Stuart Adamson

Hardly a Mountain

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She still dreams about their time together
Wide awake in the dark morning hours
It was never gonna be forever
Moments fade like a lover’s past
And she rises to get through the morning
Doesn’t dress until the afternoon
What’s the use of it when no one’s calling
She wouldn’t want to come far too soon
No, there’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
No, there is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again
No, there’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
No, there is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again
He likes to say he is too busy to worry
Then it’s with him out on his own
They can’t help that everything is a hurry
He’s in safer hands when he’s alone
But in the quiet of an endless evening
Too much time to think, too much to fill
He still dreams about their time together
We come and go like we always will
And there’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
No, there is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again
No, there’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
There is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again
No, there’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
No, there is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again
There’s hardly a mountain that I would not climb
A sea I would not swim
No, there is not a river that I would not cross
To be with you again

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Stuart Adamson en Septiembre