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Published on Mar 23, 2009
Lyrics & Information
Taken from the superb 'Car Over The Lake' album. This song follows the journey of some early American explorers and describes in fascinating beauty the vast untouched American ranges, forests and mountains. The lyrics are just outstanding. Hope you enjoy it and this one is specially for you Dave!
Just about a hundred years or so ago Ten men rode their way Down the mighty Colorado And as I read about their journey I couldn't help but feel A very similar yearning To Mr Powell
And I wish that I Could have been there with him
The way he talked about the river, I could tell The revelations he must have felt within himself The realization of what man's supposed to do I feel it too
As they would ride over the waves As they would glide over the waves
The river forged its way through canyons That were so high That the clouds would float within them Cascade fountains moss surrounding
On through a gorge Grand beyond description And the river rolls
Like a whirlpool Sets my mind to spinning
Can you imagine Walls that went so high? The sky would be nothing more than a single thin blue line And the rocks would rainbow their way up to the sky
As they'd ride over the waves As they would glide over the waves You'd hear them singing, singing
Ahhh, ahhh, ahhh, ahhh, Ahhh, ahhh, ahhh, ahhh...
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