"I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" as written by and Sidney Clare Lew Brown....
I'd climb the highest mountain
If I knew that when I climbed that mountain
I'd find you
I'd swim the deepest river
If I knew that when I swam that river
I'd find you

Without you dear, my life means nothing to me
No matter where you are
That's where I want to be
I'd pray to get to heaven
`Cause I know that if I got to heaven
I'd find you

Honey child, I'd climb the highest mountain
That is, if I knew, when I got to the top
That I'd find you, sittin' there
I'd even swim the deepest river
If I knew that when I swam that river
You'd be waiting on the other side

You see, without you, honey
My life don't mean nothin' to me
And no matter where you are
Honey child, that's just where I wanna be
I'd pray to get to heaven
`Cause I know that if I got to heaven
I'd find you


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"I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" as written by C. Brown

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