"Over The Hill" as written by and Paulusma....
Take me back to the evening that it all began
There was you and me and some drunkards
In a black london taxi cab

and we said:
"driver, over the hill
There's a place where time stands still;
Quicken your pace there
Put your foot down, driver, get us over the hill,"

though I built up a wall around me
You just blew it down
And mother always told me
That you'd come and dig me out of here

she told me:
"somewhere, over the hill
There's a place where time stands still;
Follow your fate there
But don't rush it, you've got time
To get over the hill..."

climbing higher, got no place to rest
I'm just clijmbing higher
Aiming for the mountain crest
It's up there, the panacea
Come and see for yourself
I've got nothing for you
But kisses and a pocketful of rye
But I see our unborn children
In the apple of your eye

and I say:
"darling, over the hill
There's a place where time stands stilll;
Let's have a race there, come on boy
I'll chase ou up over the hill...
Let's have a race there
I'll chase you up over the hill,"

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