

Give me (indication) give me (separation)
With everything seeming pulse-less
Give me (indication) give me (separation)
I’m drifting into oblivion
Now I’m slipping away