Jason Isbell - 24 frames song lyrics

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This is how you make yourself vanish into nothing
And this is how you make yourself worthy of the love that she
Gave to you back when you didn?t own a beautiful thing

This is how you make yourself call your mother
And this is how you make yourself closer to your brother
And remember him back when he was small enough to help you sing

You thought God was an architect, now you know
He?s something like a pipe bomb ready to blow
And everything you built that?s all for show goes up in flames
In 24 frames

This is how you see yourself floating on the ceiling
And this is how you help her when her heart stops beating
What happened to the part of you that noticed every changing wind

This is how you talk to her when no one else is listening
And this is how you help her when the muse goes missing
You vanish so she can go drowning in a dream again

You thought God was an architect, now you know
He?s something like a pipe bomb ready to blow
And everything you built that?s all for show goes up in flames
In 24 frames

You thought God was an architect, now you know
He?s sitting in a black car ready to go
You made some new friends after the show
But you?ll forget their names
In 24 frames
In 24 frames
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24 frames lyrics

Something more than free album songs

1. If it takes a lifetime
2. 24 frames
3. Flagship
4. How to forget
5. Children of children
6. The life you chose
7. Something more than free
8. Speed trap town
9. Hudson commodore
10. Palmetto rose
11. To a band that i loved
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check here the lyrics for 24 frames, the 2th song of the 11 recorded for the album Something more than free, with a total running time of , by Jason Isbell. It was released on July 15, 2015 via Southeastern Records, and produced by Dave Cobb.