"If I Had a Mountain" as written by and Damian Kulash Andy Ross....
If I had a mountain
I'd push every stone to a cliff
If I had a river
The banks would overflow, the banks would overflow
But a book abandoned by the bed might kill me
The stain from where your wine glass was could bring me to my knees
A book abandoned by the bed might kill me
If I, I don't have you

If I had an ocean
The waves would reach past the shore
If I had a desert
The sand would be whiter than snow, the sand would be whiter than snow
But a book abandoned by the bed might kill me
The stain from where your wine glass was could bring me to my knees
A book abandoned by the bed might kill me
If I, I don't have you
If I, I don't have you

'Cause everything that I am is just pieces of you
Every thought that I have, just pieces of you, just pieces of you
Just pieces of you
Just pieces of you

But a book abandoned by the bed might kill me
The stain from where your wine glass was could bring me to my knees
A book abandoned by the bed might kill me
If I, I don't have you


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"If I Had a Mountain" as written by Damian Kulash Andy Ross

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