I don't believe that you should believe in heaven anymore
The way that you're going I'm afraid that you're floating away
And if it's forever then you've got forever to get there, ooh
Don't hurry for heaven while I'm taking care of you here.

Baby, you've got a body worth than its life of admiring
I'm talking studies and statues, I've not found a match for you yet
But if you keep on living like you've been living, darling, who's to say
Don't hurry for heaven, don't hurry away.

Tell it on the mountain (Tell it on the mountain)
Tell it cross the sea (Tell it cross the sea)
Ooo-ooh
Tell 'em all you're coming home to me

Well, I've heard that the curves of a guitar are like the curves of a woman
And you can tell the true player by his want to get better, they say
So if you love me even half as much as you love your old Martin,
You should be practicing on me just about every (day)

Ooh!

Tell it on the mountain (Tell it on the mountain)
Tell it cross the sea (Tell it cross the sea)
Tell 'm all you're coming home to me

To me
Go on
Tell 'm all you're coming home to me!


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Don't Hurry For Heaven song meanings
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