Asked by: Doreen Esteberenaasked in category: General Last Updated: 5th February, 2020
What does the weight mean?
Likewise, people ask, what does the song the weight mean?
The original members of The Band performed "The Weight" as an American Southern folk song with country music (vocals, guitars and drums) and gospel music (piano and organ) elements. The lyrics, written in the first-person, are about a traveler's experiences arriving, visiting, and departing a town called Nazareth.
One may also ask, is it Annie or fanny the weight? The Weight is actually saying "Take a load off Fanny", not Annie. From songfacts.com: The characters in the song - Crazy Chester, Luke, Anna Lee, are based on friends of the band.
Also question is, what is weight in simple words?
The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: weight. The weight of an object (or the weight of an amount of matter) is the measure of the intensity of the force imposed on this object by the local gravitational field. Objects which have the same mass have the same weight.
What does weight mean for kids?
Weight is the measure of the force of gravity on an object. The mass of an object will never change, but the weight of an item can change based on its location. For example, you may weigh 100 pounds on Earth, but in outer space you would be weightless.