"You Were a Mountain" as written by and Trey Edwin/barnes Bruce....
Lost like the best of us can get
Wings with no direction
Tossed over waves of emptiness
Looking glass with no reflection
But at the end of my rope
You came and gave me hope

When I needed faith
You were an answered prayer
When I needed life
You were a breath of air
When my soul was a desert
You were a fountain
And when I needed a rock
You were a mountain

Why at the bottom in the dark
Would someone reach out and touch me
Light drove the shadows from my heart
What a way to say you love me
This time I won't lose my way
Holdin' your hand everyday

When I needed faith
You were an answered prayer
When I needed life
You were a breath of air
When my soul was a desert
You were a fountain
And when I needed a rock
You were a mountain

When my soul was a desert
You were a fountain
And when I needed a rock
You were a mountain
You were a mountain
You were a mountain


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"You Were a Mountain" as written by Max Troy Barnes Max Barnes

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