Mountain Song

Album: Songs To Keep You Warm (2022)
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  • Mountain, Mountain
    It’s good to see your face
    Mighty wonder, high above the plains
    Mountain, Mountain
    Could I take your place?

    River, River
    Take me away
    Wash me clean, keep my sins at bay
    River, River, Take me away

    Piñon perfume blowin’ in the wind
    Time ain’t a thing here
    Luck is my best friend
    Carryin’ with me everything I own
    And who I am
    Pray to God I see your face again
    Pray to God I see your face again

    Stars a burnin
    Up in the sky
    Celestial angels teach me how to fly
    Stars a burnin’
    Won’t you take me on high?

    Pine tree campfire
    End of the night
    Embers burnin’, shedding new light
    Bottle of Blanton’s
    Got me feelin’ right

    Mountain, Mountain
    Keep me company tonight

    Piñon perfume blowin’ in the wind
    Time ain’t a thing here
    Luck is my best friend
    Carryin’ with me everything I own
    And who I am
    Pray to God I see your face again
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