Embers of Remembered Dismemberment

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lyrics

“Embers of Remembered Dismemberment”
Pulp Culture, Alex Brown

[VS 1:]
1985, shift to drive.
Suicidal business man intakes
15 Vicodin, dope sets in.
Crashing flames surround my skin.

[CHORUS]
Hold the line please;
Disconnect me.
Straying from dreamed
Latitudes.
Blame it on you,
But tell you the truth.
All life’s misconstrued
By the space we conceive,
Holding onto these trite memories
Incites paramnesia.
Behind the lines of spectral divides
Are folded, divergent
Aberrations.
You’ve seen it too…

[VS 2:]
I’m made not to keep track of sleep
In between the hours that hold my pain.
In this prison camp we’re enslaved.
‘Turning soil to dig my grave.

[CHORUS]

[OUTRO]
All the children sing, “Show us love.”
Still grows older and fades away
Echoes ringing in worlds above;
Harsh reactions, deeper graves.
Ooh…
Sounds all change in different spots.
Makes cold bullets and turns ‘em hot.
Skulls of presidents that I shot.
Think it’s about time I stopped.

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from What Do You Want?, released January 30, 2014

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Pulp Culture is multifarious, four-piece, progressive rock band from southeast Michigan. The band consistently delivers an energetic live performance and incorporates a wide array of influences into ideas and art, transcending the creative process and connecting people. ... more

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