"You Remain Unchanged" as written by and Margaret Becker....
Driving across Dakota
I saw an old freight train
That train has crossed this state
Through the wind the snow and rain
Now the wheels were rusted golden
And it wasn't on a track
Somebody somewhere swore that train would be coming back

[Chorus]
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged

Went back to my old house
And I parked across the street
I could almost see us there
My mother and me
And I could feel her gentle guidance
I could feel her hold me tight
Seems like too many years since she kissed me goodnight

[Chorus]
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged
You remain
Unchanged, unchanged

Walking with my father
Down the avenue
For every step he took
I must've taken two
Now his steps have grown much slower
But time keeps rushing on
We know this life's so fragile
But we're both counting on, that

[Chorus]

Amen.


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