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Gregory Alan Isakov - The Stable Song Lyrics

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  • Like gospel hymns that you call in the air.
  • Come down, come down, sweet reverent
  • Until my simple heart sound ring.
  • And ring.
  • Ring like silver, ring like gold.
  • Ring out those ghosts on the Ohio.
  • Ring like clear day wedding balls,
  • In the belly of the best or the sword that fell.
  • I'll never tell.
  • They come to me, clear and cold.
  • Some say
  • The Wives of Earl, spinning weaves
  • At that machine.
  • I've gone crazy, couldn't you tell.
  • I threw stones at the stars but the whole sky fell.
  • Now I'm covered up in straw belly, up on the table.
  • And I drank and sang and passed unstable.
  • Mm-hmm...
  • That tall grass grows high and brown.
  • Well I drank you straight in the muddy ground.
  • And you sent me back to where I roam.
  • Well I cursed and I cried but now I know.
  • Oh, now I know...
  • And I ran back to that hollow again,
  • The moon was just a sliver back then,
  • And I ached for my heart like some tin man.
  • When it came, oh, it beat, and it boiled, and it rang.
  • Oh it's ringing.
  • Ring like crazy, ring like hell.
  • Turn me back into that wild-haired Gil.
  • Ring like silver, ring like gold.
  • Turn these diamonds straight back into gold.
  • Turn these diamonds straight back into gold.

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