"Meet Me on the Mountain" as written by and Richrath Gary Dean....
I remember it well, that day last spring
When the snow lay deep on the mountain trails
It was winter's last showin' and our last fling
Before returning to our lives in the valley

We pretended we were lost in the wilderness
And I pretended to be your guide
Our love was a play and you were the actress
We were two lonely people living out a dream

Oh, baby meet me on the mountain
When the winter is dying
And the snow lay deep on the mountain trails
Maybe it's the spring putting thoughts in our heads
But baby, meet me on the mountain
When the winter lays her head to rest

As the morning came, the feelings faded
They melted away with the dew
And if it hurt, I never felt it
'Cause I knew that you'd be leavin' me soon

Come on, baby meet me on the mountain
When the winter is dying
And the snow lay deep on the mountain trails
Maybe it's the spring putting thoughts in our heads
But baby, meet me on the mountain
When the winter lays her head to rest


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"Meet Me on the Mountain" as written by Gary Dean Richrath

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