"The Climbing Rose" as written by Jonathan Daniel Donahue, Sean Thomas Mackowiak and Jeffrey Scott Mercel....
Lover lift me up, high enough
To see the star of gold in the heart
Of the Climbing Rose

An' how she knows, what to hold
An' what to leave, behind, but close
An' how come I don't
How come I don't

Lover let me see, where she finds
The strength to rise
Above the weeds and other plants
An' how come I can't
How come I can't

Lover let me go, let me see
Just how it feels, to bloom, all by yourself
Oh I know I can
Oh you know I can

Lover lift me up, high enough
To see the star of gold in the heart
Of the Climbing Rose


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"The Climbing Rose" as written by Jonathan Daniel Donahue Jeffrey Scott Mercel

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