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9 thoughts on “ The Weight Of Lies - The Avett Brothers - Emotionalism (CD, Album) ”

  1. The Weight of Lies Lyrics. 5. Will You Return? Emotionalism was The Avett Brother’s first album with their now popular cellist Joe Kwon, and their last album before teaming up with producer.
  2. May 15,  · Album · · 14 Songs. Sign In Open in iTunes. Sign In Emotionalism The Avett Brothers Rock • Play Shuffle. SONG TIME Die Die Die. 1. PREVIEW Shame. 2. PREVIEW Paranoia in B Major. 3. PREVIEW The Weight of Lies. 4. PREVIEW Will You Return. 5.
  3. Avett Brothers albums, songs and lyrics. The Weight of Lies Disappear from your home town Go and find the people that you know Show them all of your good parts Leave town when the bad ones start to show Go and wed a woman A pretty girl that you never met Make sure she knows you love her well But don't make any other promises The weight of lies will bring you down And follow you to every town.
  4. Emotionalism Wikipedia article Album by The Avett Brothers. Die Die Die Shame Paranoia in Bb Major The Weight of Lies Will You Return? The Ballad of Love and Hate Salina Pretty Girl from Chile All My Mistakes Living Of Love I Would Be Sad Pretty Girl from San Diego Go To Sleep Hand Me Down Tune In The Curve (iTunes Bonus Track) Tales Of Coming News (iTunes Bonus Track) Personnel .
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Emotionalism - The Avett Brothers on AllMusic - - Americana with attitude is the best way to 8/
  6. "All My Mistakes" is a song by The Avett Brothers that appears on their album Emotionalism. The song features Scott on lead vocals and banjo, Seth on backup vocals and piano, and Bob on upright bass. Shooting off vicious collections of words The losers make facts by the things they have heard And I find myself trying hard to defend them.
  7. May 15,  · Album · · 16 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. The Weight of Lies. 4. More by The Avett Brothers. I and .
  8. "The Weight of Lies" is a song by The Avett Brothers that appears on their album Emotionalism. The song features Scott Avett on lead vocals and guitar, Seth Avett on supporting vocals and guitar, and Bob Crawford on upright bass with either Scott and Seth on drums. Disappear from your home.

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