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You gotta get high on the mountain
And see what's going on
You gotta get high and see what's going on
Well, if you don't see what you want
You gotta climb a little more

You gotta get down on your knees
And get right with the Lord
You gotta get down and get right with the Lord
Well, if you wanna walk them streets of gold
Stop a-knocking on the devil's door

Well, now you may not be a preacher man
Never played in a southern band
You can take a trip to the promised land
As long as you understand

You gotta roll with the changes
And see what life will bring
You gotta roll and see what life will bring
Just spread your wings like an eagle
And fly high, wild and free
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Well, now you may not be a preacher man
Never played in a southern band
You can take a trip to the promised land
As long as you understand

You gotta get high on a mountain
And see what's going on
You gotta get high and see what's going on
If you don't see what you want
You gotta climb a little more

Well, if you don't see what you want
You gotta climb a little more



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