"Tracks in the Rain" as written by and Chris Seefried....
Woke up one morning to find tracks in the rain
I went to follow them to find from where they came
Over a hill and then underneath a bridge
Down by a riverbank I stood along a ridge

The voice in the meadow, accompanied by rain
Such a sound to behold, singing this refrain

There's a river to cross, a mountain to climb
A bridge for you to build over the tide
When the water is deep, the valley is low
Wash away your troubles and watch that river flow

I followed that sound in the things that we said
Got me out of a cabin where a gun was next to bed
I'd been laid low for the things I had done
Then these words appeared to me on the tip of my tongue

I can't stop singing them over and over again
Don't remember not knowing then, when it all began
It's like some ancient someone came over a hill
So you might think you know something but you don't know nothing 'til

There's a river to cross, a mountain to climb
A bridge for you to build over the tide
When the water is deep, the valley is low
Wash away your troubles and watch that river flow

So I'm carrying this melody with me everywhere
When my burden gets heavy amidst most all my cares
Through this life we're living, you got to take it day by day
You never know what's coming or going along the way

There's a song for every person, a cure for every pain
Just keep singing, you'll find tracks in the rain

There's a river to cross, a mountain to climb
A bridge for you to build over the tide
When the water is deep and the valley is low
Wash away your troubles, let that river flow


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"Tracks in the Rain" as written by Chris Seefried

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