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C.W. McCall – Rocky Mountain September lyrics

(Bill Fries, Chip Davis)

From the album Wolf Creek Pass

When the skies are gray, and the wind is cold, I remember. How the snow was silver, and the leaves were gold when I left her. It was early mornin', on a Rocky Mountain September. And she was gone.

Well now it's five A. M. An' I'm a hunnert an' ten miles from Denver
An' the snow is silver an' the leaves are gold an' I miss her
'Cause it's another mornin' on a another mountain September
An' I'm alone

Yeah, we climbed the mountain together, an' we stood on top a' the world. But now I gotta remember it all... Alone.

When the fire is warm, an' the sun is cool, in November. When my heart is young, and my mind is old, I remember. An early mornin', on a Rocky Mountain September. And she's gone.

Well now it's fall again an' I'm a thousand miles from nowhere
An' I can can hear her voice an' I see her smile an' I miss her
An' it's another mornin' on another mountain September
An' I'm alone

Yeah, we climbed the mountain together, an' we stood on top a' the world. But now I gotta try to remember it all... Alone.



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/c/cw_mccall/rocky_mountain_september.html

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