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    • Yeah I can understand how you get that reference. I really like Mumford and Sons for their lyrics, they command language in a way that isn’t used as much anymore, their phrasing particularly is completely different from other bands around today. If you like interesting lyrics and amazing music, Gungor is another band to chek out.

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  1. This looks like a great poster (?) – and its the second reference I’ve seen to Mumford & Sons in the last few days. Do you think someone might be trying to tell me something? 🙂

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  2. One thing I like about Mumford’s music is that lyrically it works on so many levels. So it could be a phrase that captures perfectly a struggle or an idea that you’ve been dabbling with yourself. 🙂

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