"The Mountain [Version]" as written by and Trevor Jennings Hall....
With no more thieves I believe in the goodness of heart
It's return, let it burn, let 'em know who we are
An ancient tribe of discover a redeemer of men
Sound us all, evil gone, there's no need to defend, yeah

Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain

Disappear in the clear of the elephants roar
Melodies from the sea they come forward and blow
In the end all my friends I return them in love, yeah in love
Me and you cook food as we all send a bar

Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain

No more thieves I believe heart
No more thieves I believe in the goodness of heart
In the end, in the end all my friends I return them in love, yeah in love
Return them in love yeah yeah
In the end all my friends I return them in love, yeah in love

[Repeat: x3]
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain
Way up on the mountain

No more thieves
No more thieves
No more thieves I believe in the goodness of heart


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"The Mountain" as written by Trevor Jennings Hall

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