Down here deep in the lake,
I love how the sun shifts, through the wake.
It sure beats the concrete blocks, and the knotted chains,
rusted raw around my legs.

Growing fond of the frigid nights.
The pitch of the black, and the blur in my eyes.
It sure beats the hell out, of the damned zip tie,
that locks my left wrist to my right.

I'm so, okay: the calm, the sway. I'm okay now.

So don't wait up. I'm good. I'm gone.
The water fills me up, the sway, the calm, the still in my heart.
The rain, the sun, the quiet and the hum.
The weight, the weight, the weight.

I'm so, okay: the calm, the sway. I'm okay now.


Lyrics submitted by Heavenlykyo

Weight of the Water song meanings
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