Come out from the world
and into my arms
like wind on the water with me
come out from the city
come out from the town
build stone by stone a wild mountain home

When the red moon wains
we'll be moving on the plains
through the tall grass out to the sea
and we'll cross that water
my wild mountain lover
like wolves running silent and free

(chorus)
So if your love won't grow
and the rivers won't flow
just join that holy desert tribe
is where we saddle up to ride
you know that wild mountain nation
on the rise of going home

Come out from the world
and into my arms
like wind on the water with me
with wings like the angels
and hearts like the sun
building stone by stone
a wild mountain home

(repeat chorus 2x)



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    General CommentI LOVE this song! It feels like a call to freedom. It's inspiring! Not to mention, it's a just a great song and fun to listen to!
    sollunaon December 28, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNot surprised no one knows this song, but it's a shame that no one does. This song is incredible.
    Strandedon October 07, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgreat, great song...

    although i think it's
    "just join that holy desert tribe
    'cause we'll be saddled up to ride
    you know that wild mountain nation's
    rising up and going home"
    hellomagdaon September 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti might be wrong, but i always thought it said 'like wind on the water we move'
    BDRon February 01, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a great song. I agree that it is a call to freedom type of song
    Rambl3Onon May 22, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt is definitely a call to freedom type of song.
    This song totally rocks. Blitzen Trapper is BEAST.
    They are very modern- yet remind me of a retro Skynyrd!
    They fit into my life like a comfy pair of socks.
    baraboomon September 07, 2009   Link

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