"At the Rainbow's End" as written by and Bob Nolan....
I've traveled this whole world over
And now I'm goin' down
To the rainbow's end
From twilight till dawn
Trudging on and on
On my way to the rainbow's end

I'm weary and tired
But I don't care
I'm goin' down
To the rainbow's end
No friends, no home
Just travelin' alone
I'm on my way to the rainbow's end

They say there are treasures
Of silver and gold
Buried down by the rainbow's end
But the treasure I'll find
Will bring me real peace of mind
When we come to the rainbow's end

Down in the garden
There's a little white gate
Which most dream folks always attend
And just inside
There's a little path
That leads towards the rainbow's end

And down at the end
There's a sign that reads
Love that will never die
Now no one can travel
Up the path
No one but you and I

How I wish the little gate
Will open and that you might walk with me
Down to the end of that rainbow
To the sign on that old oak tree
And how I wish that your arms
Would hold me and that your lips
Might touch mine too
Cause I can't travel
Up that path
With anyone else but you

Say we can only stay for just a minute
And we must never go back there again
But we'd know the sign
On that old oak tree
And we could see the rainbow's end

Then we'd swing
The little gate shot again w
Wile the morning glorys would creep
And all of the sign's
Not old rainbow
We can have our hearts
For to keep

For someone has waited there
All alone
So I know at the rainbow's end
How it feels
To be pressed
To an angel's breast
When I come to the rainbow's end

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