"Where Rainbows Never Die" as written by Christopher Stapleton and Mike Henderson....
I'm an old man now
I can't do nothing
Young folks don't pay me no mind
But in my day I sure was something
Before I felt the heavy hand of time

I'm an old man now
I'm bound for glory
Time to lay these burdens down
Had enough of this old world of worry
Gonna trade my troubles for a crown

[Chorus]
I will make my way across the fields of cotton
And wade through muddy waters one last time
And in my dreams I come out clean
When I reach the other side
Waste away the sunsets
Where rainbows never die

I've got on last thing to do
One more mile before I'm through
Casting off these early chains
Going where theres no more pain

[Chorus]

I'm an old man now
Can't do nothing
Young folks don't pay me no mind


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"Where Rainbows Never Die" as written by Mike Henderson Christopher Stapleton

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    General CommentThis song is simply beautiful... The lyrics, alongside the music, create an awesome image in my mind... The elderly, weary soul heading for salvation, to be in eternal communion with the Lord "I AM," full of love and beauty. This is awesome...
    ConorOon November 04, 2013   Link

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