"Mountain" as written by and John T. Williams....
You should get out more come down off your mountain
You should get out and see the world
Pack up your suitcase and leave as soon as you can
From here to the city is one long highway
And the cars are backed up for miles

Leave your ego at home it can’t buy you nothing
At least where love bids you to feed
Catch yourself a meal at the birthplace of soul
Though it may take a while to receive
The jellyroll baker he’s such a troublemaker
He may ask you to pay in advance

So spare us the sermon
Rollup your sleeves
Let your life speak through your deeds

You should get out more come down off your mountain
You should get out and see the world
Pack up your suitcase and leave as soon as you can
Love is a fortune it cannot be saved
Love must be given away

So spare us the sermon
Rollup your sleeves
Let your life speak through your deeds (repeat)


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