Over those mountains there's a sun that is sleeping
Dreaming of the other side of the world
Leaving us here alone with dark grass and starry sky.

We will make our way down to the water.
Where we can stay, where we can prosper.
Where we can light each other like fireflies.
Where we can live long, where we can be all right.

Oh, Andy when you took my hand
My mountains shook, my rivers ran
And that is when my heart began.

When I close my eyes, I see you in that valley
Running through the fields and sleeping on your back
Mashing up fresh fruit in your teeth, asking:
"Do you still love me?"

When I see that storm come and take our baby
And hide her in the hollers, in the hollers, in the hollers
We will pack our things and we will find her, we will find her, we will find her.

Oh, Andy don't you cry for long.
The sorrow comes, then sorrow's gone.
And we will put our trust in God.


Lyrics submitted by caseyrunn

Man of the Frontier song meanings
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