by the landfill I lust
I burn their clothing before I dig into the ground

I am Janus faced, belial with vines
you're going to wish you hadn't run

Claire Audina is calling me
I hear the hearts of tiny beating drums

I feigned umbrage at my bruising fists
you're going to wish you hadn't run

and with these trinkets pale of moon
senescent charms become a bludgeon of wrinkles
when I nurse your tired heart

for every time you hear this strain of lullabies collapsing
walk towards the echo and let it hold your trembling

their gourds are punctured easily
amnesia fumes in little twists of silk

induce this multi strobe with melody
you're going to wish you hadn't run

I sing your epicedium
my father taught me when I was young

you'll wear the tattered fringe of hangnail regalia
you're going to wish you hadn't run

and with these trinkets pale of moon
senescent charms become a bludgeon of wrinkles
when I nurse your tired heart

for every time you hear this strain of lullabies collapsing
walk towards the echo and let it hold your trembling


Lyrics submitted by relaxeder, edited by 3stringovation

Trinkets Pale of Moon song meanings
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    General CommentOk. Now I'm starting to think these are just random songs with no story. But Someday soon (lol like after this officially gets released) I might know the meaning.
    x9x9x9x9x9on March 03, 2012   Link
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    Song MeaningWhile I am not completely sure what this is about, it just struck me (after looking up some of the more obscure words in here) that it mentions old, aging things (usually regal in nature) several times. I know it mentions trinkets in the title, but I feel like there is more to it. I think it may be about the narrator losing someone important to them, or the narrator killing someone. For example, they mention "I burn the clothing before I dig into the ground." So, they are burning the evidence before burying them. Then they mention they sing a song before burying them (their epicedium). Plus, they keep saying "your going to wish you hadn't run" which could be interpreted as saying "this is what you get for being a coward" or just "this is what you get for running away."

    Something like that.
    OctaVariuM8on May 04, 2012   Link

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