"Voice From the Mountain" as written by and Nick Doyle Taylor Warren Ham....
Voice from the mountain
And a voice from the sea
Voice in my neighborhood
And a voice calling me.
Tell me my friend my friend
Tell me with love
Where can it end it end, this
Voice from above.

The sound on the ocean wave
And the sound in the tree
Sound in a country lane
Say you can be free.
Tell me you crowd you crowd
Tell me again
Tell me out loud out loud
This sound is rain.

Tune from the hillside
And tune full of light
A flute in the morning
And a chime in the night.
I know the game again
I know the score
I know my name my name
But this tune is more.

Voice from the mountain
And voice from the sea
Voice from in my neighborhood
And a voice calling me.
Tell me my friend my friend
Tell me with love
Where can it end it end, this
Voice from above.


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"Voice From the Mountain" as written by Warren Ham Nick Doyle Taylor

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    General Commenti love this song. it's so solid and steady. nick sings with such conviction.
    indie evanon August 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentNick is a legend, and so many people haven't even heard his greatest material. It's a shame.
    ThomYorkeGuyGarvey92on August 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentHis voice here, as in Black Eyed Dog, has that plaintive, querulous, almost childlike quality that gives me chillbumps.
    aventurineon January 09, 2012   Link

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