My Mountain

Album: Lift a Sail (2014)
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  • I am on my mountain
    I am there with her
    I can see it all so clear
    I am young again up here

    I can't come back from where I've gone, but I'll be close
    I've left myself in every song and every note
    And if you need me, I will never be too far
    I'm always with you, like the child in your heart
    Yeah!

    I have found my mountain
    I can be with her
    When I finally came across,
    I recovered all I lost

    I can't come back from where I've gone, but I'll be close
    I've left myself in every song and every note
    And if you need me, I will never be too far
    I'm always with you, like the child in your heart
    Yeah!

    I can't come back from where I've gone, but I'll be close
    I've left myself in every song and every note
    And if you need me, I will never be too far
    I'm always with you like the child in your heart

    I am on my mountain
    I am there with her
    I have found my mountain
    I can be with her
    Be with her Writer/s: RYAN KEY, RYAN MENDEZ, SEAN MACKIN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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