"Phantom Punch" as written by and Sondre Lerche Vaular....
Honestly isn't it enough?
Everytime you cross the red line
My tracks go tangling
Anyway where did you become
Such a sneaky perpetrator
Strangely rebellious

You don't want to feel the phantom punch
Isn't it already far too much?

Anyway can you not recall
Feeling every generous trust
As I was petrified
Honestly get it off your chest
Each and every sonnet you sing
Makes me want to scream and stuff

You don't want to feel the phantom punch
Isn't it already far too much?
Isn't there always something
Shaking the ground breaking things
If it's all the same to you
I'd rather just...


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"Phantom Punch" as written by Sondre Lerche Vaular

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    General CommentSuch a good song! To me, this song can either be about the narrator talking about his girlfriend or even a younger sibling who's started going through a rebellious, melodramatic(every sonnet you sing makes me want to scream) stage that's come out of nowhere. The "phantom punch" represents karma.

    The random horse neighing (1:59) amuses the hell out of me.
    strykerchickon January 15, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti love this song! the video is awesome. i can't believe it doesn't have more comments. the meaning is pretty self-explanatory...
    justashootingstaron March 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWohoo, let's spam this song with comments :D
    It's a really cool song, and a nice beat that I love. Sondre for president!
    lonebyon August 28, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is awesome! i love the beat, and the chorus is unpredictable. dance party!!
    moonhatchon October 24, 2009   Link

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