The Pennies

The Pennies

BandRockSinger/Songwriter

Soulful piano songwriting.

Biography

This is piano rock. Paul's pipes are are as rich as Tom Wait's and as versitile Paul McCartney's. This is band music, the product of three fine musicians finding a shared sonic space.

Lyrics

Dissociative Disorder

Written By: Paul Griffin

You say you're spiritual,
But I don't see you pray.
Maybe you meditate, do you?
Breathing's hard for me.

You wanna hold my hand,
You wanna dig in my pockets.
Try to find what you can,
Find the master plan.

Oh, I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself, for good.
Somehow, somehow...

You say you're spiritual,
You seem to like to kiss.
I'm living on my own,
Just me and that higher bliss.

Oh, I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself, for good.
Somehow, somehow...

You believe in love.
Who's going to stop you there?
You're trying to float above,
I'm trying to be aware.
(That's it, that's my secret.)

Oh, I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself,
I've got to lose myself, for good.
Somehow, somehow...

Discography

Single: Dissociative Disorder
EPs: The Pennies, June 2005

Set List

First Admitted
Dissociative Disorder
What You Gave Me
Sold
The Bob Dylan Song
Stolen & Broken
Hardly There
Miserable
A Cloud in the Sky
Like Shoes
It
Covers: Paul Simon's America, Randy Newman's Political Science, Phish's Olfactory Hues