"Timberline" as written by Emmylou Harris and Paul Kennerley....
Oh the stars they did shine
The night you swore that you'd be mine
And you promised always to be true and to be kind
On that Shenandoah Hill
Where our love bloomed until
I went away and left those promises behind

But when I rise from the timberline
And call your name, will you remember mine?
And the sweetest kiss will be the tie that binds
Like the wild, wild rose and the columbine

To that place I will go
Where the wildwood flowers grow
With a ribbon in my hair and a grown of calico
To those Shenandoah Hills
I'll go back I swear I will
To the sweetest kiss my lips will ever know

And when I rise from the timberline
And call your name, will you remember mine?
And the sweetest kiss will be the tie that binds
Like the wild, wild rose and the columbine

And when I rise (when I rise) from the timberline (timberline)
And call your name (call your name), will you remember mine? (remember mine?)
And the sweetest kiss (sweetest kiss) will be the tie that binds (tie that binds)
Like the wild, wild rose (like the rose) and the columbine (columbine)

And when I rise (when I rise) from the timberline (timberline)
And call your name, will you remember mine? (remember mine)
And the sweetest kiss will be the tie that binds (tie that binds)
Like the wild, wild rose (wild, wild rose) and the columbine


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"Timberline" as written by Paul Kennerley Emmylou Harris

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