Jennings & Keller, I Went to the Mountain Lyrics

I Went to the Mountain Lyrics

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Jennings & Keller - I Went to the Mountain Lyrics


Scott Emmons


I went up on the medicine rock

So I could hear the silence talk

Danced beneath the ancient stars

Far from all of my petty wars

I could almost touch the sky

Felt the wind was stalking me

And I turned to face it


From my soul I sang out loud

Far away from the frantic crowd

The earth embraced me through my feet

Like there was a promise to keep

I could hear for miles around

The rising moon seemed to have a voice

And I heard it call


I went to the mountain
I never came down

I buried myself to pass away in the sacred ground


I burned my past away

I felt it all go

I was raised from the ashes of an obsolete and a cluttered ego


Felt the twilight erase the day

Into night and far away

Went up there a-hunting change

Fell upon me like a desert rain

Felt my old life slip away

Brought my past there to sacrifice

Iím already gone


I went to the mountain
I never came down

I buried myself to pass away in the sacred ground


I burned my past away

I felt it all go

I was raised from the ashes of an obsolete and a cluttered ego


Iím dead in the past

I live in the present

I have no need now to look away


I pull myself back from noisy distractions

Now Iím whole in the moment, in the quiet

And I hear the spirit


I went to the mountain
I never came down

I buried myself to pass away in the sacred ground


I burned my past away

I felt it all go

I was raised from the ashes of an obsolete and a cluttered ego


I went to the mountain

I never came down

I rose from the rubble, a child from a dead kingís broken crown





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