Broken Crown


  • Marcus Mumford drops three F-bombs as he wrestles on this song with regret, defiance and grace. It is not the first time he has used curse words - the Sigh No More track "Little Lion Man" contains five F-bombs in its chorus.

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  • Helena from Bucks, United KingdomI actually love this song, and the 'f-bombs' (as they seem to be known) come as a shock, but they still show meaning in it. It seems like quite an angry song, maybe angry at himself. But, I still love it! :3
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