Below My Feet

Songfacts®:

  • Marcus Mumford namechecks Jesus Christ as he sings: "And I was still but I was under your spell. When I was told by Jesus all was well." However, rather than endorsing the Christian faith, the use of biblical imagery is used by Mumford to give poetic depth to his lyrics about holding on to hope in his relationship with his lover.

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