Mumford & Sons - Ghosts That We Knew (Official Studio Version)
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I do not own the rights to this song. After you listen please go buy their album off iTunes.
*This isn't the album version but their first live studio recording of the song months before the album was released. In my opinion it's a better version than the one on Babel. Enjoy!
- Love this song.
- This contradiction was written on perpose.
- You are both wrong. The song is written in the key of G major. As it progresses, it come to the bridge where it does, in fact change to a contrasting key. Seems one half step off. but a contradiction in key none the less.
- "Addicting" is not a word.
- The fingering on those strings are sublime. no contest...
- ohhhh my goood love his song so much!!!! it makes me cry every time I'm listening to it!!!
- your are still a dick head..llol
- I do like this version. Thanks.
- wunderschön! ich versteh nicht viel....aber es macht dennoch ein gutes gefühl.
- I hate you mumford and sons!!! You make addicting music that makes my heart hurt! <3<3<3<3<3
- <3 Love Them and This Song :D
- brittana feels
- But the ghosts that we knew will flicker from you and we'll live a long life .. :')
- I love this song. It's not off key. The person who said that is obviously tone deaf. Mumford and sons is an amazing band.
- What is it about this song that simply calms me down.......AWESOME!
- terribly off-key?!? If I slap you hard enough, the wax might fall out your ears and you might be able to appreciate some genuine music. Pleb.
- It isn't off-key at all! Someone needs their ears syringed.
- Esses caras são fodásticos!
- Their lyrics, music! All of them gets me! ♥
- I do not agree with the guy who posted this song.... it's terribly off-key
- i think the ones that get me the most is i will wait, broken crown and timshel
- Great depression music.
- No, that is his opinion. My opinion is that Mumford and sons are a good band, and they have a certain flavor that makes them great to me. To be entirely fair, though, I love Roll away your stones more than any song on Babel.